Apple Recalls Some MacBook Pro Batteries

"Apple Recalls Some MacBook Pro Batteries"

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Apple is recalling all battieries manufactured between February and May of 2006. The recall is for overheating batteries, which may cause the Mac Book Pro to deform.

This only applies to the 15" models with the battery model being A1175.




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02-08-2006, 01:12:53

redsox38
im thinking about a little change even though ive only had the comp about a month. what do you think about these changes and how much do you think i can get for my old parts.

i have a abit kn8 mobo
want a asus delux or maybe premium (if i can afford)

i have athlon 3700+ san d
want x2 3800 or maybe 4200

im using onboard sound
want xfi xtreme music or fadility card

im using xp pro 64bit
want to buy xp home

also want 2 good (cheap) heatsinks for cpu and evga 7600gt ko

how much do you think i can get for the month old 3700 and kn8 if i put it on ebay.

ps. any1 know where i can thoes new parts and xp home cheap? (used ok)

02-08-2006, 02:19:17

NickS
Well, lets see. The Asus Deluxe isn't a bad motherboard, go for it if you can afford it.

The 3800+ is a great clocker, so yet again, go for it if you can afford it.

As for the sound card, I dont think you need something *that* high end, an Sound Blaster Audigy2 ZS wld be better imo. The Xfi's have crackling issues, etc. As for XP-Home, Newegg.com has it pretty cheap.

As for the 3700+, prolly around $100.

You can get all the parts + XP Home at Newegg.com Good luck! :)

Nick

02-08-2006, 08:29:48

FragTek
Meh, screw SoundBlaster all together, u can get the X-Mystique dirt cheap now that the X-Plosion is out. That's your best bet mate.

And why move from XP Pro to Home? Don't like the 64 bit edition (neither did I, but I used it a LOOOONG time ago before there was support for any of the hardware).

02-08-2006, 12:27:28

redsox38
well i bought a 7600gt ko for this new comp and ive been getting very bad performance out of it. i believe it has to do with the 64bit windows. in call of duty2 i play in dx7 and i average about 60-70 fps with jolts sometimes as low as 15 and as high as 350. its very wierd and confuzing. though im ed about paying $90 for a dam operation system its prob the best way for the comp.
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