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Forum roundup: MBP sleep issues and more
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 @ 3:46pm

Yesterday in the MacNN forums, "l008com" started a thread looking for help with a sleep problem that is plaguing their MacBook Pro, and a list of troubleshooting steps that have been taken is included -- however a solution is yet to be found. One frustrated forum goer is trying to figure out why it is that they are unable to move photos from albums in iPhoto '09 to folders, anyone who has an answer can join in here.



Professional Poster "mattyb" asks "Is the new Mac Mini's graphics card powerful enough to ensure that I can watch (for example) an 8G Blu-ray ripped film on a 27-inch screen?" in this thread. After installing 16GB of RAM in their MBP, one Dedicated MacNNer found that his computer would reboot when doing higher-level computations and is looking for some answers about why that might be happening. Professional Poster "Dork." popped a key off of their MBP to clean out some crumbs from under it, and discovered it was easier to remove than put back on -- and now they are looking for some advice.

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