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Archive and install your OS if you can. Don't do a clean install unless you need to. However, if you do this I would customize the installation to remove eveything you don't need from it to help slim the OS down. You can load them on later anyway, so why even install them now if they'll just eat hard drive space up. Just my opinion. However, I would install X11 and Rosetta just in case yoou have legacy applications that need it. These are actually useful, but drivers for printers aren't. Some apps actually need to use X11, too. This is why I say keep it.
 
Are your discs retail or the grey disc?
 
== Retail DVD ==
 
Put the disc in the drive and press C or hold the Option key down. Select Mac OS X Install DVD. Let it load to the installer and then install it. The install should explain itself.
 
== Grey DVD ==
 
Put Disc #1 and repeat the first step and press C or Option to boot into it. Let it take it's sweet time. Install from the first disc(don't alter this one; it has the iLife suite and other apps the computer came with. The retail doesn't.)
 
After this, when it says insert Disc #2, put the 2nd DVD in the drive. This should finish the install. Hopefully this fixes the issue. If it doesn't the Bluetooth board is shot. Replace it internally or get a Mac friendly dongle. Look for a Broadcom based one.
After this, when it says insert Disc #2, put the 2nd DVD in the drive. This should finish the install. Hopefully this fixes the issue. If it doesn't the Bluetooth board is shot. Replace it internally or get a Mac friendly dongle. Look for a Broadcom based one.
 
This part is for the Antiglare machine. It will not work in the glossy computer. As such, I assume it's part of the panel if yours is the glossy version. I assume you can, though.
 
[product|IF161-042|MacBook Pro 15" Unibody (Mid 2009) Bluetooth Board]

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

Archive and install your OS if you can. Don't do a clean install unless you need to. However, if you do this I would customize the installation to remove eveything you don't need from it to help slim the OS down. You can load them on later anyway, so why even install them now if they'll just eat hard drive space up. Just my opinion. However, I would install X11 and Rosetta just in case yoou have legacy applications that need it. These are actually useful, but drivers for printers aren't. Some apps actually need to use X11, too. This is why I say keep it.
 
Are your discs retail or the grey disc?
 
== Retail DVD ==
 
Put the disc in the drive and press C or hold the Option key down. Select Mac OS X Install DVD. Let it load to the installer and then install it. The install should explain itself.
 
== Grey DVD ==
 
Put Disc #1 and repeat the first step and press C or Option to boot into it. Let it take it's sweet time. Install from the first disc(don't alter this one; it has the iLife suite and other apps the computer came with. The retail doesn't.)
 
After this, when it says insert Disc #2, put the 2nd DVD in the drive. This should finish the install. Hopefully this fixes the issue. If it doesn't the Bluetooth board is shot. Replace it internally or get a Mac dongle.
 
This part is for the Antiglare machine. It maywill not work in the glossy machine and to be honestcomputer. As such, I don't knowassume it's part of the panel if you can swap it onyours is the glossy version of the laptopversion. I assume you can, though.
This part is for the Antiglare machine. It maywill not work in the glossy machine and to be honestcomputer. As such, I don't knowassume it's part of the panel if you can swap it onyours is the glossy version of the laptopversion. I assume you can, though.
 
[product|IF161-042|MacBook Pro 15" Unibody (Mid 2009) Bluetooth Board]

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

Archive and install your OS if you can. Don't do a clean install unless you need to.nto. However, if you do this I would customize the installation to remove eveything you don't need from it to help slim the OS down. You can load them on later anyway, so why even install them now if they'll just eat hard drive space up. Just my opinion. However, I would install X11 and Rosetta just in case yoou have legacy applications that need it. These are actually useful, but drivers for printers aren't. Some apps actually need to use X11, too. This is why I say keep it.
Archive and install your OS if you can. Don't do a clean install unless you need to.nto. However, if you do this I would customize the installation to remove eveything you don't need from it to help slim the OS down. You can load them on later anyway, so why even install them now if they'll just eat hard drive space up. Just my opinion. However, I would install X11 and Rosetta just in case yoou have legacy applications that need it. These are actually useful, but drivers for printers aren't. Some apps actually need to use X11, too. This is why I say keep it.
 
Are your discs retail or the grey disc?
Are your discs retail or the grey disc?
 
== Retail DVD ==
Put
Put
the disc in the drive and press C or hold the Option key down. Select Mac OS X Install DVD. Let it load to the installer and then install it. The install should explain itself.
Put
Put
the disc in the drive and press C or hold the Option key down. Select Mac OS X Install DVD. Let it load to the installer and then install it. The install should explain itself.
 
== Grey DVD ==
 
Put Disc #1 and repeat the first step and press C or Option to boot into it. Let it take it's sweet time. Install from the first disc(don't alter this one; it has the iLife suite and other apps the computer came with. The retail doesn't.)
After
After
this, when it says insert Disc #2, put the 2nd DVD in the drive. This should finish the install. \
Hopefully
Hopefully this fixes the issue. If it doesn't the Bluetooth board is shot. Replace it internally or get a Mac dongle.
After
After
this, when it says insert Disc #2, put the 2nd DVD in the drive. This should finish the install. \
Hopefully
Hopefully this fixes the issue. If it doesn't the Bluetooth board is shot. Replace it internally or get a Mac dongle.
This part is for the Antiglare machine. It may not work in the glossy machine and to be honest I don't know if you can swap it on the glossy version of the laptop. I assume you can, though.
[product|IF161-042
[product|IF161-042|MacBook Pro 15" Unibody (Mid 2009) Bluetooth Board
]
[product|IF161-042
[product|IF161-042|MacBook Pro 15" Unibody (Mid 2009) Bluetooth Board
]

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

Try and archiveArchive and install of theyour OS if you possibly can,but clickcan. Don't do a clean install unless you need to.n However, if you do this I would customize and click EVERYTHING else out but applications,the installation to remove eveything you don't need from it to help slim the OS down. You can load thosethem on later from disc 2 or the retail disc if you need,anyway, so why even install them now if you use GIMP or any appthey'll just eat hard drive space up. Just my opinion. However, I would install X11 and Rosetta just in case yoou have legacy applications that may need it. These are actually useful, but drivers for printers aren't. Some apps actually need to use X11, leave ittoo. This is why I say keep it.
Try and archiveArchive and install of theyour OS if you possibly can,but clickcan. Don't do a clean install unless you need to.n However, if you do this I would customize and click EVERYTHING else out but applications,the installation to remove eveything you don't need from it to help slim the OS down. You can load thosethem on later from disc 2 or the retail disc if you need,anyway, so why even install them now if you use GIMP or any appthey'll just eat hard drive space up. Just my opinion. However, I would install X11 and Rosetta just in case yoou have legacy applications that may need it. These are actually useful, but drivers for printers aren't. Some apps actually need to use X11, leave ittoo. This is why I say keep it.
 
how you do this is use theAre your discs that came from the storeretail or the computergrey disc?
how you do this is use theAre your discs that came from the storeretail or the computergrey disc?
 
for== Retail DVD ==
Put
the discs with the computer, while it boots, inset disc 1 thenin the drive and press C or hold the Option key down. Select Mac OS X Install DVD. Let it load to the installer and then install it. The install should explain itself.
for== Retail DVD ==
Put
the discs with the computer, while it boots, inset disc 1 thenin the drive and press C or hold the Option key down. Select Mac OS X Install DVD. Let it load to the installer and then install it. The install should explain itself.
 
for a retail copy, hold option while booting== Grey DVD ==
Put Disc #1
and pick "mac OSX install disc"

they go
repeat the first step and press C or Option to boot into it. Let it take it's sweet time. Install from there

This is either a bad Bluetooth module, connection are loose or
the logicboard is at fault

first open the Mac if
first disc(don't alter this is notone; it has the one withiLife suite and other apps the Bluetoothcomputer came with. The retail doesn't.)
After this, when it says insert Disc #2, put the 2nd DVD
in the display, ifdrive. This should finish the install. \
Hopefully this fixes the issue. If
it is, get a dongle

if not, move on

reseat
doesn't the connector(s) for bluetooth and try that, if that works, you are done

if not, change
Bluetooth board is shot. Replace it out and try again

worst case it's the logicboard,
internally or get a dongle if so too

== update ==

i have some good and bad news
Mac dongle.
This part is
for you

Own a matte MacBook Pro?
the dongle is separate,Antiglare machine. It may not work in the bad news is i have no idea about glossy ones,machine and to be honest I don't know if you can swap it could be inon the display hinge or something

here is
glossy version of the part iflaptop. I assume you have antiglare
http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-15-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2009-Bluetooth-Board/IF161-042
can, though.
[product|IF161-042]
for a retail copy, hold option while booting== Grey DVD ==
Put Disc #1
and pick "mac OSX install disc"

they go
repeat the first step and press C or Option to boot into it. Let it take it's sweet time. Install from there

This is either a bad Bluetooth module, connection are loose or
the logicboard is at fault

first open the Mac if
first disc(don't alter this is notone; it has the one withiLife suite and other apps the Bluetoothcomputer came with. The retail doesn't.)
After this, when it says insert Disc #2, put the 2nd DVD
in the display, ifdrive. This should finish the install. \
Hopefully this fixes the issue. If
it is, get a dongle

if not, move on

reseat
doesn't the connector(s) for bluetooth and try that, if that works, you are done

if not, change
Bluetooth board is shot. Replace it out and try again

worst case it's the logicboard,
internally or get a dongle if so too

== update ==

i have some good and bad news
Mac dongle.
This part is
for you

Own a matte MacBook Pro?
the dongle is separate,Antiglare machine. It may not work in the bad news is i have no idea about glossy ones,machine and to be honest I don't know if you can swap it could be inon the display hinge or something

here is
glossy version of the part iflaptop. I assume you have antiglare
http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-15-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2009-Bluetooth-Board/IF161-042
can, though.
[product|IF161-042]

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

Try and archive and install of the OS if you possibly can,but click customize and click EVERYTHING else out but applications, you can load those on later from disc 2 or the retail disc if you need, if you use GIMP or any app that may need X11, leave it
 
how you do this is use the discs that came from the store or the computer
 
for the discs with the computer, while it boots, inset disc 1 then press C
 
for a retail copy, hold option while booting and pick "mac OSX install disc"
 
they go from there
 
This is either a bad Bluetooth module, connection are loose or the logicboard is at fault
 
first open the Mac if this is not the one with the Bluetooth in the display, if it is, get a dongle
 
if not, move on
 
reseat the connector(s) for bluetooth and try that, if that works, you are done
 
if not, change it out and try again
 
worst case it's the logicboard, get a dongle if so too
 
== update ==
 
i have some good and bad news for you
 
Own a matte MacBook Pro? the dongle is separate, the bad news is i have no idea about glossy ones, it could be in the display hinge or something
 
here is the part if you have antiglare
http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-15-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2009-Bluetooth-Board/IF161-042

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

Try and archive and install of the OS if you possibly can,but click customize and click EVERYTHING else out but applications, you can load those on later from disc 2 or the retail disc if you need, if you use GIMP or any app that may need X11, leave it
 
how you do this is use the discs that came from the store or the computer
 
for the discs with the computer, while it boots, inset disc 1 then press C
 
for a retail copy, hold option while booting and pick "mac OSX install disc"
 
they go from there
 
This is either a bad Bluetooth module, connection are loose or the logicboard is at fault
 
first open the Mac if this is not the one with the Bluetooth in the display, if it is, get a dongle
 
if not, move on
 
reseat the connector(s) for bluetooth and try that, if that works, you are done
 
if not, change it out and try again
 
worst case it's the logicboard, get a dongle if so too
 
== update ==
 
i have some good and bad news for you
Own a matte MacBook Pro? the dongle is separate, the bad news is i have no idea about glossy ones, it could be in the display hinge or something

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Nick ,

Metin:

Try and archive and install of the OS if you possibly can,but click customize and click EVERYTHING else out but applications, you can load those on later from disc 2 or the retail disc if you need, if you use GIMP or any app that may need X11, leave it

how you do this is use the discs that came from the store or the computer

for the discs with the computer, while it boots, inset disc 1 then press C

for a retail copy, hold option while booting and pick "mac OSX install disc"

they go from there

This is either a bad Bluetooth module, connection are loose or the logicboard is at fault

first open the Mac if this is not the one with the Bluetooth in the display, if it is, get a dongle

if not, move on

reseat the connector(s) for bluetooth and try that, if that works, you are done

if not, change it out and try again

worst case it's the logicboard, get a dongle if so too

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