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mmm...
 
The AHT error is one that is not well documented (outside of Apple). I'm thinking the logic board has an issue within the pathway to the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) and/or the PCH its self is having troubles.
 
Basically, over the years the PC & Chip makers have reduced the number of chips it takes to build a computer.
 
* Very similar to how the old calculators had 12 or so chips. And now even the most advanced ones only have just one chip and its not even in a case just bonded directly to the PCB!
 
Intel has done the same thing, taking about five chips and squeezing it down to one which we call the PCH chip.
 
I don't think swapping out the drive or cable will make a difference here. To

To
see if only one SATA port is effected you could pop out the optical drive and plug the drive into its SATA port using a carrier like this: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/|OWC Data Doubler]. If that works it will only be a stopgap until you can either get the logic board fixed or replaced.
I don't think swapping out the drive or cable will make a difference here. To

To
see if only one SATA port is effected you could pop out the optical drive and plug the drive into its SATA port using a carrier like this: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/|OWC Data Doubler]. If that works it will only be a stopgap until you can either get the logic board fixed or replaced.

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编辑: Dan ,

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mmm...
 
The AHT error is one that is not well documented (outside of Apple). I'm thinking the logic board has an issue within the pathway to the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) and/or the PCH its self is having troubles.
 
Basically, over the years the PC & Chip makers have reduced the number of chips it takes to build a computer.
 
* Very similar to how the old calculators had 12 or so chips. And now even the most advanced ones only have just one chip and its not even in a case just bonded directly to the PCB!
 
Intel has done the same thingthing, taking about five chips and squeezing it down to one which we call the PCH chip.
Intel has done the same thingthing, taking about five chips and squeezing it down to one which we call the PCH chip.
 
I don't think swapping out the drive or cable will make a difference here. To see if only one SATA port is effected you could pop out the optical drive and plug the drive into its SATA port using a carrier like this: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/|OWC Data Doubler]. If that works it will only be a stopgap until you can either get the logic board fixed or replaced.

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编辑: Dan ,

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mmm...
 
The AHT error is one that is not well documented (outside of Apple). I'm thinking the logic board has an issue within the pathway to the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) and/or the PCH its self is having troubles.
 
Basically, over the years the PC & Chip makers have reduced the number of chips it takes to build a computer.
*


*
Very similar to how the old calculators had 12 or so chips andchips. And now even the most advanced ones only have just one chip and its not even in a case just bonded directly to the PCB!
Basically, over the years the PC & Chip makers have reduced the number of chips it takes to build a computer.
*


*
Very similar to how the old calculators had 12 or so chips andchips. And now even the most advanced ones only have just one chip and its not even in a case just bonded directly to the PCB!
Intel has done the same thing taking about five chips and squeezing it down to one which we call the PCH chip.
 
I don't think swapping out the drive or cable will make a difference here. To see if only one SATA port is effected you could pop out the optical drive and plug the drive into its SATA port using a carrier like this: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/|OWC Data Doubler]. If that works it will only be a stopgap until you can either get the logic board fixed or replaced.

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编辑: Dan ,

文本:

mmm...
 
The AHT error is one that is not well documented (outside of Apple). I'm thinking the logic board has an issue within the pathway to the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) and/or the PCH its self is having troubles.
 
Basically, over the years the PC & Chip makers have reduced the number of chips it takes to build a computer.
*
Very similar to how the old calculators had 12 or so chips and now the most advanced ones have just one chip and its not even in a case just bonded directly to the PCB! Intel
Intel
has done the same thing taking about five chips and squeezing it down to one which we call the PCH chip.
Basically, over the years the PC & Chip makers have reduced the number of chips it takes to build a computer.
*
Very similar to how the old calculators had 12 or so chips and now the most advanced ones have just one chip and its not even in a case just bonded directly to the PCB! Intel
Intel
has done the same thing taking about five chips and squeezing it down to one which we call the PCH chip.
 
I don't think swapping out the drive or cable will make a difference here. To see if only one SATA port is effected you could pop out the optical drive and plug the drive into its SATA port using a carrier like this: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/|OWC Data Doubler]. If that works it will only be a stopgap until you can either get the logic board fixed or replaced.

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编辑: Dan ,

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mmm...
 
The AHT error is one that is not well documented well (outside of Apple). I'm thinking the logic board has an issue within the pathway to the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) and/or the PCH its self is having troubles.
The AHT error is one that is not well documented well (outside of Apple). I'm thinking the logic board has an issue within the pathway to the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) and/or the PCH its self is having troubles.
 
Basically, over the years the PC & Chip makers have reduced the number of chips it takes to build a computer. Very similar to how the old calculators had 12 or so chips and now the most advanced ones have just one chip and its not even in a case just bonded directly to the PCB! Intel has done the same thing taking about five chips and squeezing it down to one which we call the PCH chip.
 
I don't think swapping out the drive or cable will make a difference here. To see if only one SATA port is effected you could pop out the optical drive and plug the drive into its SATA port using a carrier like this: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/|OWC Data Doubler]. If that works it will only be a stopgap until you can either get the logic board fixed or replaced.

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原帖由: Dan ,

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mmm...

The AHT error is one that is not documented well (outside of Apple). I'm thinking the logic board has an issue within the pathway to the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) and/or the PCH its self is having troubles.

Basically, over the years the PC & Chip makers have reduced the number of chips it takes to build a computer. Very similar to how the old calculators had 12 or so chips and now the most advanced ones have just one chip and its not even in a case just bonded directly to the PCB! Intel has done the same thing taking about five chips and squeezing it down to one which we call the PCH chip.

I don't think swapping out the drive or cable will make a difference here. To see if only one SATA port is effected you could pop out the optical drive and plug the drive into its SATA port using a carrier like this: [https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/|OWC Data Doubler]. If that works it will only be a stopgap until you can either get the logic board fixed or replaced.

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