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  • cerote
    May 3, 05:53 PM
    Yea those are jailbreak releated. It seems one of the jailbreaking tools put the files in an odd place than it normally does.

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  • Nri1
    Sep 20, 10:28 PM
    Props to Richard Noll for sending it in. We need more people like that in this world.

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  • TheSlush
    Jun 20, 07:22 PM
    This was so much fun! Congrats to my fellow winners and all the participants for their outpouring of creativity!

    Ah, that blue ribbon is handsome. I'm still a few posts short of 500, but now I can upload my avatar early! :D

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  • iLucas
    Apr 7, 02:16 PM
    3rd cd down might be what you're looking on this site (http://yourmacstore.com/shop/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=88&cat=Software)


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  • uaaerospace
    Sep 21, 11:28 AM
    Another vote for Seagate. That's what came in my PM G5, and I added another recently with which I'm very pleased. Quiet...no problems.

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  • Blu101
    Oct 16, 11:11 AM
    Newb question - what do I do with the wallpapers I download? Do I need to put them in a particular folder? Can I create a "wallpaper" folder in my documents or images folder?

    Right now I have a few from last night just sitting in my docs folder, but when I started the MBP this morning it went back to the default wallpaper (purplish space shot)...?


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  • Klingbeil
    Mar 30, 12:41 PM
    i used to do a lot of traveling and my PSP kept me

    if you're into old school, i got a lot of play out of the Pirates! remake for the PSP and it's at bargain bin prices now. there's an EA collection for the PSP with Wing Commander and a lot of other good games, but avoid it... they're all SNES versions and virtually unplayable. biggest waste of $29 i ever spent on a PSP game. no where on the box could i find that they were the half-assed SNES versions of good PC games.

    but anyways...

    if you like Zelda-esque RPG's, the PSP version of Y's kept me entertained on some long plane trips. that's probably also in the bargain bin by now.

    my friend says Puzzle Quest is very good if you can find it, but i'm not into those types of games personally. lumines is crap if you ask me, but hey... to each their own.

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  • SoftMango
    Jan 28, 10:44 PM
    sorry about that guys. I just thought that since it worked for me I'd get it out there. I just figured out about that ssh blobs stuff and so for me the easier way to do it was using sn0wbreeze. After the fact that I did a little more research which o shoudve have done earlier before
    making this thread. Well at least I helped 1 guy :) just joined too double thumbs up :$


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  • Reflow
    Apr 29, 06:01 PM
    A client of mine spilled a Diet Coke on her unibody white MacBook.

    What is a unibody white MacBook? It's either white or an unibody. If it's the white one then the kb is very easy to replace, if it's the unibody one you have to almost completely remove everything to replace the top cover. As for the damage it could be and easy fix or a dead logic board. When the spill happened did you remove power and shut it down immediately?

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  • wrldwzrd89
    Oct 20, 07:24 PM
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    I knew this was coming - Java 6u20 has security issues that this update addresses, albeit later than I hoped for. I hope this does not break my existing Java apps.


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  • gnasher729
    May 7, 03:03 AM
    One thing that bugs me about the illegal tethering situation:

    If AT&T knows who is illegally tethering, why do they allow it to happen? Why not simply prevent tethering packets from reaching the Internet?

    AT&T obviously can differentiate between data to the YouTube app and data through MyWi because they meter legal tethering to 4Gb limit.

    Is it just a big tease? And why not simply back charge everyone who used MyWi/PdaNet in the past?

    When I talked to the AT&T rep, she said I had tethered illegally. But she could not tell me the specific times I had tethered. Lame.

    AT&T would want a "solution" that is legal and makes them money. The best outcome for them if someone is tethering without permission is to telll the person, who then changes to a plan that allows tethering, paying money every month. If it works that way, perfect for AT&T: It is legal, and it makes money.

    Backcharging would be a _huge_ legal problem. There is no contract that allows them to charge for tethering. They would have to take people to court. Which is expensive and really pisses them off, so they wouldn't be customers in the future. AT&T would rather you pay for phone and tethering for the next ten years, rather than backcharging you for the last year and losing you.

    Preventing tethering is difficult as well. Right now they might know enough to send you a letter, and if you get one of those without ever having tethered you just tell them. Their recognition doesn't need to be perfect. If they try to cut tethering off, they have to be one hundred percent sure (not 99.999% sure) that they don't cut off anything that isn't tethering. Again, they will lose customers otherwise. And of course they don't make money doing this.

    When you called it "lame" that the rep didn't know any exact times: Why would they? First step is identifying customers who are likely tethering and sending them a letter. You either sign up to tethering or you don't. If you don't, they can then watch your connection a lot, lot more closely. That is the point where it costs them money, and if you are tethering, it may cost you money. Your legal position has become a lot worse if you lied to them about not tethering and they can prove it, because then it isn't breach of contract anymore, it is suddenly fraud. A real crime.

    Because they are using the illegal tethering issue to force people off grandfathered unlimited data plans. And to collect the legal tethering fees. You just put a block on there and they've got no leverage.

    Depends on how hard they try. So if AT&T asks you (politely) to sign up for tethering, what can you do? You can say "Oh, I didn't know that wasn't allowed, sign me up". Good for AT&T. You can say "Oh, I didn't know that wasn't allowed, I'll stop tethering". Kind of good for AT&T. You can say "I've never tethered", and if that is the truth, nothing they can do. You can say "I'm tethering, but I'm not going to pay" and they can cancel your contract for cause, which is likely bad for you. You can lie "I've never tethered" in which case you may be in _real_ trouble if they follow it up and can prove you are tethering.

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  • furryrabidbunny
    Sep 12, 05:26 PM
    If the stick physically fits, then it won't cause harm.

    At best, it'll work great, running the stick out of spec.

    At worst, the PC won't boot with the 'wrong' stick in there.

    Most likely (all this is assuming a 'wrong' stick,) it will boot, but will boot slower than you want. For example, if it has an 866MHz processor, it might only boot at 650Mhz. (Because, for example, it uses a 133Mhz bus, and you put 100Mhz RAM in, so it would run the processor at only a 100MHz bus, dropping it's speed accordingly.)

    Or, with lots of motherboards, the processor speed and RAM speed were independent, so it would run just fine, but the memory would run at the 'lowest common denominator' speed. This is especially true of newer DDR motherboards.
    so basically, if the stick fits, and its faster than the memory the computer takes, it will clock down. I dont think that will be the case, the memory is older. I am just going to throw it in. I just dont want to ruin the computer, still need it for school.


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  • Patmian212
    Dec 1, 06:03 PM
    Hey all,
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    Min Specs: Mid range P3

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  • KeithPratt
    Apr 15, 11:58 AM
    Maybe Version 5 is better in saving the correct PAL-solution not adding pixels that are not needed, while recording.

    If you've got your VCR hooked up to a DV camcorder and the DV camcorder attached to your Mac via Firewire, you can think of capturing it in iMovie as a file transfer. The camcorder is encoding the VCR's output to standard PAL DV, and your Mac is just recording that data.

    If you try to do any colour correction or what have you in iMovie, a different engine in different versions might result in different quality. But these versions are so old I don't think you'll find much comparison online � probably best to just suck it and see.


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  • ChrisA
    Feb 16, 06:17 PM
    Is there a way to find out the quality of the audio that comes in on the usb cable from the vinyl player?
    What format should the source files be saved in?

    Firt find the specs for your USB turntable. If it is only doin 44K and 16-bits there is no point saving as 24-bits and 96K. Save the data at the naticve bit depth and sample rate.

    As for format, any lossless format will do as will uncompressed WAV. Save your archive that way but you may wantothe compress to ssmall files for use with iTunes and your iPod.


    I always wonder how they sell these USB turn tables. I would have thought that anyone who has vinyl records would already own a turn table and would simply use that connected to the audio input on the Mac.

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  • canada eh
    May 5, 09:20 AM
    You phone searching for a tower to "talk" to is VERY hard on the battery. This is likely your major problem.

    thats what I thought it was, I will have to put it into airplane mode more to solve this problem, but I still do believe there is a problem with the battery so I will do a restore for good measure just to be sure.


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  • dmr727
    Apr 12, 09:06 PM
    I'd so take one of those over an iPad, any day. :)

    Me too. Those machines were really awesome - active matrix displays were a big, big deal back then.

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  • mrk2010
    Dec 28, 01:17 AM
    I think I've figured out what the issue is, so I'm posting for the benefit of any user who may come across this problem in the future.

    I was sharing a folder on an NTFS partition on my hard drive. The NTFS partition is intended to be used as a shared storage space between my dual-boot OS's of Windows 7 and OS X on my MacBook (since Windows 7 is unable to read from the HFS+ file system that OS X uses).

    When I tried sharing a folder on my Macintosh HD (in the HFS+ file system), I was able to have the settings stick. I'm not sure why it didn't allow the settings for the NTFS volume to stick, especially since I have NTFS-3G installed to enable write access to the volume, as well as read. (By default, OS X doesn't allow write access to NTFS file systems). I'm guessing that this is a bug that would be fixed in the future when OS X supports writing to NTFS volumes natively.

    So, if you want to share something on your Mac over the network, and you want to define users and their permissions, you should make sure that the folders that you're sharing are on a drive or partition formatted to HFS+.

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  • DJsteveSD
    Mar 12, 10:56 AM
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    May 3, 06:16 PM
    Is it windows? Open My Computer and click on the iPhone, youll find the pics in a folder. This is with the phone connected.

    I'm on the mac and I was trying DiscAid and iPhone Explorer, PhoneView and all of them are showing that iPhone is passcode locked. I know the passcode but while screen was broken she put this so many times that now it doesn't even let you put passcode it just asks for iTunes.

    Mar 27, 02:02 PM
    the challenge is the 3 ring port in the iphone. i don't know which ones lead to what function. there is only one site out there that I can find but it gives you the ability to shoot with an XLR mic.

    Dec 16, 04:29 PM
    In OS X you can literally control just about any aspect of the the operating system via terminal. I would argue that an expert *nix user has more "unrestricted control" over OS X than an expert windows user can have under XP.

    I am sure many OSX Server admins will disagree with you on this one.

    Mar 24, 05:14 PM
    So my school's robotics team was rummaging through a closet of stuff that was to be thrown out, and we found an Apple IIe.

    I have a couple questions:

    The operating system is in the ROM, right? No need for a floppy OS or something?

    Does the computer need a mouse? In my reading, it seems like it doesn't.

    It only had two cards inside: the 5.25 floppy card and what I think was the RAM. Does it need anything else to operate (i.e. a video card)?

    Lastly, are there any things I didn't think of that I should know??
    Any sweet games for it on eBay?


    Oct 27, 08:25 PM
    At our store, they were yelling to the people in the hallway at about 7:00, "anyone want a free t-shirt?" So there was no need to buy one and the people at the store didn't seem to care about it, either.

    Oh. The store I went to had a line that stretched nearly halfway across the mall, so they were pretty anal about making sure people actually in the line got in first.

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