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  • d4nn0
    Dec 16, 04:42 PM
    thanks for the advice... unfortunately warranty was up in july, but luckily it's still working fine... it's as if it worked the problem out of its system or something haha. I'm just gonna hope that I keep having good luck and wait for the mactels :cool:

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  • AHDuke99
    Jun 6, 03:45 PM
    lol, why no spymac :D

    iccy :eek:

    cause Spymac is hated around the Mac web

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  • Consultant
    Apr 28, 10:54 AM
    No problem with Snow Leopard here.

    What software crashes.

    Except I've had the same results on all the machines I've had that ran Snow Leopard.

    MacBook Pro 2.33ghz Late 2006
    MacBook Pro 13 2.26
    Mac Mini 2.26
    Mac Mini 2.4
    MacBook Pro 2.66

    It's been equally problematic on all of them.

    Seems to be user problem. You probably have one piece of software that's causing the problem.

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  • zimv20
    Jul 12, 01:42 AM
    Originally posted by FredAkbar
    But many Mac users know very little, if anything, about Unix. Mac OS X is a public operating system, made for users of any level of Unix experience. Many Mac users are still learning new things about Unix.

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  • 2jaded2care
    Sep 16, 03:07 PM
    Questions regarding LaCie external drives come up pretty frequently around here. You might want to do a search.

    I'll post what I've posted before: D2 more expensive but runs cool, Porsche cheaper but runs hot. Haven't had a Porsche enclosure drive fail (knock wood), but others have and blamed thermal issues. Porsches don't seem to have a fan at all.

    Good luck.

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  • swalk
    Apr 22, 05:14 PM

    I am planning on selling my 17'' MBP to one of my good friends as I'd like to switch to a MacBook Air since it will better suit my needs. I was wondering if anybody has an idea of what a fair price would be.

    Here are the general specs:

    Purchased: Spring 2007
    Monitor: 17''
    Processor: 2.33 GHz Inter Core 2 Duo
    Memory: 2 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
    Snow Leopard OS

    Any feedback is appreciated, thanks

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  • spoon man
    Dec 25, 02:07 AM
    These have kept me warm other this month with all the snow :) .

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  • dvdh
    Jul 12, 09:06 AM
    You can actually download a few of [the user] tracks right from their website. (BTW this was brought up in macrumors before (look for dot-matrix printers)


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  • wchong
    Jun 10, 09:37 AM
    I would have thought that Apple still cared about making computers.

    Guess we were both wrong.

    ever since ipod hit the market they have been more concerned with that market. most of their revenue (correct me if i'm wrong) comes from ipod sales.

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  • iFiend
    Apr 29, 10:15 AM
    I had recently installed the trial version of My3G mainly to use for Skype & Facetime and had noticed battery life was really being effected (without use of said apps), then I started to notice the remnants of a banner advertisement at the top of the screen when unlocking and switching between apps, after uninstalling I am not seeing those ads any longer so I assume it was My3G doing it.

    First question, has anyone else noticed these background ads? Second question, if you purchase My3G does it still do that?

    Take your pirating elsewhere.

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  • Rincewind42
    Jan 11, 09:08 PM
    Hmm... After it's done with the first CD, and it's rebooting, the CD is still in there, right? I believe that the mac continues to boot off the first CD until the second is needed. The HD isn't booted from until the installation has finished. Once it's done with the first CD, and restarts, try holding down the "C" key to ensure it doesn't try and boot from the HD.

    Actually, after the first CD is done installing, the installer boots from the internal HD (or at least, it should). The installer then continues pulling from the CD to finish the installation (if there is more needed, you actually don't need the 2nd CD for a fully functional system).

    You can try doing a custom install with only the minimal install features and see if you can at least get a bootable system. Then you can do additional installs from the 2nd CD directly from the Finder, you just have to navigate to the packages that you want to install.

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  • puckhead193
    Mar 30, 04:45 PM
    don't zoom in all the way.
    If your using FCP you can use the smoothcam filter

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  • Macky-Mac
    Nov 29, 02:19 PM
    ....i still need more concrete clarification on whether to trademark or copyright the logo for my company..)

    Do you understand that you already own the copyright for your logo design?

    Registering the copyright is both cheap and easy so it's worth doing as it does give you some additional leverage in protecting your rights as the owner of the copyright.

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  • shoewee
    Oct 24, 11:56 AM
    I'm in Royal Palm, work in wellington. If I can scrape together the cash, I'm gonna get a copy of it too! :)

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  • iGary
    Mar 30, 10:30 AM
    I'm really speaking of your negative tone, sir. It's not a positive addition to a lot of threads on this fine board. That's all. ;)

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  • JeDiBoYTJ
    Sep 16, 12:35 PM
    I cant speak for the porsche, but the LaCie d2 is a great drive. I have a 250GB one w/ FW800 and its great. i've had it for 9-10 months now, and it hasnt frozen or crashed on me or anything. It emits a very light hum, and i rarely hear the drive. the only time it makes a lot of noise is when im capturing video, or scrubbing really quickly in FCP.

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  • jimthorn
    Jul 3, 11:38 PM
    Here's how it looks in the Dock.

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  • robbieduncan
    Apr 24, 08:41 AM
    yep,it's nil,I haven't call it before.
    That would seem to be a problem...

    Dejo,I don't see any problem releasing newView(?)
    This is also a problem.

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  • bluehill
    May 3, 09:13 AM
    The leaks tool doesn't tell you where leaks happened. It tells you where leaked objects were created. The red line is where the leaked string was created.

    There's no obvious bug in the code shown. Does anything else leak? Do you release the address in the MapViewController dealloc method? Does the MapViewController leak?

    @interface MapViewController : UIViewController <MKMapViewDelegate,NSXMLParserDelegate>

    Jul 23, 03:05 PM
    They'll just use fix-it and ship it next week :)

    XCode 3 is way old. It was released with Leopard. Since then, we've only really had minor revisions (3.1, 3.2) and very infrequent intervals (3.2 released with snow leopard). I would expect Apple have been working on this for a very long time already.

    Many of those features (e.g. the static analyser, which came with 3.2) could very well have been the result of development done for XCode 4.

    Since the product was announced which such fanfare at WWDC, I would imagine a release would happen in the next few months. Possibly with the iPad's OS4 update (predicted to be around late August/September).

    EDIT: In case anybody was worried, XCode 4 by default installs in to its own folder (/Xcode4) and can co-exist with 3.X. It can open 3.X projects and does not "upgrade" them or make them incompatible with earlier versions.

    This is true, but Apple has also said NOT to use Xcode 4 if you are working on a project you wish to submit to the app store.

    Apr 18, 09:12 AM

    I installed windows 7 sp1 64 bit on my 27" iMac i3 today. Then I updated to boot camp 3.2 and i have the following problems:
    -no aero (ati hd isn't recognized, can't go higher than 1920x1440 resolution). I even installed latest drivers from ATI's website
    -no sound
    -bluetooth pairing was gone, couldn't use mouse and keyboard. I've managed to solve this

    Can someone help me to solve these problems (specially the ati driver problem because that resolutions isn't watchable and graphics performance isn't what it should be).


    May 1, 10:09 PM
    I kind of like the look but the idea of a pro doesn't really sit well with me...unless they keep the pro at the current price and have a cheaper version.

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    Feb 15, 11:38 AM
    How do you know what it stands for, BrittasMac? :confused:

    And actually it's Demi-God Vigilante Press Gang, and the acronym can be attributed to dukestreet. :p

    Apr 6, 09:55 AM
    Instead of committing fraud, why don't you consider 3 years with a black book good enough and buy a new one?

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