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Versione corrente di: Dan ,

Titolo:

NO POWER Mac mini 2011. Suspect logic board. Anyone tried oven bake?

Testo:

Hi there,
 
Basically, my A1347 i7 2.0 GHz Quad Core Mac Mini is 13 months old and I left it on sleep overnight to wake up and find it stone cold dead. No startup chime, no light, nothing. I have tested the cable with a multimeter and all is fine. I have also done the obvious SMC and PRAM resets. I have removed the internal power suply and got a stready 12V DC supply on the motherboard end. I know that this does not verify that it is not dead as I would have to test current draw but it is very unlikely that it is the culprit from what I have read....
Basically, my A1347 i7 2.0 GHz Quad Core Mac Mini is 13 months old and I left it on sleep overnight to wake up and find it stone cold dead. No startup chime, no light, nothing. I have tested the cable with a multimeter and all is fine. I have also done the obvious SMC and PRAM resets. I have removed the internal power suply and got a stready 12V DC supply on the motherboard end. I know that this does not verify that it is not dead as I would have to test current draw but it is very unlikely that it is the culprit from what I have read....
 
Anyway, I suspect itI have tested the cable with a multimeter and all is fine. I have also done the logic board!! Has anyone had success getting a logic board repaired or baking one inobvious SMC and PRAM resets. I have removed the oven? With suchinternal power supply and got a new macsteady 12 volts DC supply on the motherboard end. I canknow this does not believeverify that it and am nowis not loving mac at alldead as I would have to test current draw but it is very unlikely that it is the culprit from what I have read....
Anyway, I suspect itI have tested the cable with a multimeter and all is fine. I have also done the logic board!! Has anyone had success getting a logic board repaired or baking one inobvious SMC and PRAM resets. I have removed the oven? With suchinternal power supply and got a new macsteady 12 volts DC supply on the motherboard end. I canknow this does not believeverify that it and am nowis not loving mac at alldead as I would have to test current draw but it is very unlikely that it is the culprit from what I have read....
 
I had a 2.6 macbook pro also die this year...Anyway, I was able to getsuspect it back in action byis the logic board! Has anyone had success getting a logic board repaired or baking the logicboardone in the ovenoven? With such a new mac I can not believe it and am now not loving Mac at 200 degrees for around 8 minutes!! It had slightly different symptoms as I still had some sign of life but a repeating startup chime... This was common for these macsall.
I had a 2.6 macbook pro also die this year...Anyway, I was able to getsuspect it back in action byis the logic board! Has anyone had success getting a logic board repaired or baking the logicboardone in the ovenoven? With such a new mac I can not believe it and am now not loving Mac at 200 degrees for around 8 minutes!! It had slightly different symptoms as I still had some sign of life but a repeating startup chime... This was common for these macsall.
 
The mac mini is different as it is still the latest model and there is very little info... I think I am really unlucky forI had a server model to2.6 MacBook Pro also die just after the 1 year warranty... what a disasterthis year... I think I have lost my faithwas able to get it back in Appleaction by baking the logic board in the oven at 200 degrees for around 8 minutes! It had slightly different symptoms as my 5 year old PC isI still going stronghad some sign of life but a repeating startup chime. This was common for these Macs.
The mac mini is different as it is still the latest model and there is very little info... I think I am really unlucky forI had a server model to2.6 MacBook Pro also die just after the 1 year warranty... what a disasterthis year... I think I have lost my faithwas able to get it back in Appleaction by baking the logic board in the oven at 200 degrees for around 8 minutes! It had slightly different symptoms as my 5 year old PC isI still going stronghad some sign of life but a repeating startup chime. This was common for these Macs.
 
thanksThe Mac Mini is different as it is still the latest model and there is very little info. I think I am really unlucky for any possible insight,a server model to die just after the 1 year warranty. What a disaster! I think I have lost my faith in Apple as my 5 year old PC is still going strong
thanksThe Mac Mini is different as it is still the latest model and there is very little info. I think I am really unlucky for any possible insight,a server model to die just after the 1 year warranty. What a disaster! I think I have lost my faith in Apple as my 5 year old PC is still going strong
 
NDThanks for any possible insight, ND
NDThanks for any possible insight, ND

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Mac Mini Mid 2011

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Modifica di: mayer (dettagli voto) ,

Titolo:

NO POWER Mac mini 2011. Suspect logic board. Anyone tried oven bake?

Testo:

Hi there,

Basically, my A1347 i7 2.0 GHz Quad Core Mac Mini is 13 months old and I left it on sleep overnight to wake up and find it stone cold dead. No startup chime, no light, nothing. I have tested the cable with a multimeter and all is fine. I have also done the obvious SMC and PRAM resets. I have removed the internal power suply and got a stready 12V DC supply on the motherboard end. I know that this does not verify that it is not dead as I would have to test current draw but it is very unlikely that it is the culprit from what I have read....

Anyway, I suspect it is the logic board!! Has anyone had success getting a logic board repaired or baking one in the oven? With such a new mac I can not believe it and am now not loving mac at all.

I had a 2.6 macbook pro also die this year... I was able to get it back in action by baking the logicboard in the oven at 200 degrees for around 8 minutes!! It had slightly different symptoms as I still had some sign of life but a repeating startup chime... This was common for these macs.

The mac mini is different as it is still the latest model and there is very little info... I think I am really unlucky for a server model to die just after the 1 year warranty... what a disaster... I think I have lost my faith in Apple as my 5 year old PC is still going strong

thanks for any possible insight,

ND

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Mid 2011

Stato:

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Risposta Accettata:

194632

Modifica di: NickD ,

Titolo:

NO POWER Mac mini 2011. Suspect logic board. Anyone tried oven bake?

Testo:

Hi there,

Basically, my A1347 i7 2.0 GHz Quad Core Mac Mini is 13 months old and I left it on sleep overnight to wake up and find it stone cold dead. No startup chime, no light, nothing. I have tested the cable with a multimeter and all is fine. I have also done the obvious SMC and PRAM resets. I have removed the internal power suply and got a stready 12V DC supply on the motherboard end. I know that this does not verify that it is not dead as I would have to test current draw but it is very unlikely that it is the culprit from what I have read....

Anyway, I suspect it is the logic board!! Has anyone had success getting a logic board repaired or baking one in the oven? With such a new mac I can not believe it and am now not loving mac at all.

I had a 2.6 macbook pro also die this year... I was able to get it back in action by baking the logicboard in the oven at 200 degrees for around 8 minutes!! It had slightly different symptoms as I still had some sign of life but a repeating startup chime... This was common for these macs.

The mac mini is different as it is still the latest model and there is very little info... I think I am really unlucky for a server model to die just after the 1 year warranty... what a disaster... I think I have lost my faith in Apple as my 5 year old PC is still going strong

thanks for any possible insight,

ND

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Mid 2011
Mac Mini Mid 2011

Stato:

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Modifica di: oldturkey03 ,

Titolo:

NO POWER Mac mini 2011. Suspect logic board. Anyone tried oven bake?

Testo:

Hi there,

Basically, my A1347 i7 2.0 GHz Quad Core Mac Mini is 13 months old and I left it on sleep overnight to wake up and find it stone cold dead. No startup chime, no light, nothing. I have tested the cable with a multimeter and all is fine. I have also done the obvious SMC and PRAM resets. I have removed the internal power suply and got a stready 12V DC supply on the motherboard end. I know that this does not verify that it is not dead as I would have to test current draw but it is very unlikely that it is the culprit from what I have read....

Anyway, I suspect it is the logic board!! Has anyone had success getting a logic board repaired or baking one in the oven? With such a new mac I can not believe it and am now not loving mac at all.

I had a 2.6 macbook pro also die this year... I was able to get it back in action by baking the logicboard in the oven at 200 degrees for around 8 minutes!! It had slightly different symptoms as I still had some sign of life but a repeating startup chime... This was common for these macs.

The mac mini is different as it is still the latest model and there is very little info... I think I am really unlucky for a server model to die just after the 1 year warranty... what a disaster... I think I have lost my faith in Apple as my 5 year old PC is still going strong

thanks for any possible insight,

ND

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Server i7 2.0 Quad Core Mid 2011 (A1347)
Mac Mini Server i7 2.0 Quad Core Mid 2011 (A1347)

Stato:

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Post originale di: NickD ,

Titolo:

NO POWER Mac mini 2011. Suspect logic board. Anyone tried oven bake?

Testo:

Hi there,

Basically, my A1347 i7 2.0 GHz Quad Core Mac Mini is 13 months old and I left it on sleep overnight to wake up and find it stone cold dead. No startup chime, no light, nothing. I have tested the cable with a multimeter and all is fine. I have also done the obvious SMC and PRAM resets. I have removed the internal power suply and got a stready 12V DC supply on the motherboard end. I know that this does not verify that it is not dead as I would have to test current draw but it is very unlikely that it is the culprit from what I have read....

Anyway, I suspect it is the logic board!! Has anyone had success getting a logic board repaired or baking one in the oven? With such a new mac I can not believe it and am now not loving mac at all.

I had a 2.6 macbook pro also die this year... I was able to get it back in action by baking the logicboard in the oven at 200 degrees for around 8 minutes!! It had slightly different symptoms as I still had some sign of life but a repeating startup chime... This was common for these macs.

The mac mini is different as it is still the latest model and there is very little info... I think I am really unlucky for a server model to die just after the 1 year warranty... what a disaster... I think I have lost my faith in Apple as my 5 year old PC is still going strong

thanks for any possible insight,

ND

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Server i7 2.0 Quad Core Mid 2011 (A1347)

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