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Old 01-01-2019, 04:32 PM   #1
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I inherited a Mac from a friend who bought a new one and trying to get it going it won`t go out of the pink screen .. everything works ok on it but just has a fuzzy pink screen any one got any ideas why?
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What kind of Mac? Macbook? Macbook Pro? iMac? (desktop) Mac Pro? (desktop tower)
If a Macbook or iMac, did you try hooking it up to an external Monitor? If you get the same results then the Video chip is failing and the Motherboard/Logic Board needs replacing. If it works with an external monitor, then you need to replace the screen.
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Hi Spunk,funk,,
Meant to pop what type of apple its a imac A1224 desktop type .. thanks for your answer .. hope this helps..
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