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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by thermal, Jul 4, 2010.
Plug in an external mouse and keyboard, then tilt the screen back and lean over it so you can see. You don't wanna try remove the cat, trust me.
Get a new computer. It's the only way.
Don't worry, everyone that owns a cat and a laptop has gone through that (including me).
Either email Steve or make a genius appointment. Clearly avmaufacturing defect.
I know it's really cute, but it seems to me your keyboard cover is a little too big and too feline. Probably that's the problem.
hahaha. feed it
or have something chase it lol. but on a more serious note, that sucks ;(
Get a heavy batch process or encode started and get the MBP running at full pelt. You might find cats may not like being cooked.
Cute cat. You should by your self a new MBP, as he seems to like the old non unibody construction better.
What I meant to say was, "PUNCH IT IN THE FACE!"
Non issue. Just by a mouse, keyboard and monitor.
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shoot the cat...
Buy heated cat bet. Put next to MacBook Pro. Nirvana ensues. Or toss cat against wall. Hard to say which might be easier.
All your base belong to us.
Turn the fans up on SMC Fan Control, the cat won't like the nosie one bit !!!
Get a big dog, problem solved...
Kitty! On a more serious note, you're in charge pick up the kitty, and move it. It will eventually learn, or get mad and urinate on your bed.
Well my cat would probably love the hot temp of the mbp's. He seeks out heat and where does he end up? Right on my left fan/gpu