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MacBook Air - Video Issues?

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Just noticed Apple's support page has a lengthening thread about a video issue that seems to affect the 11" model.

http://discussions.apple.com/thread....29780&tstart=0

Anybody here have the same issue? I can still cancel my order...

 

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post #2 of 4
There's a video of the issue:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WxEsstiEMc

At least it cold boots in 16 seconds and you probably won't break the SSD with a hard power down like you could with a HDD.

Could be the 320M is overheating or maybe it's just a set of buggy drivers.
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Its totally fine i think.
Its just a rumor they are scattering.
Those competitors of Apple are the one scattering this false issue.
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Originally Posted by rodney21bark View Post

Its totally fine i think.
Its just a rumor they are scattering.
Those competitors of Apple are the one scattering this false issue.

Uh, what? Have you seen the videos and actually read the reports of what's happening?

Don't get me wrong, I don't think it'll be too much of an issue. Back up your data often (which you should be doing anyway) and keep using your computer normally. If something happens, Apple will cover it.
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