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Mid 2009 Model A1278 / 2.26 or 2.53 GHz Core 2 Duo processor EMC 2326

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Can't reinstall OS X after SSD installed

Hello and thanks for the support,

I recently replaced my HDD with an SDD doubled my RAM and replaced the battery in my 2009 MacBook pro.

Installation went fine until I wanted to reinstall os x.

1. First my trackpad will not work in utility start up window.

2. I was making due with key commands and got to the reinstall OS X window after reformatting my new ssd in disk utility to Mac extended journaled. I would reach the screen were it says select disk to install osx and it wouldn't let me start the install on the new sdd even though it showed up.

3. I kept trying and now I am getting the blinking folder with a question mark or the circle with a line through and it won't even take me to utility.

4. I have both the original osx install disk and a USB stick with osx Bootable install for maverick. I also have the old hdd in a USB 3 case to use as an external.

And help or suggestions would be much appreciated! Thank you

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Is your trackpad not working at all? Are you able to plug in a USB or connect a Bluetooth mouse to your system for now?

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You'll need to press and hold the Option key to get to the systems boot manager. With the USB thumb drive plugged in restart your system and select the thumb drive.

Now open Disk utility on the dumb drive select the SSD drive and delete the FAT32 partition that is likely on it now. You'll need to create a GUID partition map and create a Mac OS Extended (Journaled) partition.

Now you can run your OS installer to install the OS on to your new drive.

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The trackpad not working is an issue I encountered when I bought the MacBook Pro I'm using right now, but luckily for me it was an easy fix. All I had to do was open the computer and remove the trackpad from the casing and then clean the contact that triggers the click with rubbing alcohol on a q-tip. I put the trackpad back in and now the click works just fine.

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