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I posted a while back about this but i'm having a display issue. 2010 macbook pro!

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If you attach an external monitor or TV, do you see the same distortion on the display?
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Thank goodness I have Apple Care
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No it does not, Also when I was test 10.8 I never had this issue. only on 10.7
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If an external display does not show the distortion the problem could likely be with your GPU. The fact that a Mountain Lion beta did not show the distortion does not mean much at this point in time. I would take it on in to Apple since you have Apple care. Let them deal with it.
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