Retrieving data from 2016 MacBook with bad Logic Board
I bought this 2016 MacBook Pro (pre-owned) back in 2018 for school. Last year I noticed that it would randomly shut down and reboot. I didn’t think anything of it then (big mistake) because it didn’t happen frequent enough for it to hinder any work I was doing, but one day it wouldn’t turn on. Doing a little research, I found that the connection of the battery may be the problem with the solution being reconnecting the battery cable. I took the MacBook to the Apple Store, explained the problem and the first solution the tech offered was to try and reconnect the battery and that when I found out it wasn’t the connection, but a bad logic board.
The cost of labor and the replacement logic board itself has me considering buying another computer than attempting to get it repaired. The only problem is I have work, files, photos, etc. that wasn’t backed up before the MacBook went out completely.
I recently saw a Hugh Jeffrey’s video on YouTube of him displaying their 2017 function key MacBook Pro (that needed a replacement display, keyboard and logic board) on an external monitor where they could access files and I wondering if that might be a way to access my files even though I don’t see signs of power displayed when I try and turn it on.
Any suggestions is greatly appreciated!
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