MacBook Pro :: How To Remove Or Install Battery

Apr 12, 2012

I removed battery without turning off my mac book pro. Now it will not boot up or remove cd. I tried restarting with eject, spacebar, command e, option, trackpad, and f12 depressed, individually each time to no avail. I installed a 2 gb. ram kit and loaded OSX Snow Leopard after removing battery.

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MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.4.11)

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MacBook :: Way To Remove Or Install Battery

Apr 2, 2012

I just purchased a new battery for my MacBook summer 2008 computer. Is there anything special I need to do besides pop it in the computer and let it charge? How long for the first time?

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Apr 13, 2012

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Apr 25, 2012

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May 18, 2012

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Jan 5, 2011

My MBP was recently squished in a motorcycle accident and its hard drive and superdrive were destroyed. Is it possible to buy a new hard drive, put it in an external USB 2.0 enclosure, then install OS X on it using the discs that came with my destroyed MBP in a different Mac, then put the hard drive into the squished computer and have it use that hard drive as its startup disk? The motherboard on the squished computer is fine, I just can't install OS X on it because it has a broken superdrive.

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Should Remove Macbook Pro 17 Battery When Using AC

Feb 18, 2012

The owners' manual does not address this issue. I have an early 2008 model MB166LL/A with the easily removed battery. I normally use my laptop plugged in with the AC adaptor, but at least once a week I use the battery, usually discharging it until the last warning pops up before it goes dead. I only got 242 cycles out of the second battery purchased at and installed by the nearest Apple authorized repair shop about 18 months ago (to replace my first expanded/bulging battery about 18 months after purchase).The second battery is also expanding/bulging and the laptop is shutting down unexpectedly. Battery life indicator shows 2 1/2 hours of life at 99% charge & drop-down states "Service Battery". I have ordered a new battery from Laptop Battery One for $69 to replace myself

I understand battery longevity will vary greatly with usage. I watch no DVDs, play no music, and no games, and use most of the battery saving tips. I do notice the bottom of the case heating up from time to time, but I usually always place it on a hard surface so the bumpers keep the bottom up to allow air circulation.  Is 242 cycles awfully low for a battery (online claims state 400-800 cycles)? Should I remove my new battery when using AC?

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MacBook Pro (17-inch Early 2008), Mac OS X (10.7.2), Now replacing 2nd expanding battery

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MacBook Pro :: Screwdriver To Remove Battery?

Oct 9, 2009

I am looking for a screwdriver or a bit that works to remove the battery in a mid-09 15" Macbook Pro. Instead of the typical tri-wing that Apple has used in the past, this screw is a 5-pointed torx with a post, requiring a special driver to remove it. It is a size-6 (TX6) bit, bit with the 5 points and the post, I cannot find a driver to remove it. Has anyone had success with this?

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Apr 4, 2012

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MacBook Pro :: How To Remove Battery For Cleaning Screen

Jan 7, 2011

y Macbook Pro booklet 'Everything Mac' WARNS: 'The battery in your Macbook can be replaced only by and Apple Authorized Service Provider, or an Apple Retail Store' (page 31). I was even warned, 'mess with the battery and you lose guarantee rights'.

OK - I wont touch the battery, but, hey Mr Apple, how do I clean my screen?

So I look it up on my Apple sanctioned 'Macbook pro users guide' in pdf:
'To clean your MacBook Pro screen, do the following: Shut down your MacBook Pro, unplug the power adapter, and REMOVE the battery.' (page 109)

Appart from the contradicting information, we have to remove the battery to clean our screen?!?

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Feb 3, 2009

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MacBook Pro :: Remove Battery To Perform A SMC Reset On Mid 2010?

May 24, 2012

my macbook pro mid 2010 is indicating that my battery needs to be serviced. Before I call Apple or take it to the Apple store I wanted to reset my smc. I've looked already on how to do it, but I'm not sure whether or not I have to unscrew my macbook pro and remove the battery or if I can perform the SMC reset without it.

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MacBook Pro :: System Running Very Slow - Remove Battery Charger

Aug 22, 2010

I have Mac pro about two months old. I am having problem with my Mac pro When I remove the betray charger, system running very slow and when I cannot charger it will run normal. I believe there is some problem please help me to fixed this I would like to give more details about my macbook pro. I have mac os x version: 10.6.3 model idendifer: macbook pro 7,1 processor speed: 2ghz and i do have warranty. This macbook is only two month. so kindly requst to advice me why my macbook is running slow when i remove the charger.

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MacBook :: Can Remove And Replace The Battery Of White Mid 2010 Model

Mar 12, 2012

I am just curious if I can actually remove and replace the battery of my macbook white mid 2010 model with a special screw driver?

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MacBook (13-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.7.3), Serial number: IQ0351EYF5W

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Feb 25, 2009

On the bottom of my black MacBook, there is a circle that you use to loosen the battery. Today it fell off, so now the silver underneath part is exposed. I keep trying to put the cover back on but it keeps falling out. How do i get it to stay?

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MacBook Pro :: How To Remove Win 7 And Install Only OS X Lion

Feb 12, 2012

I have MacBook Pro I recently format harddisk and install windows 7 and now i have only windows 7 on my mac book pro now I want to remove windows 7 and only install MAC OS x lion but i dont know how can I.

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MacBook :: Remove Or Install Memory?

Mar 11, 2012

I bought 2 GB memory cards to a total of 4GB to upgrade my current memory cards of 1 GB each.I installed and restarted and it showed that one memory card is in use and recognized and the other one remained empty.I re inserted to make sure it connects and ran it again and again it s empty.

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MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.3), MacBook Mid year 2009

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MacBook Pro :: How To Remove Or Install Memory

Apr 13, 2012

I currently have 2gig of memory on my macbook pro laptop. Looking to expand to as much memory as possible for my laptop. From what I can tell the maximum that I can expand to safely is 8 gig.

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MacBook pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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MacBook :: How To Remove Or Install Memory

May 16, 2012

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MacBook, Mac OS X (10.4.11)

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May 28, 2012

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Jun 18, 2012

An urban legend says that if a user replaces a 2GB RAM module with a 4GB RAM module in a Mid-2007 15-inch MacBook Pro, that it will result in a total of 6GB of RAM (if the other RAM slot already has a 2GB RAM module).

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May 18, 2012

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Feb 17, 2010

Installation was easy, I used the ifixit guide. But - and I am still slapping myself for it - I broke the battery during installation.

Following the ifixit guide I removed the battery to have more room for the installation of the SSD. The battery came off very easily, but unfortunately with the socket from the motherboard still attached.

I have tried to reinstall it, but apparently the contact is to loose. It does not stick to the motherboard and I am wondering how Apple attached it in the first place.

My Macbook Air still works on AC - and the Runcore is a breeze - but it will not recognize the battery. That means my svelte MBA is no chained to my desk.

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Apr 7, 2009

I used my Macbook Pro's Time Machine to restore everything on the iMac that I received. However, the battery icon is showing up on the menu bar (in between the bluetooth and airport). Is there a way to remove it? Are there any other problems from restoring files onto an iMac with a Macbook Pro's Time Machine?

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App Store :: Lion Draining MacBook Battery - Can Install It On A Different Users IMac

Jun 13, 2012

Several weeks ago I upgraded my mother's MacBook to Lion. I had also intended to buy lion for myself but my iMac's hard drive died.Since Lion was installed the MacBook's battery life has been very, very poor - even booting up can cost 5%. A lot of people gave been discussing this. I have googled this issue and emailed Apple, but there seems to be no solution on the horizon. So I am going to reinstall Snow Leopard on the MacBook.  I had intended to contact Apple to see if a refund would be possible. However, just yesterday I replaced the hard drive in my iMac and it is working fine now. So I was wondering since I paid for the Lion OS, is okay for me to install it on my iMac rather than attempt to get a refund. Is that legal? And would it work? Would the fact that it was bought using my mother's AppleID (my money though ;)) mean that if I install it on my iMac it will make my computer my morher's computer - meaning my morher's login and details will overwrite mine? 

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Intel Mac :: Remove Or Install Memory?

Mar 29, 2012

For an iMac 27" 3.06 GHZ (DDR3) late 2009 can I add a pair of 2x4GB RAM to the 2x2GB RAM that I already have installed (for a total of 12GB RAM)? They are matched pairs - I'm just not sure if each card has to be the same amount of RAM - in other words stick with 8GB or move up to 16GB.

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iPhoto '11, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Apr 10, 2012

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