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현재 버전 게시자: Martin ,

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I can answer fourfive of your questions.
I can answer fourfive of your questions.
 
# Yes, the Logic Board is the same thing as a Motherboard. I personally don't know why it's named a "logic board" instead of a mobo. The picture you provided tells me that you can be 100% sure it is the discrete (NVIDIA) GPU that is failing. The rest of the components on the board should be fine.
# Data recovery from a SATA drive is easy. Buy the enclosure I have linked to below, remove the hard drive using the guide I have linked to below. Once you have removed the hard drive, place it inside the enclosure and plug it into a computer (doesn't matter what OS) and you can then view the files inside the drive as if you were viewing files in a USB drive. You may have to do some digging thru folders and directories, though.
# If you were to take your MBP to an Apple Store you would be laughed at because of how old this machine is. Apple won’t touch your machine, unless you are having them throw it in the trash. Apple Tech Support won’t be much help either. They will just tell you to buy a new machine and toss your old machine.
# If you are looking for a professional to repair your device, I believe @mayer has a mail-in program for fixing broken Macs. His e-mail is mayer@door.net if you are interested.
# Repair would be much cheaper than replacing your device by far. Just visit Apple’s website and see the outrageous prices for their new machines and you will see what I mean.
 
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원문 게시자: Martin ,

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I can answer four of your questions.

# Yes, the Logic Board is the same thing as a Motherboard. I personally don't know why it's named a "logic board" instead of a mobo. The picture you provided tells me that you can be 100% sure it is the discrete (NVIDIA) GPU that is failing. The rest of the components on the board should be fine.
# Data recovery from a SATA drive is easy. Buy the enclosure I have linked to below, remove the hard drive using the guide I have linked to below. Once you have removed the hard drive, place it inside the enclosure and plug it into a computer (doesn't matter what OS) and you can then view the files inside the drive as if you were viewing files in a USB drive. You may have to do some digging thru folders and directories, though.
# If you were to take your MBP to an Apple Store you would be laughed at because of how old this machine is. Apple won’t touch your machine, unless you are having them throw it in the trash. Apple Tech Support won’t be much help either. They will just tell you to buy a new machine and toss your old machine.
# If you are looking for a professional to repair your device, I believe @mayer has a mail-in program for fixing broken Macs. His e-mail is mayer@door.net if you are interested.

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[product|IF107-131]

[guide|670]

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