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Apple is replacing these even if out of warranty. Take it to a Apple store and have them look at it.

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My macbook pro won't charge, why is the charger not working


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The fan on my macbook has turned on and the battery icon shows an X when it appears. Also when the charger is plugged in the light is a very dim green.


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It was quite a relief to finally get an 85W charger, but your 60W will work fine.

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Can i install adapter to a macbook


You cannot install this adapter on your Macbook , it is only made to work with Windows operating system from windows 98se up to windows Vista, you can try to look for a airport adapter that will surely work with your Macbook...You can check this link for the complete details about this adapter http://cnet.nytimes.com/adapters-nics/netgear-wg111-usb-adapter/4507-3380_7-30791890.html

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