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Old 11-20-2013, 06:20 PM   #1
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Default MacBook Pro 2.4 ghz OS X Snow Leopard

I have a MbP 2009 which the DVD, USB, and CAM have all stopped working. Will re installing the o/s correct these issues or has this machine had it? Still a good machine but I tried to do the SMC reload with no success. All dvds just spin and eject and no software is recognized by the USB ports. Thanks.
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Default Re: MacBook Pro 2.4 ghz OS X Snow Leopard

It does sound like it may be on it's way out but re-installing an OS can work wonders.

That would definitely be worth a try.
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Sounds like hardware failures. A reinstall probably won't help, but it certainly won't hurt.
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