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The blinking question mark usually happens with faulty drive in this series.
 
Inspect your SSD connector to logic board for corrosion or damage. Most likely your SSD drive is gone.
 
Yo'llYou'll need to test it with an Apple SSD to USB adapter and connect it another Mac, or buy new SSD.
Yo'llYou'll need to test it with an Apple SSD to USB adapter and connect it another Mac, or buy new SSD.
 
MacBook Air 2013 SSD's are PCIe based. Proprietary to Apple as explained here:
 
[http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html|EveryMac - MacBook Air Q&A]
 
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The blinking question mark usually happens with faulty drive in this series.
 
Inspect your SSD connector to logic board for corrosion or damage. Most likely your SSD drive is gone.
 
Yo'll need to test it with an Apple SSD to USB adapter and connect it you another Mac, oror buy new SSD.
Yo'll need to test it with an Apple SSD to USB adapter and connect it you another Mac, oror buy new SSD.
 
MacBook Air 2013 SSD's are PCIe based. Proprietary to Apple as explained here:
 
[http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html|EveryMac - MacBook Air Q&A]
 
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The blinking question mark usually happens with faulty drive in this series.
 
Inspect your SSD connector to logic board for corrosion or damage. Most likely your SSD drive is gone.
 
Yo'll need to test it with an Apple SSD to USB adapter and connect it you another Mac, or buy new SSD.
 
MacBook Air 2013 SSD's are PCIe based. Proprietary to Apple as explained here:
 
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html[http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html|EveryMac - MacBook Air Q&A]
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html[http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html|EveryMac - MacBook Air Q&A]
 
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questionThe blinking question mark usually happenhappens with faulty drivedrive in this series.
questionThe blinking question mark usually happenhappens with faulty drivedrive in this series.
 
inspectInspect your ssdSSD connector to logic board but probablyfor corrosion or damage. Most likely your ssd SSD drive is gone.
inspectInspect your ssdSSD connector to logic board but probablyfor corrosion or damage. Most likely your ssd SSD drive is gone.
 
you mustYo'll need to test it with an adapter not easyApple SSD to find orUSB adapter and connect it you another Mac, or buy new ssdSSD.
you mustYo'll need to test it with an adapter not easyApple SSD to find orUSB adapter and connect it you another Mac, or buy new ssdSSD.
 
macbook airMacBook Air 2013 ssd'sSSD's are pcie basedPCIe based. Proprietary of appleto Apple as explained here:
macbook airMacBook Air 2013 ssd'sSSD's are pcie basedPCIe based. Proprietary of appleto Apple as explained here:
 
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html
 
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question mark usually happen with faulty drive.
 
inspect your ssd connector to logic board but probably your ssd is gone.
 
you must test it with an adapter not easy to find or buy new ssd.
 
macbook air 2013 ssd's are pcie based propertyProprietary of apple explained here:
macbook air 2013 ssd's are pcie based propertyProprietary of apple explained here:
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html
 
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question mark usually happen with faulty drive.
 
inspect your ssd connector to logic board but probably your ssd is gone.
 
you must test it with an adapter not easy to find.find or buy new ssd.

macbook air 2013 ssd's are pcie based property of apple explained here:
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html
you must test it with an adapter not easy to find.find or buy new ssd.

macbook air 2013 ssd's are pcie based property of apple explained here:
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook-air/macbook-air-faq/macbook-air-mid-2013-how-to-replace-upgrade-ssd-storage.html
 
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question mark usually happen with faulty drive.

inspect your ssd connector to logic board but probably your ssd is gone.

you must test it with an adapter not easy to find.

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