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Mac Book Pro Monitor Problem

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I have a MAC Book Pro and the monitor has been acting up, the monitor get "pixely", meaning small green/ purple boxes, no bigger than a pixel start floating around the screen. By float I mean they are sitting in a stationary spot, but more of them appear as I open more apps or try to work

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Hey buds. I am a tech for apple computers and the best they are gonna do is tell you to take it in for service. There is not much more to be done since it is a MacBook Pro. I have sent several of these in for service myself. I highly suggest that if you are still under the one year warranty that comes with the computer than you call in right away. If you have the APP, still get it done sooner than later. Not much help im afraid.

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