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Friday, March 15, 2013 @ 2:14pm

This week in the MacNN forums, Senior User "Sosa" was worried that their iMac may have been compromised by the security issue in Java 6, read more about this and provide input here. Today, Grizzled Veteran "all2ofme" was trying to find out if anyone else has been having similar audio issues with Mac Pro running 10.8, click here to read more and join in.



Yesterday Professional Poster "residentEvil" was looking for 13-inch MacBook Air first hand user experiences, as they are looking to buy one and wanted some feedback about it prior to taking the dive. One Forum Regular is looking for help with transitioning data from their 250GB MacBook hard drive to a 640GB SSD that was previously used in a Windows PC, join in here. Instructions on how to erase the hard disk and reinstall Mac OS X 10.8 can be found in this thread started by Junior Member "MacBook" earlier this week after they decided to return an iMac.

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