Visual by Matthew Oliphant
I'm not an Apple fanatic, but I generally prefer them over PC's—especially since I use design software like Adobe Illustrator. My first computer was a Mac. A Mac Classic with a 5 inch black and white screen. I loved that little guy—so dependable, like a good friend. Since then, I've had mostly Macs, though I did go through a "PC phase"—that is until Steve Jobs came back.
Then I fell back in love with Apple again. Until recently when my second work-issued Macbook Pro started giving me "black screens of death". Ive been through this already. It was painful. "Kernel Node" crashes—they call it. The likely offender is a bad mother board. That's one bad mother alright... this means there's no way to fix it but to send it back to Apple. Ironic isn't it...
My Apple is actually a lemon.
Anyone else out there having similar issues?