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Mayer 's tip is really good!
 
At this model the RAM bracket holder often looses contact with the bottom side on the logic board (side you can not inspect without dismounting the mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.
 
Re-soldering the bottom side of the RAM bracket holder is quite a challenge and often you will need to replace the whole mainboard (>400 USD !!!).
 
'''Option 1:''' you can use only one slot (the top one usually).
 
'''Option 2:''' If you want to use both slots (instead of only one - either top or bottom), you can try to put some distance between RAM bracket holder and top case.
 
I solved this problem with a short strip of an old credit card. Put it between the RAM bracket holder and the logic board. This will "press"board to help press up and a strip on the RAM bracket holder toso the mainboard or in other words, ifcover presses down. If you shake or bang your Mac book proMacBook Pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact andto the problem is fixed

Yes with a workaround (0 USD :-) ) give it a try :-)
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I solved this problem with a short strip of an old credit card. Put it between the RAM bracket holder and the logic board. This will "press"board to help press up and a strip on the RAM bracket holder toso the mainboard or in other words, ifcover presses down. If you shake or bang your Mac book proMacBook Pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact andto the problem is fixed

Yes with a workaround (0 USD :-) ) give it a try :-)
modules.
 
Here’s a picture of the first test. With this place holders no freeze, no reboot, ... :
 
[image|1311433]
 
As I said: it is a quick fix and take care to find the right distance - do no damage your logic boardboard in the process.
As I said: it is a quick fix and take care to find the right distance - do no damage your logic boardboard in the process.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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Mayer 's tip is really good. At this model the RAM bracket holder often looses contact with the bottom side on the logic board (side you can not inspect without dismounting the mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.good!
Mayer 's tip is really good. At this model the RAM bracket holder often looses contact with the bottom side on the logic board (side you can not inspect without dismounting the mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.good!
 
ReSoldering the bottom side ofAt this model the RAM bracket holder is quite a challenge and often looses contact with the bottom side on the logic board (side you will get an offer to replacecan not inspect without dismounting the whole mainboard (>400 USD !!!)mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.
ReSoldering the bottom side ofAt this model the RAM bracket holder is quite a challenge and often looses contact with the bottom side on the logic board (side you will get an offer to replacecan not inspect without dismounting the whole mainboard (>400 USD !!!)mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.
 
Option 1:Re-soldering the bottom side of the RAM bracket holder is quite a challenge and often you can use only one slot (the top one usuallywill need to replace the whole mainboard (>400 USD !!!).
Option 1:Re-soldering the bottom side of the RAM bracket holder is quite a challenge and often you can use only one slot (the top one usuallywill need to replace the whole mainboard (>400 USD !!!).
 
Option 2:'''Option 1:''' you can use only one slot (the top one usually).
Option 2:'''Option 1:''' you can use only one slot (the top one usually).
 
If'''Option 2:''' If you want to use both slots (instead of only one - either top or bottom) bottom), you can try to put some distance holder between RAM bracket holder and top case. I solved once a time this problem with a short stripe of an old credit card. Put it between the RAM bracket holder and top case. This will "press" the RAM bracket holder to the mainboard or in other words, if you shake your Mac book pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact and the problem is fixed (yes with a workaround (0 USD :-) )
If'''Option 2:''' If you want to use both slots (instead of only one - either top or bottom) bottom), you can try to put some distance holder between RAM bracket holder and top case. I solved once a time this problem with a short stripe of an old credit card. Put it between the RAM bracket holder and top case. This will "press" the RAM bracket holder to the mainboard or in other words, if you shake your Mac book pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact and the problem is fixed (yes with a workaround (0 USD :-) )
 
giveI solved this problem with a short strip of an old credit card. Put it a try :-)between the RAM bracket holder and the logic board. This will "press" the RAM bracket holder to the mainboard or in other words, if you shake your Mac book pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact and the problem is fixed
giveI solved this problem with a short strip of an old credit card. Put it a try :-)between the RAM bracket holder and the logic board. This will "press" the RAM bracket holder to the mainboard or in other words, if you shake your Mac book pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact and the problem is fixed
 
hereYes with a workaround (0 USD :-) ) give it a try :-)

Here’s
a picture of the first teststest. With this place holders no freeze, no reboot, ... :
hereYes with a workaround (0 USD :-) ) give it a try :-)

Here’s
a picture of the first teststest. With this place holders no freeze, no reboot, ... :
 
[image|1311433]
 
asAs I said: it is a quick fix and take care to find the right distance - do no damage your logic board.
asAs I said: it is a quick fix and take care to find the right distance - do no damage your logic board.

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Editado por: Gludie ,

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Mayer 's tip is really good. At this model the RAM bracket holder often looses contact with the bottom side on the logic board (side you can not inspect without dismounting the mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.
 
ReSoldering the bottom side of the RAM bracket holder is quite a challenge and often you will get an offer to replace the whole mainboard (>400 USD !!!).
 
AlternativeOption 1: you can use only one slot (the top one usually).
AlternativeOption 1: you can use only one slot (the top one usually).
 
AlternativeOption 2:
AlternativeOption 2:
 
If you want to use both slots (instead of only one - either top or bottom) , you can try to put some distance holder between RAM bracket holder and top case. I solved once a time this problem with a short stripe of an old credit card. Put it between the RAM bracket holder and top case. This will "press" the RAM bracket holder to the mainboard or in other words, if you shake your Mac book pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact and the problem is fixed (yes with a workaround (0 USD :-) )
 
give it a try :-)
 
here a picture of the first tests. With this place holders no freeze, no reboot, ... :
 
[image|1311433]
 
as said: it is a quick fix and take care to find the right distance - do no damage your logic board.

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Editado por: Gludie ,

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Mayer 's tip is really good. At this model the RAM bracket holder often looses contact with the bottom side on the mainboardlogic board (side you can not inspect without dismounting the mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.
Mayer 's tip is really good. At this model the RAM bracket holder often looses contact with the bottom side on the mainboardlogic board (side you can not inspect without dismounting the mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.
 
ReSoldering the bottom side of the RAM bracket holder is quite a challenge and often you will get an offer to replace the whole mainboard (>400 USD !!!).
 
Alternative you can use only one slot (the top one usually).
 
Alternative 2:
 
If you want to use both slots (instead of only one - either top or bottom) , you can try to put some distance holder between RAM bracket holder and top case. I solved once a time this problem with a short stripe of an old credit card. Put it between the RAM bracket holder and top case. This will "press" the RAM bracket holder to the mainboard or in other words, if you shake your Mac book pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact and the problem is fixed (yes with a workaround (0 USD :-) )
 
give it a try :-)
 
here a picture of the first tests. With this place holders no freeze, no reboot, ... :
[image|1311433]
as said: it is a quick fix and take care to find the right distance - do no damage your logic board.

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Aporte original por: Gludie ,

Texto:

Mayer 's tip is really good. At this model the RAM bracket holder often looses contact with the bottom side on the mainboard (side you can not inspect without dismounting the mainboard). This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors.

ReSoldering the bottom side of the RAM bracket holder is quite a challenge and often you will get an offer to replace the whole mainboard (>400 USD !!!).

Alternative you can use only one slot (the top one usually).

Alternative 2:

If you want to use both slots (instead of only one - either top or bottom) , you can try to put some distance holder between RAM bracket holder and top case. I solved once a time this problem with a short stripe of an old credit card. Put it between the RAM bracket holder and top case. This will "press" the RAM bracket holder to the mainboard or in other words, if you shake your Mac book pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact and the problem is fixed (yes with a workaround (0 USD :-) )

give it a try :-)

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