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

fan is always on new pbook 1.5 ghz


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i noticed my that the fan on my new pbook is always on - anyone experiencing the same thing? these are on the pbooks that were just released
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I did notice the fan is on alot more than my 1.33 powerbook

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i noticed my that the fan on my new pbook is always on - anyone experiencing the same thing? these are on the pbooks that were just released
Nope mine never like comes on except when like playing a game for over 30 to 1 hour its so noise free!!
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i noticed my that the fan on my new pbook is always on - anyone experiencing the same thing? these are on the pbooks that were just released
Ohh I just realized u have the 12inch hummm that couldn be the problem idk call up my sexy cute frineds "apple" like omg
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yeah its a hum lol not the fan.. i think i isolated it to be the harddrive..??

i thought pbooks were suppose to be quiet..
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yeah its a hum lol not the fan.. i think i isolated it to be the harddrive..??

i thought pbooks were suppose to be quiet..
Yea my bf told me the same thing idk im just like stupid!!!! I mean like i know about this computer from my bf he like told me everything. So thats how i know about dothan and g4 and g5. I know basic things nothing too advance or it will hurt my fragile sexy brain! I always wanted my pb pink but my bf said it was too much i mean like i hate him. Well he did make me this account cause when i tried to make it like it said i got error.
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