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I just found out that the processor died in my macbookpro, and I was wondering if anyone knew if I would lose the memory on my computer when I get it fixed.
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I just found out that the processor died in my macbookpro, and I was wondering if anyone knew if I would lose the memory on my computer when I get it fixed.
Your computers "memory" is called ram...where your applications & files are stored is called your hard drive. The processor that "died" is not related to the hard drive...so once your computer is repaired...everything should be fine.

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