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i opened up my macbook pro to use it and an the screen looked blue transparent?do u guys no why
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Not sure. but most of the time when I open my macbook pro I get my password screen but its completely blank and I end up typing in my password with nothing on the screen and then hit enter and it logs me in *Shrug* (Thats when I just close it when it was in use not a fresh boot up)

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It's happened to me once or twice. I've got only the foggiest idea what it is, but if you just restart, you should be fine.

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