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Troubleshooting a Flashing Message

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Soon after starting up my MBA (OSX 10.7) I get 2-3 flashing messages that show very briefly for me to determine what they are. I am not having any discernible issues operating the MBA but I would like to get to the bottom of whether the flashing messages are errors/information/warnings etc. What is the best way to identify these in the Console app?


11" MBA 4GB/128/i7/OSX 10.7 Lion
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