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h4lp m3
Oct 19, 2011, 05:41 PM
On a 1st generation A1304. :p



esmith
Oct 19, 2011, 07:31 PM
On a 1st generation A1304. :p

The original Macbook Air (1.6GHz/1.8GHz) does not have any LCI's :)

WinkyMacRumors
Oct 20, 2011, 06:17 AM
On a 1st generation A1304. :p

Hello,
The MacBook Air in the beginning did not have a LCI.

Please, follow this instruction when your question is resolved:
"How do I mark my thread to show that the problem has been solved?
You can mark a thread as "Resolved" only if you started the thread. To do so:

Click the Edit button next to the first post in the thread.
Click the Go Advanced button.
Change the drop-down in front of the thread title to [Resolved].
Click the Save Changes button.
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esmith
Oct 20, 2011, 06:51 AM
Hello,
The MacBook Air in the beginning did not have a LCI.

Please, follow this instruction when your question is resolved:
"How do I mark my thread to show that the problem has been solved?
You can mark a thread as "Resolved" only if you started the thread. To do so:

Click the Edit button next to the first post in the thread.
Click the Go Advanced button.
Change the drop-down in front of the thread title to [Resolved].
Click the Save Changes button.
Marking a thread as Resolved is a hint to others that a solution or explanation was found or that you no longer need help or advice. It does not close the thread or prevent others from making comments if the subject is still of interest to them."


Also why answer the question twice?... I already answered it....