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== Back Up Your Data ==

You can clone the entire drive to an external drive before giving your MacBook to Apple. That way when you get the repaired (or replaced) device back you can quickly restore data. In your case this seems the easiest thing to do.

I question how useful the warranty thing is, though. I've seen other people exchange laptops under warranty and it always turns out to be most inconvenient for them. Computer warranties are useless unless you get an immediate replacement device and restoration of your data, if and where possible.

--Bob

 

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