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I have 2006 core duo I just bought from a gal very cheap. She was told by Apple genius that logic board was faulty and had to be replaced. I removed the board and gave it a good cleaning and inspection with magnifying glass. I didn't see any hot spots, ie discolored solder. So I put back in and still had same problems as you until I played with switching ram around. I found I have a bad ram slot but a 1 gb stick works great in slot 1. Now it boots and runs fine as long as I leave slot 0 empty. Good luck
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+ Okay I also bought a newer MacBook 5,2 made in early 2009 I got a good deal because the keyboard didn't function correctly. I ordered a used replacement version 3 top case for that one and all has worked perfect since. Just be sure you get the correct version.

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Aporte original por: Steve C ,

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I have 2006 core duo I just bought from a gal very cheap. She was told by Apple genius that logic board was faulty and had to be replaced. I removed the board and gave it a good cleaning and inspection with magnifying glass. I didn't see any hot spots, ie discolored solder. So I put back in and still had same problems as you until I played with switching ram around. I found I have a bad ram slot but a 1 gb stick works great in slot 1. Now it boots and runs fine as long as I leave slot 0 empty. Good luck

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