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I’ll give you a few tips. Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable to some component on the board. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I wouldstrongly recommend that you Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, andthen configure it to run from there as follows:
I’ll give you a few tips. Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable to some component on the board. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I wouldstrongly recommend that you Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, andthen configure it to run from there as follows:
 
Reboot the Mac and after the startup chime '''hold down the OPTION key''' during boot until you see the boot selection menu. Click the external volume to boot from it.
 
External drives typically are shown with an orange icon, with their interface printed on the icon itself. Similarly, CD’s, DVD’s, and the SSD via DVD to SATA adapter are shown with a disc icon.
 
If you can’t fix the issue on the board, then you will need to start using the HDD via USB or the SSD via DVD adapter with a portable case from now on. You choose and can even change it at any time.
 
[image|1982973]
 
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I’ll give you a few tips. Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable. If the HDD is connected through an adaptercable to some component on the board, change it and try againboard. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I would Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, and configure it to run from there as follows:
I’ll give you a few tips. Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable. If the HDD is connected through an adaptercable to some component on the board, change it and try againboard. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I would Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, and configure it to run from there as follows:
 
Reboot the Mac and after the startup chime '''hold down the OPTION key''' during boot until you see the boot selection menumenu. Click the external volume to boot from it.
Reboot the Mac and after the startup chime '''hold down the OPTION key''' during boot until you see the boot selection menumenu. Click the external volume to boot from it.
 
# Click the external volume to boot from it
You will find that external drives
External drives typically are shown with an orange icon, with their interface printed on the icon itself. Similarly, CD’s and DVD’sCD’s, DVD’s, and the SSD via DVD to SATA adapter are shown with a disc icon.
# Click the external volume to boot from it
You will find that external drives
External drives typically are shown with an orange icon, with their interface printed on the icon itself. Similarly, CD’s and DVD’sCD’s, DVD’s, and the SSD via DVD to SATA adapter are shown with a disc icon.
 
[image|1982973]
 
I hope this helps you. Let us know!

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I’ll give you maa few tips. Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable. If the HDD is connected through an adapter to the board, change it and try again. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I would Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, and configure it to run from there as follows:
I’ll give you maa few tips. Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable. If the HDD is connected through an adapter to the board, change it and try again. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I would Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, and configure it to run from there as follows:
 
Reboot the Mac and after the startup chime '''hold down the OPTION key''' during boot until you see the boot selection menu
 
# Click the external volume to boot from it
You will find that external drives typically are shown with an orange icon, with their interface printed on the icon itself. Similarly, CD’s and DVD’s are shown with a disc icon.
 
[image|1982973]
 
I hope this helps you. Let us know!

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TryI’ll give you ma few tips. Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable. If If the HDD is connected through an adapter to the board, change it and try again. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I would Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, and configure it to run from there as follows:
TryI’ll give you ma few tips. Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable. If If the HDD is connected through an adapter to the board, change it and try again. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I would Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, and configure it to run from there as follows:
 
Reboot the Mac and after the startup chime '''hold down the OPTION key''' during boot until you see the boot selection menu
 
# Click the external volume to boot from it
 
You will find that external drives typically are shown with an orange icon, with their interface printed on the icon itself. Similarly, CD’s and DVD’s are shown with a disc icon.
 
[image|1982973]
 
I hope this helps you. Let us know!

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Try those HDD’s via a portable case with USB to the machine. If they work, then open the Mac and check the motherboard for corrosion or burnt components. If you do find anything, change the components using a schematic. Then clean it all well with isopropyl alcohol. It could also be a data line that has fried and might need a jumper cable. If If the HDD is connected through an adapter to the board, change it and try again. Otherwise, you might need to start using the HDD via USB with a portable case from now on. It can run OSX from USB. However, I would Install OSX on your DVD to SATA adapter, since an SSD is much faster, and configure it to run from there as follows:

Reboot the Mac and after the startup chime '''hold down the OPTION key''' during boot until you see the boot selection menu

# Click the external volume to boot from it

You will find that external drives typically are shown with an orange  icon, with their interface printed on the icon itself. Similarly, CD’s  and DVD’s are shown with a disc icon.

[image|1982973]

I hope this helps you. Let us know!

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