04-07-2014, 08:31 PM
Originally Posted by RadDave
- please check this Link
before you put a foot in your mouth - the 'i' does not apply just to our little iDevices - the site is much more versatile -
Dave. I'm not sure if I should be offended or not for the "foot in the mouth comment".
I am also very very very very familiar with the iFixit.com website. I've been using it for years & years…and have been recommending it to Mac-Forum members for years & years as assistance in their repair needs.
But I think that you missed the point in my earlier post. The OP has a "Mac Pro" desktop
computer…you keep providing information for a "MacBook Pro" laptop
You might want to revisit who the "foot in the mouth comment" applies to.
p.s. And my comment about iFixit and Mac Pro's (the desktop computer) still applies. iFixit.com does not have a whole lot of info for Mac Pro computers. There is a lot at iFixit for iMac's, Mac-Mini's, MacBook's, and MacBook Pro's…and older Apple computers such as iBooks, Powerbook's, Powermac's, etc. But not much for Mac Pro desktop computers.
p.p.s. We all make mistakes from time to time. There was no need for the "foot in the mouth" or the iFxit.com comments.