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My Macbook Pro 15" was stolen in Canada which was right before iCloud was released and Find My Mac was included for free.

When I choose Find My Mac only my new 13" Macbook Pro replacement shows up (obviously because I've registered it and iCloud/Find My Mac is on).

I'm hoping there's a way to add the serial number of my old stolen 15" Macbook Pro to Find My Mac so it can be located?

Hopefully eventually the thieves will upgrade to Lion and eventually turn on iCloud?

Thank you for your help!
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I think that's an interesting question - one that you may want to talk to Apple about. It would seem theoretically possible - but whether or not Apple will help with something like this - I don't know. Let us know what you find out.
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