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A few years ago I was able to purchase the black version of the MacBook computer. I had a problem with my hard drive and it appeared to be ruined. I changed the hard drive, but yesterday I had the same problem. What could be causing my hard drive to keep getting busted on this computer?

asked Jul 02 '10 at 19:10

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edited Jul 02 '10 at 19:11

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What issues are you encountering? What exactly is your hard drive doing? Please explain further.

(Jul 02 '10 at 19:11) chadt4 chadt4's gravatar image

No aware of this but should be resolved and Apple need to better understand QT.

(Jul 04 '10 at 18:40) MichaelTheGeek2 MichaelTheGeek2's gravatar image

Probably you may have to go to apple tech support and tell them about the issue they will fix it. It will cost you but it will work...

answered Jul 02 '10 at 19:36

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Dark Avenger

edited Jul 02 '10 at 20:33

thats what a warrant is for

(Jul 02 '10 at 21:00) sebastianq28 sebastianq28's gravatar image

yes but is past his warranty. The apple warranty is only 2 years

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Asked: Jul 02 '10 at 19:10

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Last updated: Jul 04 '10 at 18:40