跳转到主内容

Know of any CPU switch on the logic board?

I purchased a used, but tested logic board for my A1212 Mid 2007 Macbook Pro 17". The video adapter on mine had failed. This used version was "tested" working with a return policy and the seller, Komputech had very positive ratings on eBay.

I followed the guide here on replacing the board and all seemed to go well. I closed the machine back up and when I went to power on, I could hear the fans spinning, The power light on the front of the case came on, but that was it. No beeps, no Mac chime, no display, no nothing.

Worried that I missed a cable connection or damaged something during the process, I started over, removing the board, cleaning the thermal paste and reapplying and reinstalling. Same thing.

So then I did it all again with my original board. The one with the video problem. It booted up just fine, just with the corrupt/pixelated video issue. This told me that I had done the install properly and hadn't broken anything else in the process.

So, I wrote the seller on eBay telling them it looked like the board was defective. In his response to me he asked if I "could look into my CPU, please make sure you are turning the knob to engage it." Whaaa? I almost thought it was a joke. Then I wondered if there was some switch or toggle that I needed to flip. Didn't see anything in the guide about this, or anywhere else I searched online.

Any thoughts???

已回答! View the answer 我也有这个问题

这是一个好问题吗?

按维修分数 1
添加一条评论

1个答案

已选择的解决方案

Never heard of such a thing... have him send you a picture of where it is/what it looks like...bet he can't.

And if he can, please come back here and share it!

If this answer was helpful please remember to return and mark it Accepted.

这个答案有帮助吗?

按维修分数 1

评论:

Great suggestion. I'll update you once I hear the response.

Ok, so apparently the guy wasn't paying attention to what product was being discussed. He must have been referring to the latch that CPUs in workstations have.

Not sure why this didn't dawn on me sooner. My bad for assuming someone is paying attention to the discussion they're engaged in.

Yea - that'll do it every time... He must have sold a bunch of these to have so many discussions and questions going on.

添加一条评论

添加你的答案

matt 将永远感激不已
浏览统计数据:

过去的24小时: 0

过去的7天: 0

过去的30天: 0

总计 1,102