MacBook Air owners take note: Apple has released MacBook Air EFI Firmware Update 2.0, which the company recommends for all users of the late-2010 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air models. The update corrects what Apple terms “a rare issue” where the MacBook Air either powers on or wakes up to a black screen, or becomes completely unresponsive, which is bad. As is often the case with these firmware updates, your Mac must be plugged in to install it, and a gray screen with a progress bar will appear after you restart. Apple strongly recommends that you neither disturb nor power off your MacBook Air during the installation of the firmware update. (Free, 2.41 MB)
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