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A white screen has usually been a hard drive issue, but I don't know with the sticks. Try booting into recovery mode by holding down the Option key on start up and selecting the recovery partition and let us know if the problem persists.
 
Also hooking it up to an external monitor will tell us if the is an issue with the GPU.
 
Also try booting from an external USB source.
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just uploaded 4048 images of doing this repair. But your screen does not appear to be broken. It appears to be malfunctioning and we need to diagnose the problem before trying to repair it[image|1158945it

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just uploaded 4048 images of doing this repair. But your screen does not appear to be broken. It appears to be malfunctioning and we need to diagnose the problem before trying to repair it[image|1158945it

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Edit by: mayer ,

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A white screen has usually been a hard drive issue, but I don't know with the sticks. Try booting into recovery mode by holding down the Option key on start up and selecting the recovery partition and let us know if the problem persists.
 
Also hooking it up to an external monitor will tell us if the is an issue with the GPU.
 
Also try booting from an external USB source.
I just uploaded 40 images of doing this repair. But your screen does not appear to be broken. It appears to be malfunctioning and we need to diagnose the problem before trying to repair it[image|1158945]

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open

Original post by: mayer ,

Text:

A white screen has usually been a hard drive issue, but I don't know with the sticks.  Try booting into recovery mode by holding down the Option key on start up and selecting the recovery partition and let us know if the problem persists.

Also hooking it up to an external monitor will tell us if the is an issue with the GPU.

Also try booting from an external USB source.

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open