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Will you even be able to fit the 15" MacBook Pro's battery into the 13" MacBook? Messing with power like this only result in broken things. I highly recommend to get a new battery from Apple if it's still available. Or perhaps from a reliable third party.
I recommend acetone (nail polish remover). It's not as toxic as some of these other recommendations.
The i7-4650u has a max operating temp of close to 100c so you were pushing it close but it should be fine.
My Macbook reached 108/109° and still works great since 2008! Steve Jobs hate fan noise so Macbook heat a lot, is normal, no damage! When it start overheating there's an alarm that freeze temporarily Mac but I've never see it!
Rember is a front-end GUI to the 'memtest' command line memory testing program. http://www.kelleycomputing.net/rember/
Unfortunately, information would not be attainable simply through the serial number. It is unlikely that you obtained the incorrect battery, since AASP's source their parts from Apple to perform warranty-service repairs. I poked around online and noted that you are not the only one who has the bq20z45 part number from SMP, nor the only one to have a Full ...
I finally got the answer, thanks to this PDF document. On pages 68 - 70 it shows fitting the AirPort card I have, and it matches the YouTube tutorial I had linked in the question. On pages 71 - 73 it shows fitting an AirPort Extreme card. In both cases, in the document, there are photographs which allow one to compare the two hardware configurations. ...
To solve this, I figured that it must be something in my ongoing software that I use in the background that I hadn’t taken into account. I ran Activity Monitor, clicked on CPU and the %CPU column and discovered the culprit: MagicJack. I had never noticed before was the INSANE amount of System resources it gobbles up. In terms of %CPU the mjdev and the ...
You may already know this, but there is an apple repair extension for these kind of issues now. They'll fix it for free. https://www.apple.com/uk/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
Yes - troubleshooting this could be easy if you take some time. Get a notepad and write down the times of the problems - day, minute, second. Over time a pattern will emerge. Save the logs - after it crashes - run the command sudo sysdiagnose as this will package each crash and the logs for later analysis. Pay attention to what crashes - is it a kernel ...
From Power Mac G4 MDD AirPort Card Replacement It depends which Power Mac G4 you have. The Power Mac G4 Uses the standard PCMCIA AirPort card found in Macs from 1999-2004. The Firewire 800 Model uses an AirPort Extreme Card found in iBook G4's And 1Ghz+ iMac G4's.
I'm sure it's possible people did it with iPods up to like 360 gb
You may want to take a look at this answer to a very similar problem affecting 2012 13" MBPs. It's highly unlikely it's your SATA controller - if your MacBook can read DVDs or CDs then it's definitely not your controller as it's the same one that the HDD/SSD will be connected to (Intel Series 7 Platform Controller Hub). As for why these cables fail I've yet ...
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