Hi Max. There is a recall out on this model’s keyboard that I’ve personally processed twice for my personal Macbook Pro and various times for my clients. Seems like the symptom occurs more when unplugged from the AC Adapter. I’ve verified on at least 3 units that this is a defective trackpad issue. All with random cursor movement or stuttering movements. The 3 times I did happen to verify this issue was after apple processed the recall and all parts were brand new. I believe there is just a high defect rate on these trackpads. Trackpads are not too difficult to replace luckily.
Cuando un computadora Apple muestra un icono de folder significa que el equipo no puede encontrar el disco duro. posiblemente software es dañado o el disco duro tal vez tener problemas. Sorry, we used google translate. Hope this helped. Best regards, CleverTech
Hi there Thomas. You can attempt to reconnect the LVDS cable connection located on the board. There is a backlit flex cable that connects to the LED display board mid left of the "MacBook Air" text on the screen bezel. You can apply some pressure there to see if maybe it's loose but it's highly unlikely (unfortunately). Most cases for us it's the backlit LED driver chip on the motherboard. Gonzalo -CleverTech
Hey there Nik. Sounds like a bad ram slot. It's made out of many pins, you can look into the slot and make sure the pins are aligned correctly and not bent. I've fixed a few just by bending the pins back. There is also an IC chip on the motherboard that may not be working properly. We've repaired issues like this as well. Gonzalo -CleverTech
Hey there HardstyleZilink, Just had the same issue. Ended up being that the pins on the dock connector were bent. Bent them back and iPod started to charge fine. I also found out it was under warranty, so to avoid it possibly happening again I sent it back to apple and received an exchange. You can check your warranty status here: https://selfsolve.apple.com/agreementWar... Hope this helps buddy. Best Regards, Gonzalo CleverTech