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1.7 GHz dual-core Intel Processor (Turbo Boost up to 2.6 GHz) with 3 MB shared L3 cache

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Display not working when using a certain ssd

I was trying to reinstall the MacOs on my old macbook but it doesnt seem to boot anymore with the current ssd. If i unplug it or use a different ssd i can boot.

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What is the SSD's you are working with? Make and Models

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@danj Im using the original ones that came with it. I believe its a 128GB Toshiba

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I’d boot from an external source, reformat the dive, run Disk Utilizes on it and then try installing a new system from the external source.

This failing, it’s time for a drive replacement:

MacBook Air 11" Mid 2012 Solid-State Drive Replacement

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Even though it was working perfectly fine before? I had reinstalled the OS then it turned off again so i reinstalled after, after that is when it no longer booted. If the SSD is plugged it, it doesnt boot past the chime. If i tkae out the ssd i can do command + R to recovery mode easily

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Don't try to do a restore from a drive that's not in the machine, The recovery files and your data are all on the same drive. So do the the work on the internal drive from an external.

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This SSD has a known issue! Apple issues firmware fix for Toshiba SSDs in 2012 MacBook Airs & Apple Recalls Mid-2012 MacBook Air For SSD Replacement – 64GB and 128GB SSD Systems Affected

Its a bit on the late side, but its possible you just don't use your system that heavily so it took a bit of time.

Sadly, Apples extended warranty program has ended for your system. Time for a new drive!

The Apple SSD is a bit faster than the OWC drive, but its more expensive.

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OWC Aura Pro 6G SSD for MacBook Air 11" and 13" (Mid 2012)

$89.99

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