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Versión actual por: Jose Garza Lozano ,

Título:

MBA won't boot while SSD is installed, after I remove it it boots.

Texto:

I received a Macbook Air from a friend, it chimes, but nothing happens.
* I tried removing the SSD and it booted into recovery mode.
* I tried with a Windows Bootable USB (I had no mac media at hand) and I could reach the installation screen.
* I tried the SSD from another Macbook Air and it only gives me the Question Mark Folder.
* I rebooted into the Windows install screen and with disk part I was able to see both the USB and the SSD I used to test the machine.
* Again, I tried with the original SSD and the machine would chime but won’t even proceed to the recovery screen or boot select screen.
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Another friend of mine who’s got more experience with Macs told me it could be the Logic Board instead of the SDD, before we go buying a new SSD is there any way to confirm if it’s the SSD?
Thanks in advance,
And, no, I don’t have a caddy for these Mac SSD’s.[br]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 11" Mid 2013

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

+645677

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

-MBA won-t boot while SSD is on, after I remove it it boots.
+MBA won't boot while SSD is installed, after I remove it it boots.

Texto:

-I received a Macbook Air from a friend, it chimes, but nothing happens.[br]
+I received a Macbook Air from a friend, it chimes, but nothing happens.
-[br]
+* I tried removing the SSD and it booted into recovery mode.
+* I tried with a Windows Bootable USB (I had no mac media at hand) and I could reach the installation screen.
+* I tried the SSD from another Macbook Air and it only gives me the Question Mark Folder.
+* I rebooted into the Windows install screen and with disk part I was able to see both the USB and the SSD I used to test the machine.
+* Again, I tried with the original SSD and the machine would chime but won’t even proceed to the recovery screen or boot select screen.
+Another friend of mine who’s got more experience with Macs told me it could be the Logic Board instead of the SDD, before we go buying a new SSD is there any way to confirm if it’s the SSD?
-- I tried removing the SSD and it booted into recovery mode.[br]
+Thanks in advance,
-- I tried with a Windows Bootable USB (I had no mac media at hand) and I could reach the installation screen.[br]
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--I tried the SSD from another Macbook Air and it only gives me the Question Mark Folder.[br]
-
-- I rebooted into the windows install screen and with diskpart I was able to see both the USB and the ssd I used to test the machine.[br]
-
-- Again I tried with the original SSD and the machine would chime but won’t even proceed to the recovery screen or boot select screen.[br]
-
-[br]
-
-Another friend of mine who-s got more experience with Macs told me it could be the Logic Board instead of the HDD, before we go buying a new SSD is there any way to confirm if it’s the SSD?[br]
-
-Thanks in advance, and, no, I don’t have a caddy for those mac SSD’s atm[br]
+And, no, I don’t have a caddy for these Mac SSD’s.[br]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 11" Mid 2013

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Jose Garza Lozano ,

Título:

MBA won-t boot while SSD is on, after I remove it it boots.

Texto:

I received a Macbook Air from a friend, it chimes,  but nothing happens.[br]

[br]

- I tried removing the SSD and it booted into recovery mode.[br]

- I tried with a Windows Bootable USB (I had no mac media at hand) and I could reach the installation screen.[br]

-I tried the SSD from another Macbook Air and it only gives me the Question Mark Folder.[br]

- I  rebooted into the windows install screen and with diskpart I was able to see both the USB and the ssd I used to test the machine.[br]

- Again I tried with the original SSD and the machine would chime but won’t even proceed to the recovery screen or boot select screen.[br]

[br]

Another friend of mine who-s got more experience with Macs told me it could be the Logic Board instead of the HDD, before we go buying a new SSD is there any way to confirm if it’s the SSD?[br]

Thanks in advance, and, no, I don’t have a caddy for those mac SSD’s atm[br]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 11" Mid 2013

Estatus:

open