Introduction: MacBook Pro Unibody 1 Beep Ram Failure Fix - SureTech-Official
These errors can happen often due to dropping the machine and the RAMs being displaced (not being able to connect with the machine) and causes to reveal the error through sound. (plus not turn on)
1. May cause electric shock if steps are not followed correctly
2. May cause machine to short-circuit if steps are not followed correctly
3. May cause electrical fires if steps are not followed correctly. (DO NOT POUR WATER ON A ELECTRICAL FIRE. USE PROPER FIRE POWDER)
DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR INJURIES.
(Download the video to help you what to do)
Step 1: Turn on to Check for Beep Chime
Click the power button to see if the beep chime is the same as the video so you are not selecting the wrong tutorial.
Step 2: Ouch!
Manually shutdown the machine by holding the power button for 5-6 seconds to prevent electric shocks when handling the components.
Step 3: Unscrew the Bottom Case
Unscrew the bottom case so you can fix the RAM error as told later in the steps. Screwdriver type: JK+2.0
Step 4: Make Sure It's Safe!
Put the remaining screws in a safe packet so they are not lost.
Step 5: Check the Ramcards
Check the Ramcards to see if the RAMs are displaced and not properly put in (blueish cards just above the battery in a storing dock) if the RAMs are placed perfectly and not loose, contact Apple Support to fix the connections for you. But if the Ramcards are out of place put them back in.
Step 6: Close Back Case
Close the back case by screwing it on.
Step 7: Reboot
Reboot the machine by holding the power button for 5-6 seconds
Step 8: For an Further Problems,
For an further problems, please comment on the specs of your computer and what it does when it boots up so maybe I can make another tutorial to fix it.