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Type: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Voltage: V (V OK)
Capacity: 59Wh
Cell: 6-Cell (Premium)
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Device Info

Good became even better with the addition of Intel's Core 2 Duo processor!

The MacBook 13" Core 2 Duo (Late ) can be upgraded to a total of 3 GB of memory using a 2 GB RAM chip and a 1 GB RAM chip. The GB RPM SATA hard drive will give you plenty of storage. The 8x SuperDrive is the fastest optical drive for this model and will make creating DVDs a whiz. You can also upgrade the upper case to the Penryn/Santa Rosa version with the new keyboard layout (including iTunes controls)!

There is one main variation within this model. Your machine may be a Energy Star-equipped or non-Energy star version. This affects the battery connector and logic board. See photos and part descriptions on the non-Energy Star or Energy Star battery connector/sleep sensors for information on determining which version you have.

Check out our MacBook troubleshooting page for help in diagnosing your machine!

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MacBook (–)

Line of notebook computers by Apple

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The MacBook is a line of Macintosh notebook computers designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Inc. from May to February A new line of computers by the same name was released in , serving the same purpose as an entry-level laptop. It replaced the iBook series of notebooks as a part of Apple's transition from PowerPC to Intel processors. Positioned as the low end of the MacBook family, below the premium ultra-portable MacBook Air and the powerful MacBook Pro,[1] the MacBook was aimed at the consumer and education markets.[2] It was the best-selling Macintosh ever. For five months in , it was the best-selling laptop of any brand in US retail stores.[3] Collectively, the MacBook brand is the "world's top-selling line of premium laptops."[4]

There have been four separate designs of the MacBook. The original model used a combination of polycarbonate and fiberglass casing which was modeled after the iBook G4. The second type was introduced in October alongside the inch MacBook Pro; the MacBook shared the more expensive laptop's unibody aluminium casing, but omitted FireWire. A third design, introduced in late , had a polycarbonate unibody casing.

On July 20, , the MacBook was discontinued for consumer purchase as it had been effectively superseded by the MacBook Air which had a lower entry price.[5] Apple continued to sell the MacBook to educational institutions until February [6][7]

1st generation: Polycarbonate [edit]

First generation black polycarbonate MacBook,
First generation white polycarbonate MacBook,

The original MacBook, available in black or white colors, was released on June 28, , and used the IntelCore Duo processor and GMchipset, with Intel's GMA integrated graphics on a &#;MHz front side bus. Later revisions of the MacBook moved to the Core 2 Duo processor and the GM chipset, with Intel's GMA X integrated graphics on an &#;MHz system bus.[8] Sales of the black polycarbonate MacBook ceased in October , after the introduction of the aluminum MacBook.

While thinner than its predecessor – the iBook G4 – the MacBook is wider than the inch model due to its widescreen display. In addition, the MacBook was one of the first (the first being the MacBook Pro) to adopt Apple's MagSafe power connector and it replaced the iBook's mini-VGA display port with a mini-DVI display port. The iBook's discrete graphics chip was initially replaced by an integrated Intel GMA solution, though the latest revisions of the MacBook were upgraded with the more powerful NvidiaGeForce M and later the M.[9]

While the MacBook Pro largely followed the industrial design standard set by the PowerBook G4, the MacBook was Apple's first notebook to use features now standard in its notebooks – the glossy display, the sunken keyboard design and the non-mechanical magnetic latch. With the late revision, the keyboard received several changes to closely mirror the one which shipped with the iMac, by adding the same keyboard short-cut to control multimedia, and removing the embedded numeric keypad and the Apple logo from the command keys.[10]

A more expensive black model was offered until the introduction of the unibody aluminum MacBook. The polycarbonate MacBook was the only Macintosh notebook (until the new model) to be offered in more than one color since the iBook G3 (Clamshell).

Ports[edit]

The ports are all on the left edge; on early models, from left to right, they are the MagSafe power connector, Gigabit Ethernet, mini-DVI, FireWire , 2 USB ports, audio in, audio out and Kensington Security Slot.

For the unibody polycarbonate MacBook (), the ports from left to right are the MagSafe power connector, Gigabit Ethernet, Mini DisplayPort, 2 USB ports, audio out and Kensington Security Slot.

On the front, there is a power light and an infrared receiver, while on the right edge, there is only the optical drive.

User serviceability[edit]

The polycarbonate Intel MacBook is easier for users to fix or upgrade than its predecessor. Where the iBook required substantial disassembly to access internal components such as the hard drive, users only need to remove the battery and the RAM door to access or replace the internal hard disk drive. Apple provides do-it-yourself manuals for these tasks.[11]

Quality problems[edit]

In February , the MacBook was recalled because the graphics card and hard drive caused the computer to overheat, forcing the unit to shut down.[citation needed]

Some early polycarbonate MacBook models suffered from random shutdowns; Apple released a firmware update to resolve them.[12]

There were also cases reported of discolored or chipping palmrests. In such cases, Apple asked affected owners to contact AppleCare.[13]

There were problems with batteries on some models from not being read by the MacBook. This is caused by a logic board fault and not a fault with the battery.[citation needed]

In February , Apple announced a recall for MacBooks bought between and for hard drive issues. This is caused by heat and other problems.[citation needed]

Model specifications[edit]

Apple used the A code, printed on the case, for this family of models, though 17 variations may be counted if color is included.[14]

Table of models for MacBook A family
ModelMid&#;[15]Late&#;[16]Mid&#;[17]Late&#; (Santa Rosa)[18]Early&#;[19]Late&#;
(White)[20]
Early&#; (White)[21]Mid&#; (White)[22]
Component Intel Core Duo Intel Core 2 Duo
Release date May 16, [23]November 8, [24]May 15, [25]November 1, February 26, [26]October 14, [27]January 21, May 27,
Model numbers MA*/A MA*/A MA*/A MA*/A MA*/A MA*/A MB*/A MB*/A MB*/A MB*/B MB*/B MB*/B MB*/A MB*/A MB*/A MB*/B MB*/A MC*/A
Model identifier MacBook1,1 MacBook2,1 MacBook3,1 MacBook4,1 MacBook4,2 MacBook5,2
Displayinch glossy widescreen LCD, × pixel resolution (WXGA, = aspect ratio)
Front side bus MHz &#;MHz &#;MHz
Processor GHz or 2 GHz Intel Core Duo (T/T) GHz or 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (T/T) 2 GHz or GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (T/T) 2 GHz or GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (T/T) GHz or GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (T/T) GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (T) 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (P) GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (P)
Memory
Two slots for
DDR2 SDRAM
MB (two MB) MHz PC
Expandable to 2 GB
MB (two MB) or 1 GB (two MB) MHz PC
Expandable to 4 GB (3 GB usable)5
1 GB (two MB) MHz PC
Expandable to 4 GB (3 GB usable)5
1 GB (two MB) or 2 GB (two 1 GB) MHz PC
Expandable to 6&#;GB (4&#;GB supported by Apple)
1 GB (two MB) MHz PC
Expandable to 6 GB (4 GB supported by Apple)
2 GB (two 1 GB) MHz PC
Expandable to 8 GB Mhz PC (4 GB supported by Apple)6
2 GB (two 1 GB) MHz PC
Expandable to 8 GB (4 GB supported by Apple)6
Graphics
Shared with system memory
Intel GMA using 64&#;MB RAM (up to &#;MB in Windows through Boot Camp).[28]Intel GMA X using &#;MB RAM (up to &#;MB available in Windows through Boot Camp) NvidiaGeForce M using &#;MB RAM
Hard drive260 or 80&#;GB
Optional or GB
60, 80, GB
Optional or GB, rpm
80, , GB
Optional GB, rpm
80, , GB
Optional &#;GB
, , GB &#;GB
Optional or GB
&#;GB
Optional , , GB
&#;GB
Optional , , GB
Serial ATA rpm unless specified
Combo drive3
Base model only
8× DVD read, 24× CD-R and 10× CD-RW recording 8× DVD read, 24× CD-R and 16× CD-RW recording N/A
Internal slot-loading SuperDrive38× double-layer discs reads. 4× DVD±R & RW recording. 24× CD-R and 10× CD-RW recording × DVD+R DL writes, 6× DVD±R read, 4× DVD±RW writes, 24× CD-R, and 10× CD-RW recording 4× DVD+R DL writes, 8× DVD±R read, 4× DVD±RW writes, 24× CD-R, and 10x CD-RW recording
Connectivity Integrated AirPort Extremea/b/g
Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth + EDR
Integrated Airport Extreme a/b/g/n (draft-n disabled by default)1
Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth + EDR
Integrated Airport Extreme a/b/g/n (draft-n enabled)
Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth + EDR
Integrated Airport Extreme a/b/g/n (draft-n enabled)
Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth + EDR
Peripherals 2 × USB
1 × Firewire
1 × Optical digital / analog audio line-in
1 × Optical digital / analog audio line-out
Camera iSight Camera ( × MP)
Video out Mini DVI-I (integrated digital + analog) Mini DVI-D (digital-only, no analog)[29]
Original Operating system Mac OS X TigerMac OS X Leopard
Latest release operating system Mac OS X Snow LeopardMac OS X LionOS X El Capitan
Battery watt-hour removable lithium-polymer
Weight&#;lb (&#;kg)&#;lb (&#;kg) &#;lb (&#;kg)
Dimensions &#;in × &#;in × &#;in (&#;mm × &#;mm × &#;mm)

Notes:
1 Requires the purchase of a wireless-N enabler software from Apple in order to enable the functionality.[30] Also enabled in Mac OS X and later.
2 Hard drives noted are options available from Apple. As the hard drive is a user-replaceable part, there are custom configurations available, including use of rpm drives or SSDs.
3 Given optical drive speed is its maximum.
4 Beginning with the early revision, the Apple Remote became an optional add-on.
5 Expandable to 4&#;GB, with GB usable.[31]
6 Expandable to 8&#;GB, but with only 6&#;GB working stably with a Mac OS X older than due to a software bug.[32]

1st generation: Aluminum Unibody [edit]

For the Pro laptop resembling it, see MacBook Pro §&#;Second generation (Unibody).

The aluminum unibody MacBook

On October 14, , Apple announced a MacBook featuring a new Nvidia chipset at a Cupertino, California press conference with the tagline: "The spotlight turns to notebooks".[33] This MacBook was still the first generation MacBook because it only replaced the black polycarbonate models to be the new higher-spec MacBook. It was replaced by the inch MacBook Pro the following year.

The chipset brought a &#;MHz system bus, use of DDR3 system memory, and integrated NvidiaGeForce M graphics. Other changes include a display which uses LED backlights (replacing the fluorescent tube backlights used in the previous model) and arsenic-free glass, a new Mini DisplayPort (replacing the polycarbonate MacBook's mini-DVI port), a multi-touch glass trackpad which also acts as the mouse button, and the removal of the FireWire port (thus it doesn't support Target Disk Mode, used for data transfers or operating system repairs without booting the system).[34]

There was only one product cycle of the aluminum MacBook, as Apple rebranded the next revision in June as a inch MacBook Pro using the same chassis with an added FireWire port and SD card slot.[35]

Design[edit]

The design had stylistic traits of the MacBook Air which were also implemented into the design of the MacBook Pro. This model is thinner than the original polycarbonate MacBooks, and it made use of a unibody aluminum case with tapered edges. The keyboard of the higher-end model included a backlight.

Reception[edit]

Although Gizmodo concluded it to be "our favorite MacBook to date," they did claim, at this time, its display was inferior to that found on the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, alleging a smaller viewing angle, washed-out colors, and dimmer backlighting.[36] Similarly, AppleInsider and Engadget concluded it "may well be Apple's best MacBook to date" and "these are terrific choices—not only from an industrial design standpoint, but in specs as well" respectively, while also drawing attention to a lower quality display as compared with the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.[37][38] Charlie Sorrel of Wired News reached a similar conclusion about the MacBook display, citing its poor contrast and lack of vertical angle in comparison with the MacBook Pro and even the older white MacBook.[39] Peter Cohen wrote an article discussing the loss of the FireWire port for Macworld, saying "The absence of FireWire ports is certainly an inconvenience for some users. But it shouldn’t be considered a deal-breaker for most of us, anyway."[40]

Model specifications[edit]

Table of models for Macbook A family
ModelLate&#;[41]
Release date October 14, [27]
Model number A
Model identifier MacBook5,1
Displayinch LED backlit glossy widescreen LCD, × pixel resolution
Front side bus&#;MHz
Processor&#;GHz or &#;GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (P/P)
Memory
2&#;GB (two 1&#;GB)
Expandable to 8&#;GB (4&#;GB supported by Apple)[42][43]
Two slots for PCDDR3SDRAM (&#;MHz)
GraphicsIntegrated NvidiaGeForce M with &#;MB shared with main memory
(up to &#;MB available in Windows through Boot Camp)
Hard drive1
Serial ATArpm
&#;GB or &#;GB rpm
Optional &#;GB HDD; &#;GB or &#;GB Solid-state drive (SSD)
Internal slot-loading SuperDrive2Maximum write: 8× DVD±R, 4× DVD±R DL, 4× DVD±RW, 24× CD-R, 10× CD-RW
Maximum read: 8× DVD±R, DVD-ROM, 6× DVD-ROM (double layer DVD-9), DVD±R DL, DVD±RW, 24× CD
Connectivity Integrated AirPort Extreme a/b/g/draft-n (BCM chipset)
GigabitEthernet
Bluetooth + EDR
Peripherals 2 × USB
1 × Combined optical digital input/analog line in
1 × Combined optical digital output/analog line out
Video out Mini DisplayPort
Battery watt-hour removable lithium polymer
Weight &#;lb (&#;kg)
Dimensions &#;in (&#;mm) wide × &#;in (&#;mm) deep × inches (24&#;mm) high
Original operating system Mac OS X Leopard
Latest release operating system OS X El Capitan

Notes:
1 Hard drives noted are options available from Apple. As the hard drive is a user-replaceable part, there are custom configurations available, including use of 7,rpm drives and SSDs.[44]
2 Given optical drive speed is its maximum.

2nd generation: Polycarbonate Unibody [edit]

Second generation polycarbonate unibody MacBook

On October 20, , Apple released a MacBook that introduced a new polycarbonate (plastic) unibody design,[45] faster DDR3 memory, a multi-touch trackpad, an LED-backlit display, and a built-in seven-hour battery. The polycarbonate unibody MacBook, like its aluminum predecessor, lacks FireWire and, like the inch MacBook Pro, has a combined audio in/out port. There is no infrared port and the Apple Remote is not included. On May 18, , the MacBook was refreshed with a faster processor, a faster graphics card, improved battery life, and the ability to pass audio through the Mini DisplayPort connector. On July 20, , the MacBook was discontinued for consumer purchases,[6] but was still available to educational institutions until February [7] It was the last Mac to use a plastic shell, as every Mac since has used aluminum.[46]

Design[edit]

Unlike the MacBook Air, the MacBook follows the same design first seen in the MacBook Pro; however, it is rounder on the edges than previous laptops in the MacBook line. This model has an all-white fingerprint-resistant glossy palm rest, unlike the grayish surface of its predecessor, and uses a multi-touch glass trackpad like the one found on the MacBook Pro. The video-out port is Mini DisplayPort. The bottom of the MacBook features a rubberized non-slip finish. This was prone to peeling off and Apple offered free replacements fitted by authorised agents until at least internationally. The built-in battery of the late revision, a feature introduced earlier in the year with the MacBook Pro, is claimed by Apple to last seven hours compared with five hours in the older models. However, in tests conducted by Macworld, the battery was found to last only about four hours while playing video at full brightness with AirPort turned off.[47] However, Apple's battery life was calculated with the brightness at the middle setting and while browsing websites and editing word documents, not with video and at full brightness.[48]Gizmodo also reached about the same conclusion in their tests, but with AirPort turned on.[49] The battery included in the mid model holds an additional five watt-hours over the previous model's and is claimed to last up to ten hours.[50]

Reception[edit]

Despite being hailed by Slashgear as "one of the best entry-level notebooks Apple have produced," the unibody MacBook has received criticism for its lack of a FireWire port and SD card slot.[51] Nilay Patel of Engadget added that the USB ports were easily dented and the bottom of the laptop became worn and discolored after a few days. He also drew particular attention to the fact that the price was not lowered, stating the small price difference between the MacBook and the MacBook Pro makes it a "wasted pricing opportunity."[52] However, most critics agree that the unibody MacBook's display is significantly better than its predecessor's. AppleInsider states the new display "delivers significantly better color and viewing angle performance" than the previous MacBook, but still "not as vivid and wide-angle viewable as the MacBook Pro screens."[53]

Model specifications[edit]

Table of models for Macbook A family
Model Late [54]Mid [55]
Release date October 20, [56]May 18,
Order Numbers MC*/A MC*/A
Model Numbers A
Machine Model MacBook6,1 MacBook7,1
Displayinch LED backlit glossy widescreen LCD, × pixel resolution
Front side bus&#;MHz
Processor&#;GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (P) &#;GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (P)
Memory1
Two slots for PCDDR3SDRAM ( MHz)
2 GB (two 1&#;GB)
Expandable to 8&#;GB (4&#;GB supported by Apple)[57]Expandable to 16&#;GB (4&#;GB supported by Apple)[58]
GraphicsIntegrated NvidiaGeForce M with MB shared with main memory
(up to &#;MB available in Windows through Boot Camp)
Integrated NvidiaGeForce M with &#;MB shared with main memory
Hard drive2
Serial ATArpm
&#;GB rpm
Optional or &#;GB HDD
SuperDrive3Internal Slot-Loading
Maximum write: 8× DVD±R, 4× DVD±R DL, 4× DVD±RW, 24× CD-R, 10× CD-RW
Maximum read: 8× DVD±R, DVD-ROM, 6× DVD-ROM (double layer DVD-9), DVD±R DL, DVD±RW, 24× CD
Connectivity Integrated AirPort a/b/g/n (BCM chipset)
GigabitEthernet
Bluetooth + EDR
Peripherals 2 × USB
1 × Optical digital audio out / analog audio line-out/in
Camera iSight Camera ( × MP)
Video out Mini DisplayPort
Video only
Mini DisplayPort
with Audio-out
Battery watt-hour non-removable lithium-polymer watt-hour non-removable lithium-polymer
Weight &#;lb (&#;kg)
Dimensions &#;in × &#;in × &#;in (&#;mm × &#;mm × &#;mm)
Original operating system Mac OS X Snow Leopard
Latest release operating system macOS High Sierra

|} Notes:
1 Memory noted are the options available from Apple. As memory is a user-replaceable part, there are custom configurations possible, including use of two 2&#;GB RAM modules, for 4&#;GB of RAM, two 4&#;GB RAM modules, for 8&#;GB of RAM, and two 8&#;GB RAM modules, for 16&#;GB of RAM. Modules must be PCS, CL 7, volts. Also possible: 2 + 1 = 3&#;GB; 4 + 1 = 5&#;GB; 8 + 1 = 9&#;GB; 4 + 2 = 6&#;GB; 8 + 2 = 10&#;GB; 8 + 4 = 12&#;GB. Modules may be 1Rx8 or 2Rx8.
2 Hard drives noted are options available from Apple. As the hard drive is a user-replaceable part, there are custom configurations possible, including capacities up to 2&#;TB and SSDs. For rotating drives, 5, rpm is recommended, for power and cooling reasons.
3 Noted optical drive speed is its maximum. It is possible to replace the optical drive with a caddy which accommodates an SSD or a second hard drive. Look for caddies which are intended for MacBook A models; there are similar (but slightly different) caddies which are intended for Mac mini models.

Criticisms and defects[edit]

The rubber bottom of unibody MacBooks have been known to peel off. Apple has noticed this as a flaw and will replace the bottom for free, with or without a warranty. Some consumers have also reported defects in their LCD displays in mid– models.[59]

The MagSafe power adapter of MacBooks has been known to fray, break, and stop working. Following a lawsuit, Apple replaces these adapters for US residents with affected adapters, purchased (or received as a gift) with computers or as an accessory.[60][61]

Some MacBooks are affected by the iSeeYou vulnerability, potentially allowing their iSight cameras to record the user without the user's knowledge.[62][63]

Supported operating systems[edit]

Supported macOS releases[edit]

Supported Windows versions[edit]

  1. ^Windows XP can only be installed on Macs with Boot Camp 3 or earlier. This includes Mac OS X or earlier and copies of Mac OS X that have not been updated to Boot Camp 4.
  2. ^ abWindows Vista can only be installed on Macs with Boot Camp 3 or earlier. This includes Mac OS X or earlier and copies of Mac OS X that have not been updated to Boot Camp 4.
  3. ^The bit version of Windows 7 can only be installed on Macs with Boot Camp to This includes OS X and earlier.
  4. ^The bit version of Windows 7 can only be installed on Macs with Boot Camp or later, running macOS High Sierra or earlier. Later versions of macOS no longer support Windows 7.

Timeline of the MacBook family

See also: Timeline of Macintosh models

See also[edit]

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You may have noticed that sometimes you can not power on and boot a MacBook Pro when it doesn&#;t have a battery installed. Let&#;s say you had to remove the battery of an older MacBook Pro because it was swelling, or the battery failed for some other reason, but when you go to power on the MacBook Pro, nothing happens. (To be clear, this article is aimed at older MacBook Pro model years, like a , , , , , , back when replacing a battery, hard disk, RAM, was all fairly easy to do by opening the bottom case).

In this situation, if a battery is removed or totally dead and you attempt to start the MacBook Pro, nothing happens &#; there is no sound, no system boot, no startup chime, nothing. It turns out that some model year MacBook Pro computers will not boot with a simple power button press after the battery has been physically removed or disconnected.

Of course if you happen to have a replacement battery then you can typically just replace the missing battery with a working battery and the MacBook Pro will boot, but that is not always an option. So let&#;s discuss how to boot an older MacBook Pro when there is no battery present at all.

How to Boot MacBook Pro with No Battery Installed

We are assuming the MacBook Pro has no battery installed in the computer, meaning there physically is no battery installed. Then, when attempting to boot the Mac or pressing the start button, nothing happens. In this case, you can force the MacBook Pro to boot by following these steps:

  1. Unplug the MagSafe power cable
  2. Hold down the Power button for 10 seconds and continue to hold it down
  3. While still holding the Power button, connect the MagSafe power cable to the MacBook Pro and continue to hold the Power button for another 10 seconds
  4. Release the Power button, then press the Power button as usual to power on the computer and boot the Mac

When the MacBook Pro does boot, the fans will be blasting at full speed for the entire time you are using the Mac (resetting SMC or PRAM does not stop the fans running, only replacing the battery will).

Also it appears that the MacBook Pro will reduce its own clock speed in this situation, thereby reducing performance.

The only way to stop the fans from running at full speed and to return the clock speed to regular performance is to install a new battery into the MacBook Pro.

I experienced this scenario on an old MacBook Pro model after removing a swollen battery. Once the battery was removed you can press the power button but nothing happens. However, the above method of disconnecting and reconnecting MagSafe while holding the Power button was successful in starting up the Mac &#; with fans running at full speed and at reduced clock speed however. Nonetheless, Snow Leopard still runs well!

As you can see in the screenshot below, the &#;No Battery&#; indicator is visible, but the MacBook Pro is booted and working.

MacBook Pro booted without a battery

And indeed, this particular MacBook Pro has no physical battery installed as you can see the internals in this picture:

MacBook Pro with no battery will not boot with normal power press

Powering Up a MacBook Pro After Replacing Battery, Logic Board, Hard Drive, RAM, etc too

Apparently the same aforementioned scenario of the MacBook / MacBook Pro not starting up can also unfold when replacing other internal components on these older model year MacBook Pro (, , , , , , etc), including replaced logic boards, internal hard drives, RAM, battery, and perhaps other hardware components too.

With some other internal component replacements, sometimes simply plugging in the MagSafe adapter and holding the power button for 10 seconds is enough to cause the MacBook Pro to start.

Also, Check the Power Adapter Wattage

For what it&#;s worth, in some scenarios where the battery appears dead but is not actually (ie, the charge is long drained but the battery itself isn&#;t completely useless yet), then you may be able to successfully boot the MacBook Pro with a proper wattage MagSafe power adapter of 85W. These older model year MacBook Pro computers use 85W power adapters, whereas the MacBook and MacBook Air of the same generation used 60W power adapters. Sometimes simply plugging in the proper higher wattage power adapter will allow the MacBook Pro to boot.

This MagSafe power button pressing solution was found on iFixIt forums and it worked for me, so if you&#;re in a similar scenario with an older MacBook Pro then try it out yourself. If for some reason the above method does not work, the original forum poster does state the following possible workaround involving moving a RAM module to a different slot (if applicable):

&#;If that doesn&#;t work then try to remove one RAM memory [module] and switch places and [repeat] the method&#;

In my case this juggling of the RAM module was not necessary to boot the MacBook Pro (a model year) without a battery, but that additional tidbit may be valid to you.

This article is obviously aimed at older MacBook Pro hardware, but it may be relevant to other older MacBook models too, including similar model year (, , , , , ) MacBook and MacBook Air, and perhaps even some newer MacBook Pro models too. By the way, if you&#;re rocking an older Mac and want to speed it up, check out these tips.

Of course newer model year MacBook (Pro &#; Air too) hardware does not have user serviceable batteries and in some cases the battery is glued to the top case, so in those situations the ability to end up in a situation where the computer doesn&#;t have a battery is much less likely, and any troubleshooting scenario is going to be much more extreme requiring a more thorough hardware repair that is far beyond the scope of this particular article. In those situations, take the Mac to a certified Apple Repair Specialist or an Apple Store instead.

Long live the old Macs! Does this qualify for retro status yet? Probably not&#; give it a bit longer.

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