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I have a Mac desktop that's about 4 years old and I think it might be starting to go. It performs perfectly fine but I recently started noticing the shadow of my desktop background lingering when I go to any type of solid colored page. Is there anything I can do to fix this? I love this machine and would hate for it to blow up on me.
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What model of Mac desktop is it? It would be unusual for an LCD screen to exhibit this kind of behavior. But I suppose if you were using a Mac Mini with a CRT, it would be possible. Can you tell us a bit more about your hardware?

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Not using a mac mini. I'm on an iMac and the screen is an LCD. Under graphics/display it says ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro I'm not sure what other details you'd need to know but happy to give them if you're more specific. Thanks~
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