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MacBook Pro - MacBook Pro Santa Rosa - wifi issue help


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Hi chaps!.

I am thinking about purchasing a MacBook Pro 15.4", Santa Rosa with LED screen, but have just heard a rumour that the 10.4.10 update BREAKS WiFi/causes kernel panics, on the built-in airport card.

Would someone be so kind as to post a photograph of their Santa Rosa MacBook Pro, restore DVDs please, because I want to know which minor revision of OS X is installed, when you buy the MBP Santa Rosa.

Remember: ONLY post a photo of your MacBook Pro restore DVDs if:
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1/ The processor speed is 2.2Ghz or 2.4Ghz
2/ You purchased your MacBook Pro *NEW*, and since 5th June 2007.

This is not a major factor in my purchase decision, but I sure would like some peace of mind, before handing over 1,299 in CASH!.

Thanks guys - you people are so helpful!.
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Apple is working on a fix as we speak.

And the 10.4.10 issue is across the spectrum, not only the SR chipset.
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Apple is working on a fix as we speak.

And the 10.4.10 issue is across the spectrum, not only the SR chipset.
Thankyou so much!
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Yeah, I am going to buy my MBP, and then not update until the NEXT update is released.
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