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machead3:
 
Sadly not, nono solution yet. I did open the machine up using the iFixit guide and have a look around, but the internal layout is pretty different to the 15" and 17" models which, as I noted above, have illustrated guides available to track down the faulty sensor. In any case, the problem on those is the trackpad sensor, which I found doesn't exist on the 12".
Sadly not, nono solution yet. I did open the machine up using the iFixit guide and have a look around, but the internal layout is pretty different to the 15" and 17" models which, as I noted above, have illustrated guides available to track down the faulty sensor. In any case, the problem on those is the trackpad sensor, which I found doesn't exist on the 12".
 
Unfortunately the machine is not really functional. It's only useable for five minutes before it starts repeatedly falling asleep. So its data has been moved elsewhere and all it's doing at the moment is sitting on my shelf.
 
I took it into a Genius Bar here in London; as I suspected they suggested replacing the whole logic board. This is obviously not economically sensible. Seems such a pity that this tiny component is making an otherwise-functional computer useless.
 
I thought this topic would have been forgotten about long ago - thanks for digging it up! Have you any ideas?

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Teymur ,

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machead3:

Sadly not, no. I did open the machine up using the iFixit guide and have a look around, but the internal layout is pretty different to the 15" and 17" models which, as I noted above, have illustrated guides available to track down the faulty sensor. In any case, the problem on those is the trackpad sensor, which I found doesn't exist on the 12".

Unfortunately the machine is not really functional. It's only useable for five minutes before it starts repeatedly falling asleep. So its data has been moved elsewhere and all it's doing at the moment is sitting on my shelf.

I took it into a Genius Bar here in London; as I suspected they suggested replacing the whole logic board. This is obviously not economically sensible. Seems such a pity that this tiny component is making an otherwise-functional computer useless.

I thought this topic would have been forgotten about long ago - thanks for digging it up! Have you any ideas?

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