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    krnk123
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    After downloading the firmware update, my mackbook has been running almost 20 degrees F cooler and the fans turn on a lot sooner. Does anyone else have the same result?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krnk123
    After downloading the firmware update, my mackbook has been running almost 20 degrees F cooler and the fans turn on a lot sooner. Does anyone else have the same result?

    mine now averages arond 51 degrees celcius. however i got a message informing me that i had to restart while i was in the shower and my scree saver popped on. any clue about that?
    :headphone

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    devo
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    Quote Originally Posted by NikBhat
    mine now averages arond 51 degrees celcius. however i got a message informing me that i had to restart while i was in the shower and my scree saver popped on. any clue about that?
    i'd try not using your macbook in the shower!

    :spook: :spook: :spook:

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    I just downloaded it...according to my CoreDuo Temp...I'm between 51-57C...!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by devo
    i'd try not using your macbook in the shower!

    :spook: :spook: :spook:

    you slay me! :cool:
    :headphone

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    can you guys link it? i want the new macbook firmware (is it for macbook or macbook pro)?

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    macbook. just go right to software updates under your "blue/graphite" apple. or system preferences

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    Does this get rid of the moo too and the static noise?

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    Ive heard its supposed to take care of the Moo, but not the whining.
    :headphone

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    krnk123
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    yeah the whine is still there for me

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    Basically, it will get rid of problems caused by the fan activity (or lack thereof). This includes mooing and overheating, but nothing else.

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