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Let me know if it boots after letting it repair. Nothing is happening and we need to get this show on the road. Again I'm so happy that things are working for you now, and that we got it all figured out! Thanks a million! 85 Matthias Jul 3, 2009 at 10:50 am Hey all, I have a little improvement which maybe can help some of you guys.

I'm always happy to save someone a few hundred miles of travel ;) It's quite surprising that so many people have this problem. Sven from Germany 34 Christos Feb 4, 2009 at 10:53 am I bought the early 2008 MBP this October and I've been having that problem since November. See and Reply With Quote 09-24-2008,07:02 PM #10 macdreamer08 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Sep 01, 2008 Posts 37 Specs:PowerBook G4 1.33ghz 768ram, iMac G4 1.0ghz 1gb It's even more surprising to see who's finding my blog with the answer! 8 Zach O.

I'm now running my MBP without battery and it works perfectly, well, only if we consider this as a sufficient solution… I'll bring it back to Apple, maybe they meanwhile discovered My apologies for the delayed response - it's been a busy day. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Apple Desktops Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Community Information Center News and Community Announcements Community Polls Sponsored And rather conveniently (at least for Apple to collect money for a repair or a new computer), it doesn’t completely sever the cable.

  1. How can I get everything backed up (programs, actions etc...
  2. Let me know what you find!
  3. It has been a very long 3 days, but I am thrilled that we were finally able to come up with a "fix"!
  4. I have the same problem with my 12″ G4 Powerbook.
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  6. I think not.
  7. So, let's say US$25 for the chance of operating success, and peace of mind?
  8. Thank you for this invaluable information. 49 Ryan Schipper Mar 6, 2009 at 7:15 pm This used to happen for me occassionally after waking from sleep, and for the first time,

Press down on the ribbon cable. Tiger users never had this problem until they updated to Leopard. (as far as I've read) And most of us didn't have that problem with XP , though I've got it Even though I've sold my PowerBook G4, I've known what the situation was after fully repairing and selling my last two 12" PowerBooks last year. Thanks!

Try this: 1. What is Apple doing producing a product this poor. Now lately I'm having a key stuck problem too, where I'll be in the middle of something and any one of my keys with just decide tooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, like that. here If it really is the ribbon connector, wouldn't the keyboard lose functionality if the battery were removed and running just off of the power cord?

Good riddance. 29 Garrett Jan 25, 2009 at 4:15 pm Thanks so much for posting this! But, my computing needs changed and I have used this MBP lightly and have a hard time seeing how this issue could come from ‘normal wear'. If there's not a checkbox named "use two finger to scroll" (my translation) or if the box is greyed out, she's out of luck. Thanks for the help! 44 Peter Garmaz Feb 23, 2009 at 7:48 pm Not sure if my experiences with this kind of problem will help but it's always good to share.

I am told it works with all people who had at first an intermittently unresponsive keyboard or mouse turned permanent.

Now what would help convince people who have already spent +/- $2000 on a laptop to spend another $300-plus on “insurance?” I mean, really, what person in his/her right mind would So what’s significant about a year? Mouse started acting up as soon as os x loaded.

Margo Customer: replied8 years ago. this page No trackpad, no bluetooth. If you have stored files anywhere else on the hard drive (outside of the Users folder), back those up too. Cheers for the heads up on this earlier this year, saved my bacon while I was away on business!

I think the cause of this was an overly stuffed computer bag. 30 Alex Jan 25, 2009 at 6:03 pm Man of the year! I still would like to know how I can pay you a bonus. I pushed that button & it asked if I was sure I wanted to restart, so it is obviously "communicating" with my mac. get redirected here I solved by packing some business cards under the battery which comes in extra handy since I tend to forget to take them with me :) 77 Narbeh May 29, 2009

Cancel The All-New Pro Tech Toolkit The high performance electronics repair kit. No problems at all. Thanks, Margo Expert: Shawn replied8 years ago.

And let’s face it, while each of the issues each of the MANY hardware designs experience has hundreds of victims, percentage-wise, it is usually a rather low number.

Powerbook Medic 11.369 görüntüleme 6:39 Macbook Pro 15" Repair - Trackpad Top Case Removal - Süre: 5:22. I have returned several Iphones too. Let me know how things go, and if you have any more questions! My trackpad started to act funny a month ago and a week ago it totally stopped working.

I searched online and it seems to be a common problem. But, it is asking for my password XXXXX keyboard still will not work, so I am unable to enter it. Do I need to buy new ones or is there a way I can download it on to an external drive and boot it that way? And it can work now! 1.

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