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NEED HELP mac pro screen/Pixel problem?!


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i have an old mac book pro A1211 dual core 3 gig ram works great with tiger but when i istall leopard,snowleopard,or lion im geting this screen or pixel problem squres or straight line on the screen any suggestion why is that???
i dont have more apple care on it ! and the only thing is the HD was changed for a 300 gb HD! Please help Thanks
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