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MacBook Pro - iTunes 7 and heat issues?


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I just upgraded itunes 7, frontrow, and quicktime yesterday. After all that I was forced to restart. Immidiately following this, it seemed that my macbook pro was running extremely hot? Anyone else notice this?

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my temps are all the same
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