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    internet pictures
    so i have had my macbook for a while now but i noticed that when i go to certain sites i get a little blue question mark for the pictures. Some sites i dont

    Am i missing a plugin or update or something??


    s.o.s?

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    Can you link us to one of the sites? Perhaps the website owner forgot to upload the picture, so it's a dead link.

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    Mort than likely it means your missing a browser plug-in to display the graphic in question.


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    ok i think i fixed that..

    other question..

    I have a black mbp with 2gb ram and i just got it a few months ago along with teh applecare yada yada yada...


    i am going to collge and i am going to be an architecture major so i wanted to eventually upgrade to the mbp.

    So since i have a 3 year warranty with apple, can i simply return it and buy a mbp??

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    No you won't be able to return it. It doesn't work like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhartford6 View Post
    No you won't be able to return it. It doesn't work like that.
    really? i thought on the site it said that you can return it and get money back...it probably has to be having malfuctions that cant be fixed huh


    o ya and i have applecare, but i never got that red booklet i see

    problem? or is it activated through my account, as in it is active right when i receive it.

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    can you return a macbook lets say i buy it now and then i want to return it cus i dont like it anymore and then buy the new one?

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    You have 14 days from purchase to return it and I still think they charge you a 10% restocking fee. After that, you're SOL.


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    danm it

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