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Hey guys got my new and first macbook saturday loving it so far just wanted to know, 1. you can access the hard drive and battery but removing the hdd doesnt void your warranty does it? 2. I have entry level macbook can i program the F5 and F6 key to do things and if so how?

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Not sure about question 1. You havent really explained what you want to do with the F5 and F6 keys, but if you goto system preferences > keyboard and mouse > keyboard shortcuts tab > then the + button you can then setup certain program behaviour settings etc, not sure if this is what your after though.
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Removing or replacing the HDD won't void the warranty. Apple even supplies info on how to replace it.

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