Apple has recently rolled out an update to its Boot Camp dual-booting software for those who have picked up its latest 13″ MacBook Pro, while making available a beta version of its impending Mac OS X 10.6.4 update to developers. This Boot Camp update will address an issue which has plagued the Boot Camp Control Panel applet, causing it to display an error whenever the brightness tab is selected. Apart from that, the glitch which concerns a lack of headphone sound has also been fixed. Bear in mind that this update will apply to the 13″ MacBook Pro that runs on Windows operating systems, and is available for Windows 32 bit partitions and Windows 64-bit partitions. We believe strongly on erring on the side of caution always, so make sure you make a backup of all your important and relevant data on your MacBook Pro before performing the Boot Camp update.
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