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MacBook Pro - Missing System Profiler Information


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I am unable to click the More Info button on my 15" Macbook Pro. Apparently, the file is missing and I have been trying to check my battery life. I tried all routes to get to the profile such as applications utilities, but the only file that appears there is an Adobe Utility Folder. Any suggestions on how I can obtain my system profile again?
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