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MacBook Pro? To be or not to be?


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Hi...

I jus go a neew MacBook Pro and this is the secod one i have had to x-change....i dont kno what i need tow do... i have cheeked ur search tool on ur sit and it is not brining up my isssue.

i have the 17 inc 2.66ghz

the laptop turns on and will lod up and what hapens next is the screen coms up with a werd icon loks like a picure of a icon of a mac with a sad face.... the mac only woked for 3 days the fist time and the secod replacement i got it only woked for a week....what shud I do?
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Return it to the place where you purchased it from. Ask for a replacement if your current MBP is defective. Maybe you'll get lucky with the third one.

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Boot from your install disk and run disk utility to check\verify the hard drive.
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Dear Hwookedonphonics:

I beleave you have a defective mac icon. the appropriate icon can be dowloaded off the internet (I belaeve that google has a good search function* What yo want to do is put the appropriate icon on your desktop so that when yu get your mac sad face icon, all yo have t do is double click the icon you have downloaded and presto... you have a mac smily face icon. Position this over the mac sad face icon.

I bealeave that this should take care of yor trubles. Please pardon my poor english, i am poor and receved a macbook as a donation...
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