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All lines of MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro portable computers.

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Here are some alternatives that you could consider: Silicone case that wraps around to the keyboard - see this macrumors thread. Note: it's a bit dated (2007), so not sure if they still sell these t …
answered Nov 2 '11 by JW8
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The two model numbers don't seem to refer to the exact same configuration. Model MD232LL/A appears to reference to the base model (as noted in Apple's MBA Model Identifier KB). The KB also notes: …
answered Aug 1 '12 by JW8
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It's a battery capacity indicator, as noted in this Apple Support KB: The battery indicator lights are located along the left side of the computer. This allows for quick and easy verification of …
answered Apr 4 '12 by JW8
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From the Apple KB: Display 15.4-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen display with support for millions of colors Supported resolutions: 1440 by 900 (native), 1280 by 800, 1152 by 7 …
answered Mar 27 '12 by JW8
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From this OS X Daily article, the official dead/stuck pixel policy (from 2010) is: Apple’s Dead & Stuck Pixel Policy Here’s the breakdown from the leaked Genius chart: iPod nano, iPod …
answered Feb 24 '12 by JW8
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Instructions directly from the Apple Support Site (link): Step 1: Remove the bottom case Shut down your MacBook Pro. Disconnect the power adapter, Ethernet cable, USB cables, security lock …
answered Oct 14 '16 by JW8
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There are several programs that provide NTFS support. However, I would hesitate to claim that any of these programs can provide 100% compatibility and support. Here's a subset of the NTFS list in Ri …
answered Jul 31 '12 by JW8
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This MacRumors article notes: Apple's notes one other caveat about the Thunderbolt display: older Mini DisplayPort displays won't light up if they're hooked directly into the Thunderbolt port …
answered Mar 26 '12 by JW8
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You should be able to do this via Ethernet or wireless, depending on whether you want to buy a wireless dongle for your TV or whether you have the Ethernet adapter for your MacBook Air. If you have t …
answered Feb 22 '12 by JW8
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According to Dori's answer in this Apple.SE thread, what you're looking for is not possible: In order for a Mac to create a local Wi-Fi network, it needs to have a wired Internet source. More …
answered Mar 16 '12 by JW8
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It would be a good idea to check the system logs. Directions can be found in this Apple Support KB: use the Console application, located in the Utilities folder in the Applications folder. Err …
answered Mar 2 '12 by JW8
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Yes, the MagSafe power adapters support dual voltage (100-240V). According to the specs on Amazon for the 85W version: Input: AC 100V~240V 50/60Hz So long as the local input provides power in t …
answered Jun 14 '12 by JW8
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According to Apple, you're using the right adapter (the MagSafe 2 connector). According to this page, the MBPs that you should use are: 85W MagSafe power adapter with MagSafe 2 style connector …
answered Sep 12 '17 by JW8
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The second step (ShiftCTRLOptionPower) is intended to reset your MBP's System Management Controller (SMC), as shown in this About.com video (more details about the SMC are contained in this Apple Supp …
answered Nov 28 '11 by JW8
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According to Apple Support, the clamshell mode (lid closed) requires: Power adapter External keyboard, mouse, or trackpad External display You meet all three criteria. The support arti …
answered Feb 22 '12 by JW8

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