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Hi All,

I just want to find out if anyone else is having the same problem as I am experiencing. Whenever Im on this forum I notice that my PowerBook screen seems to be flickering, its like when you have a power surge...the bulb might go a bit bright then it gets dimmer. Well the same thing has been happening to my Powerbook. Has anyone else experienced this?

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Actually, I noticed this happening to me a few days ago. I haven't noticed it again since then - but that night it was doing that exact same thing... not a clue what it could be.

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Actually, I noticed this happening to me a few days ago. I haven't noticed it again since then - but that night it was doing that exact same thing... not a clue what it could be.
Thats the thing, it doesnt always happen. I first noticed it last week and it happened today as well. If it happens again Im gonna take it back to apple and have them take a look at it.
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Just wanna know, when does this screen problem occured, a week after buying or month. i mean problem like white spot, screen flickering or horizantal line.
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Just wanna know, when does this screen problem occured, a week after buying or month. i mean problem like white spot, screen flickering or horizantal line.
word this a of I understand can't.




English please.

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word this a of I understand can't.




English please.
quick translation for our vehicular challenged friend :black:

When does the screen problem occur, a week or a month after buying. Is the problem a white spot, a flickering screen or a horizontal line.

There you go
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