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I have a MacBook Pro 2.5 non UniBody that the ASD while teststing in the sensor section produces this error "processor power error -47006" I can't find any info on this does any one here know what this means?
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Can you be more specific about your model? Is it actually the MacBook Pro 2,2 from Oct. 2006? I'm not aware of a 2,5 model. Is it a 15 inch or 17 inch display.
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Can you be more specific about your model? Is it actually the MacBook Pro 2,2 from Oct. 2006? I'm not aware of a 2,5 model. Is it a 15 inch or 17 inch display.
Sorry for the lack of info. It's an early 2008 15" 2.5 Penryn

MacBook Pro "Core 2 Duo" 2.5 15" (08) Specs (Early 2008, MB134LL/A, MacBookPro4,1, A1260, 2198) @ EveryMac.com
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