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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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Thanks zogoibi for millions. I had the same issue like you had, I didn't know what to do until you gave me a very good idea so that I finally fixed my Macbook Air 13. I'd like to share my experience.
 
I have a late 2010 Macbook Air 13inch, I created 3 partition on a 256 SSD. One is for 10.6.4 (Extended Journaled), one for Data (exFAT) and one for Windows 7. Everything worked fine until I changed Data partition drive letter from F: to D:, it really messed up with the boot loader. I only had a greyish white screen without anything on it when I reboot my Mac.
 
I've tried all the usual fixes and combinations:
 
-plugin* Plugin the USB bootable installation drive and hold down OPTION key
* Reset the SMC
* Reset the PRAM - get the startup sound back
* Hold down C key when boot
* Single mode
* Target mode
* Battery powered, MagSafe powered...
-plugin* Plugin the USB bootable installation drive and hold down OPTION key
* Reset the SMC
* Reset the PRAM - get the startup sound back
* Hold down C key when boot
* Single mode
* Target mode
* Battery powered, MagSafe powered...
 
-reset the SMC

-reset the PRAM - get the startup sound back

-hold down C key when boot

-single mode

-target mode

-battery powered, magsafe powered...

you
You name it, I tried them all, but nothing works, I just get the chime and the permanent white screen.

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=== Update (12/29/2015) ===

Post 2
-reset the SMC

-reset the PRAM - get the startup sound back

-hold down C key when boot

-single mode

-target mode

-battery powered, magsafe powered...

you
You name it, I tried them all, but nothing works, I just get the chime and the permanent white screen.

Continued to post 2

=== Update (12/29/2015) ===

Post 2
 
And these are what you need:
 
- a pantalobe* A Pentalobe P5 screw driver to remove the back cover on Mac
* A T5 Torx screw driver to remove a screw on the SSD drive
* A bootable USB Mac OS X installation drive
* An external drive, it need minimum 50GB capacity
- a pantalobe* A Pentalobe P5 screw driver to remove the back cover on Mac
* A T5 Torx screw driver to remove a screw on the SSD drive
* A bootable USB Mac OS X installation drive
* An external drive, it need minimum 50GB capacity
 
- a T5 Torx screw driver to remove a screw on the SSD drive

- a bootable USB Mac OSX installation drive

- an external drive, it need minimum 50GB capacity

How
How to uninstall the SSD on Mac tutorial:

[guide|4505]

Now
[guide|4505] Now let's do it!

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=== Update (12/29/2015) ===

Post 3
- a T5 Torx screw driver to remove a screw on the SSD drive

- a bootable USB Mac OSX installation drive

- an external drive, it need minimum 50GB capacity

How
How to uninstall the SSD on Mac tutorial:

[guide|4505]

Now
[guide|4505] Now let's do it!

Continued to post 3

=== Update (12/29/2015) ===

Post 3
 
Solution 1:
* Shut down Mac, unplugged power adapter
* Opened the back cover on Mac
* Disconnected battery connecter for safety
* Uninstalled SSD from Mac
* Plugged in USB bootable installation drive
* Connected battery connecter
* Rebooted Mac without connecting the SSD
 
- shut down Mac, unplugged power adapter

- opened the back cover on Mac

- disconnected battery connecter for safety

- uninstalled SSD from Mac

- plugged in USB bootable installation drive

- connected battery connecter

- rebooted Mac without connecting the SSD

- it
It could be booted from the USB drive, and I finally went into Recovery Mode. I could use tools like Disk Utility, Startup Disk and Terminal, ect. ButBut, I discovered one thing right away, I couldn't set my USB drive as a startup drive sincere there is only one option which was network drive (with a question mark).
- shut down Mac, unplugged power adapter

- opened the back cover on Mac

- disconnected battery connecter for safety

- uninstalled SSD from Mac

- plugged in USB bootable installation drive

- connected battery connecter

- rebooted Mac without connecting the SSD

- it
It could be booted from the USB drive, and I finally went into Recovery Mode. I could use tools like Disk Utility, Startup Disk and Terminal, ect. ButBut, I discovered one thing right away, I couldn't set my USB drive as a startup drive sincere there is only one option which was network drive (with a question mark).
 
I installed the SSD back, I rebooted it, I still got the same problem like before, a dead white screen.
 
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=== Update (12/29/2015) ===
 
Solution 2:
* Removed SSD from Mac
* Connected USB installation drive
* Rebooted Mac, it booted from USB drive, goes to Recovery mode
* Connected an external USB drive (suggest using 40GB+ drive)
* Installed a new OS X on the external USB drive.
* Rebooted Mac pressing '''Option''' key, launched "Startup Disk" tools when in the Recovery Mode, and chose the external drive as a startup disk.
* Shut down Mac, installed SSD in Mac
* Booted Mac, it loaded the OS-X from the external drive
* Launch Disk Utility under OS-X, you would see you have the SSD back.
* Repartitioned SSD, reinstalled OS-X
 
-Removed SSD from Mac

-connected USB installation drive

-rebooted Mac
Chime, it booted from USB drive, goes to Recovery mode

-connected an external USB drive (suggest using 40GB+ drive)

-installed a new OSX on the external USB drive.

-rebooted Mac pressing Option key, launched "Startup Disk" tools when in the Recovery Mode, and chose the external drive as a startup disk.

-Shut down Mac, installed SSD in Mac

-Booted Mac, it loaded the OSX from the external drive

-Launch Disk Utility under OSX, you would see you have the SSD back.

-Repartitioned SSD, reinstalled OSX

-Chime, it works!!!

Hope
works! Hope this can help, good luck!
-Removed SSD from Mac

-connected USB installation drive

-rebooted Mac
Chime, it booted from USB drive, goes to Recovery mode

-connected an external USB drive (suggest using 40GB+ drive)

-installed a new OSX on the external USB drive.

-rebooted Mac pressing Option key, launched "Startup Disk" tools when in the Recovery Mode, and chose the external drive as a startup disk.

-Shut down Mac, installed SSD in Mac

-Booted Mac, it loaded the OSX from the external drive

-Launch Disk Utility under OSX, you would see you have the SSD back.

-Repartitioned SSD, reinstalled OSX

-Chime, it works!!!

Hope
works! Hope this can help, good luck!

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편집 작업: Bernice ,

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Post 1
 
Thanks zogoibi for millions. I had the same issue like you had, I didn't know what to do until you gave me a very good idea so that I finally fixed my Macbook Air 13. I'd like to share my experience.
 
I have a late 2010 Macbook Air 13inch, I created 3 partition on a 256 SSD. One is for 10.6.4 (Extended Journaled), one for Data (exFAT) and one for Windows 7. Everything worked fine until I changed Data partition drive letter from F: to D:, it really messed up with the boot loader. I only had a greyish white screen without anything on it when I reboot my Mac.
 
I've tried all the usual fixes and combinations:
 
-plugin the USB bootable installation drive and hold down OPTION key
 
-reset the SMC
 
-reset the PRAM - get the startup sound back
 
-hold down C key when boot
 
-single mode
 
-target mode
 
-battery powered, magsafe powered...
 
you name it, I tried them all, but nothing works, I just get the chime and the permanent white screen.
 
Continued to post 2
 
=== Update (12/29/2015) ===
 
Post 2
 
And these are what you need:
 
- a pantalobe P5 screw driver to remove the back cover on Mac
 
- a T5 Torx screw driver to remove a screw on the SSD drive
 
- a bootable USB Mac OSX installation drive
 
- an external drive, it need minimum 50GB capacity
 
How to uninstall the SSD on Mac tutorial:
 
[guide|4505]
 
Now let's do it!
 
Continued to post 3
 
=== Update (12/29/2015) ===
 
Post 3
 
Solution 1:
 
- shut down Mac, unplugged power adapter
 
- opened the back cover on Mac
 
- disconnected battery connecter for safety
 
- uninstalled SSD from Mac
 
- plugged in USB bootable installation drive
 
- connected battery connecter
 
- rebooted Mac without connecting the SSD
 
- it could be booted from the USB drive, and I finally went into Recovery Mode. I could use tools like Disk Utility, Startup Disk and Terminal, ect. But I discovered one thing right away, I couldn't set my USB drive as a startup drive sincere there is only one option which was network drive (with a question mark).
 
I installed the SSD back, I rebooted it, I still got the same problem like before, a dead white screen.
 
continued to post 4
 
=== Update (12/29/2015) ===
 
Solution 2:
 
-Removed SSD from Mac
 
-connected USB installation drive
 
-rebooted Mac, it booted from USB drive, goes to Recovery mode
 
-connected an external USB drive (suggest using 40GB+ drive)
 
-installed a new OSX on the external USB drive.
 
-rebooted Mac pressing Option key, launched "Startup Disk" tools when in the Recovery Mode, and chose the external drive as a startup disk.
 
-Shut down Mac, installed SSD in Mac
 
-Booted Mac, it loaded the OSX from the external drive
 
-Launch Disk Utility under OSX, you would see you have the SSD back.
 
-Repartitioned SSD, reinstalled OSX
 
-Chime, it works!!!
 
Hope this can help, good luck!

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편집 작업: Bernice ,

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Post 1
 
Thanks zogoibi for millions. I had the same issue like you had, I didn't know what to do until you gave me a very good idea so that I finally fixed my Macbook Air 13. I'd like to share my experience.
 
I have a late 2010 Macbook Air 13inch, I created 3 partition on a 256 SSD. One is for 10.6.4 (Extended Journaled), one for Data (exFAT) and one for Windows 7. Everything worked fine until I changed Data partition drive letter from F: to D:, it really messed up with the boot loader. I only had a greyish white screen without anything on it when I reboot my Mac.
 
I've tried all the usual fixes and combinations:
 
-plugin the USB bootable installation drive and hold down OPTION key
 
-reset the SMC
 
-reset the PRAM - get the startup sound back
 
-hold down C key when boot
 
-single mode
 
-target mode
 
-battery powered, magsafe powered...
 
you name it, I tried them all, but nothing works, I just get the chime and the permanent white screen.
 
Continued to post 2
 
=== Update (12/29/2015) ===
 
Post 2
 
And these are what you need:
 
- a pantalobe P5 screw driver to remove the back cover on Mac
 
- a T5 Torx screw driver to remove a screw on the SSD drive
 
- a bootable USB Mac OSX installation drive
 
- an external drive, it need minimum 50GB capacity
 
How to uninstall the SSD on Mac tutorial:
 
[guide|4505]
 
Now let's do it!
 
Continued to post 3
 
=== Update (12/29/2015) ===
 
Post 3
 
Solution 1:
 
- shut down Mac, unplugged power adapter
 
- opened the back cover on Mac
 
- disconnected battery connecter for safety
 
- uninstalled SSD from Mac
 
- plugged in USB bootable installation drive
 
- connected battery connecter
 
- rebooted Mac without connecting the SSD
 
- it could be booted from the USB drive, and I finally went into Recovery Mode. I could use tools like Disk Utility, Startup Disk and Terminal, ect. But I discovered one thing right away, I couldn't set my USB drive as a startup drive sincere there is only one option which was network drive (with a question mark).
 
I installed the SSD back, I rebooted it, I still got the same problem like before, a dead white screen.
 
continued to post 4

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편집 작업: Bernice ,

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Post 1
 
Thanks zogoibi for millions. I had the same issue like you had, I didn't know what to do until you gave me a very good idea so that I finally fixed my Macbook Air 13. I'd like to share my experience.
 
I have a late 2010 Macbook Air 13inch, I created 3 partition on a 256 SSD. One is for 10.6.4 (Extended Journaled), one for Data (exFAT) and one for Windows 7. Everything worked fine until I changed Data partition drive letter from F: to D:, it really messed up with the boot loader. I only had a greyish white screen without anything on it when I reboot my Mac.
 
I've tried all the usual fixes and combinations:
 
-plugin the USB bootable installation drive and hold down OPTION key
 
-reset the SMC
 
-reset the PRAM - get the startup sound back
 
-hold down C key when boot
 
-single mode
 
-target mode
 
-battery powered, magsafe powered...
 
you name it, I tried them all, but nothing works, I just get the chime and the permanent white screen.
 
Continued to post 2
 
=== Update (12/29/2015) ===
 
Post 2
 
And these are what you need:
 
- a pantalobe P5 screw driver to remove the back cover on Mac
 
- a T5 Torx screw driver to remove a screw on the SSD drive
 
- a bootable USB Mac OSX installation drive
 
- an external drive, it need minimum 50GB capacity
 
How to uninstall the SSD on Mac tutorial:
 
[guide|4505]
 
Now let's do it!
 
Continued to post 3

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원문 게시자: Bernice ,

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Post 1

Thanks zogoibi  for millions. I had the same issue like you had, I didn't know what to do until you gave me a very good idea so that I finally fixed my Macbook Air 13. I'd like to share my experience.

I have a late 2010 Macbook Air 13inch, I created 3 partition on a 256 SSD. One is for 10.6.4 (Extended Journaled), one for Data (exFAT)  and one for Windows 7. Everything worked fine until I changed Data partition drive letter from F: to D:, it really messed up with the boot loader. I only had a greyish white screen without anything on it when I reboot my Mac.

I've tried all the usual fixes and combinations:

-plugin the USB bootable installation drive and hold down OPTION key

-reset the SMC

-reset the PRAM - get the startup sound back

-hold down C key when boot

-single mode

-target mode

-battery powered, magsafe powered...

you name it, I tried them all, but nothing works, I just get the chime and the permanent white screen.

Continued to post 2

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