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Lanzado en octubre de 2008 / 2.4, 2.53, 2.66, 2.8 o 2.93 GHz Procesador Core 2 Duo

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I put a new ssd into the Mac and tried to boot into usb didn’t work

I first started using the command r but it just brought up a white screen then I tried to make a bootable usb from a 2015 MacBook Air running high Sierra I believe and from what I know it looks like it worked well and it is a bootable drive. But when I try to use it and press Option and turn on the Mac it shows the usb and I press it and a question mark and for 10 seconds then turns off. I tried to restart my memory (I think it was like shift+command+r) or something like that. Nothing still. I looked at the mother board and nothing looks disconnected all cables from what I could see look fine. If you think it might be anything let me know and I will try it. I head that some MacBooks need to use a disk instead of a usb in order to work. I just didn’t want to buy one before I know that’s the issue.

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Oops! Wrong OS release.

Your older MacBook Pro can only go upto El Capitan (10.11.x)

You’ll need to setup an external bootable FireWire drive or CD/DVD that your system can use to boot up with with El Capitan.

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Thanks so much I will try to get that done tomorrow my gf has a MacBook and I don’t so hopefully I can Mac it work tomorrow

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