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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Mac Specs: i dont have no mac's

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my display has been very dark for the past few months, powerbook is about 2 years old

played with all the color and display settings, and my brightness is cranked up all the way


i did have an incident with a friend and her drink...which ended up on the upper right part of my keyboard (power button and speaker)....sound and modem got fried, but the sound amazingly fixed itself

so yea
-chris
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no one?!

maybe ill just take it to the store when iget home and see if it is the correct brightness
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