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I don't want to sound too anal or persnickety, but hey! I'm anal. :p Anyways, it seems like my MBP is vibrating harder more than it used to. I suppose it's not a "vibration" but you can "feel" the hard drive or processor humming long. I just want to know how much you guys can feel.

**If you put your hand flat on your keyboard, do you feel any vibrations coming from the internal parts?**

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not me, but then again my mbp is not even a month old.

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Hmm, I see two people have voted "not at all"... Perhaps tomorrow I will give Apple a call and see what they think... It's got me worried that something internal is not working properly. =\

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None at all, but I only have it for 6 days.

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I've never had anything like that. I've had mine since September.

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Ive also had mine since September. I have the same mbp as Tmoon1994 except i upgraded my hard drive, and i have yet to feel any vibrations.

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I've never had anything like that. I've had mine since September.
You don't feel a single thing when you lay your hand flat on your keyboard? What if you lay your hand flat on the under side?

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Nothing here. Had mine for well over a year.

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None at all for me, but here, too, the system is only a week old.
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