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  • Shrek
    Sep 17, 08:03 PM
    Originally posted by sparkleytone

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  • FreeState
    Mar 1, 06:45 PM
    Ironic part is, by trying to defend this law the republicans are just speeding up the whole process of it going to court and having it ruled unconstitutional. So thanks to republicans, the Feds may soon be recognizing gay marriages! Who would have thought?

    Not only that - it looks like those in Congress who want to take up the case want FRC (SPLC certified Hate group Family Research Council) to partner with them on the cases. Congressional Republicans may want to rethink that as nearly all their research and positions will not hold up in a court of law (for example, a child does better if his or her same sex parents don't divorce, so obviously that must show a child raised by two members of the same sex will damage the child, no study on that needed!).

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  • TheWitePony
    Jul 25, 08:16 PM
    Here is a screen shot. As you can see the Print Center can see my printer, yet it says that I have no drivers insalled. And apparently I nee some drivers because I cannot click add to add the printer. Also, I just downloaded gimp print and it did not seem to work either. I believe that there is some problem with the all in one printers. This is unfortunate, i was planning on using the same printer between my PC and my Mac. I guess I'm going to have to network or move my files to my PC if I ever need to print anything, which is going to be a pain....because I refuse to buy another printer, one should be enough.

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  • cube
    Apr 27, 06:44 PM
    We know that. The question is if it's possible to have power between 6 pin and 9 pin for each direction (cable issue?)

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  • madog
    Feb 16, 12:33 AM
    Everything ran smoothly for the... ohhh 4-5 years I've had Mac OS X. Then, one day a couple of weeks ago [using 10.3.7], my internet magically "shuts down" while my computer is on [this is the only pretext to my finder problem]. Nothing I could do could restart the internet: power cycling the modem/router, creating new connection settings, whatever. So then, I decided to restart. This is when my Finder hung at startup. Soooo, I let it sit there for a while and after about 5 min of not touching anything [not trying to relaunch Finder] it will startup. However, if the Finder hangs [for me] at startup, the internet will not work at all. Soooo crap.

    So I went through my basic troubleshooting scheme, rebooting from a CD and running the likes of DiskWarrior, TechTool4 and DiskUtility. The first time I did this, everything went back to normal. However, after another 12 hours of the computer being on, the internet mysteriously cut out again, so I knew the Finder would hang if I rebooted [which it did]. So I did what I had done before but this time nothing worked. Soooo I tried a combo power-cycling modem/router-while-booted-from-cd-and-running-repairs thing and it worked. So I went along my merry way and it happened again. This time after about 24 hours.

    So then I boot up from my Panther disk to run repairs from there. This time, I only have my modem unplugged [in all/any way it can be unplugged] and upon restart it worked fine. Good. Great. Dandy.

    Then after another unknown amount of hours [2 days or so] it happens [i]again. Sigh.....

    "OK, screw this", I thought. I'll just reinstall and everything will be OK. So I boot from my Panther disk, zero my boot drive and reformat to Journaling ["Fine, if Mac OS X would rather have journaling then it might make my life easier"]. I reinstall only the BSD Subsystem as an option so I only have to use 1 disk. Then I go about re-customizing my OS to my liking, adding this time only LittleSnitch, MenuMeters and TransperantDock [as opposed to all the crap I had on before, with around 10 "other" system preference panes and a "full" Applications folder]. Then after another 48 hours the system craps out. Just long enough after I had everything to my liking.


    So I go about reinstalling again, this time from a friends Panther disk, just to make sure. Instead of zeroing the drive again, I just erase and reinstall. Upon the very first restart, the Finder hung........ "Dear Mac Gods......"

    So the next time, I try zeroing AND "8-way random write" to my drive just to make sure everything is nice and clear before I start again. Oh, by the way, did you know it takes around 13 hours to 8-way random write to a 30gb hard drive? Anyway, this time I get it started after and immediately [as I usually do] run permission repair and then update my OS. Then after reboot, I repair permissions again and proceed to get more updates. Oh, and at this time I had been recieving weird permission problems such as:

    User differs on ., should be 0, owner is 501
    Permissions differ on ., should be drwxrwxr-t , they are drwxrwxr-x
    Owner and group corrected on .
    Permissions corrected on .


    Permissions differ on ./private/etc/slpsa.conf, should be -rwxr-xr-x , they are -rw-r--r--
    Owner and group corrected on ./private/etc/slpsa.conf
    Permissions corrected on ./private/etc/slpsa.conf

    I repair my permissions regularly and have never seen either of those before.

    Let's see.... where was I.... oh, 3rd reinstall I think.

    Ok, so I continue to update my system [this install was when 10.3.8 came out, before the full combo update] and get it to 10.3.8. I happily chug along thinking 10.3.8 was a god send, and go forth and install LittleSnitch and MenuMeters [two things I can't live without] directly from the developer sites. Then the problem happens AGAIN after another 24 hours or so of no restart after installing LS.

    So now I'm really angry. I search Apple's boards and google the problem to find that it's happened to more than a few people. They have suggestions such as to reset pram, delete user and system caches and delete certain user/system preferences. "How could I have a corrupt cache or pref on a fresh install?", I think. So I reboot and let the system hang until it finally boots up [but with no internet access] and I enable invisible items and proceed to trash all my caches [only this so far]. Since some are still in use, I have to reboot to empty the trash. So I do so. The Finder hangs the next start up, but I figure that's just a warmup for the files I just deleted. So I restart again. Finder still hangs. Luckily I had to leave at this point, so I keep my system running, getting ready to rein

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  • tuqqer
    Dec 11, 04:40 PM
    You won't believe this.

    It was a bad wireless card.

    Using brilliant deductive reasoning I finally thought, "this is either a badly seated Airport card, or just a downright bad card."

    After unplugging/replugging the card in numerous times (disconnecting/connecting the little plug each time), just to be sure it was in fact seated well (which I'd done once before last week), I finally opened up my other Mac laptop (which uses the same identical card) and put it into this new iBook.

    Damn. Lightening fast. I"M UP.

    Just to check, I then plugged in this supposedly broken Airport card into my PowerBook, and sure enough: no signal. The card really is bad.

    Why did the iBook work great while in the Apple Store in Cherry Creek? This is what initially had me think that it could not be a hardware problem. Then I realized: perhaps a Mac can get barely pick up a wireless signal even without the Airport card. Either that, or the card kinda/sorta/sometimes would work. And, I'll bet the signal strength in the Apple store was super strong, and got through even a semi-busted airport card.

    That's the first time a problem has actually been the darn hardware in all my 14 years of Mac'ing. I will never again discount physical matter as the potential source of the glitch.

    Criminy. I think I spend about 30-40 solid hours trying to figure this one out.


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  • PerfSeeker
    Jul 21, 06:29 PM
    Well considering Apple makes real products and Google makes... .what do they make?

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  • rdowns
    Feb 9, 03:41 PM
    Angry Birds will kick ass on that.

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  • eastercat
    Mar 22, 12:49 AM
    How many times did you try the jb and what were you using? Pwnage or greenpoison? Just because the jb fails once doesn't mean that it was a disaster. Try the jb again.
    At this point im just frustrated. I changed the host file with this ip Then I followed all the steps and got 4.2.1 on. When I went to jailbreak, I got it into DFU mode but the jailbreak failed. Now I just want to update to 4.3 but I cant because I dont remember what I changed and replace with this Anybody know the original text so I can update to 4.3?

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  • alansmallen
    Oct 26, 04:26 PM
    posting in line... 60 people in line

    first one!

    they gave out water and iPods!

    jk about the ipods

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  • Benjy91
    Apr 3, 02:58 PM

    A promotional video for Microsoft’s Forza 4 game leaked to the Internet on Friday.

    WinRumors held back from posting the video until Microsoft representatives were able to confirm the video was genuine and not an elaborate April Fools. Microsoft has confirmed the authenticity of the video and has claimed it was never meant for public distribution.

    The video in question was not intended for public distribution and may not accurately reflect features and functionality that ship in Forza Motorsport 4. We will have more to share on Forza Motorsport 4 in the near future.

    The video shows off some of the promised Kinect features for Forza 4. “Stand up and use your hands to open the doors, retract the roof, fire up the engine,” says the narrator of the video. The game will feature 80 car manufacturers, a figure that has never been seen before in a racing game. “Kinect powered head tracking allows you to look into the corners while you race,” says the narrator. IGN also notes that Top Gear’s own test track might make its way to Forza 4.

    The video shows that the Kinect integration will mainly be for the less hardcore gamers. Microsoft’s promise to share more information on Forza 4 “in the near future” will keep the masses hoping for further Kinect integration.

    Forza Motorsport 4 Developer Video (

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  • livingfortoday
    Sep 28, 04:22 PM
    I recommend reading the FAQ on graphics cards on Many cards will not fit, or will require a VRM move. In fact, most cards will require a VRM move, except for some flashed 5200's and Radeon 9000's. Also there are some GeForce3 and 2 cards that fit without a VRM move. They have a good list with specifics, check it out.

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  • DJsteveSD
    Mar 11, 10:08 PM
    the manager stated that she was doing according to corporate. I find that hard to believe as it was a fraked up mess. really? can they not manage inventory any better than "youre in a gray area and might not have the model you wanted" what she meant was go home loser.

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  • jemeinc
    May 4, 07:26 PM
    Derek, like I said earlier, I'm really sorry I wasn't able to help you BEFORE you laid out your hard earned cash but you really did a GREAT job with the video. I'm sure your story, and your EXCELLENT video documenting it, will save someone else from the same outcome in the future.


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  • DustinT
    May 4, 01:15 PM
    Man, just go buy one. The hardware was just updated and they are terrific machines. Installing Lion will take about 30 mins in typical Apple fashion. You'll love it.

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  • lambchucks40
    Jan 28, 04:08 PM
    Can you clarify step #8 please.

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  • Kees Braam
    Jan 9, 05:59 PM
    Guys, thank you so much for the help! It worked! I'm suprised that it is in fact pretty simple. Thanks again!:):D

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  • Freg3000
    Jul 21, 05:30 PM
    Originally posted by Laslo Panaflex
    Either you pressed the capture now button before the video device was ready, or the device isn't playing. In Either case you can press the capture now, then press play on your camera.


    Ok, we are getting somewhere. When I press play after hitting capture now, the video starts playing. When I hit ESC to stop it, it does stop, but nothing happens. no dialog boxes asking me what to name it, and nothing appears in the browser.

    The iMovie thing does work, but I'd rather do it "the right way." :)

    Edit: I have got it working (thanks for all your help) but I still am doing it manually in the sense that it does not stop when there is a cut in the tape. I'd like to get each clip every time I started to record, and it is too hard to do manually. Should I just get out of this iMovie mindset or is it possible to do this?

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  • etoiles
    Sep 14, 09:25 AM
    Importing from Europe would be even more interesting. But I'm not sure that most of the cars built for their consumption meet U.S. emissions and crash testing standards. Therefore, obtaining registration would probably be unduly difficult.

    cars tend to be much more expensive (same models) in Europe,though... guess you wouldn't have to pay taxes there, but I am not sure to how much this accounts for.

    I really wish to se the Audi A2 here in the is not the most 'manly' car

    Feb 27, 12:49 AM
    press h to toggle help information
    press m to toggle the slider menu
    press t to toggle track info
    press i to toggle fps

    Laird Knox
    Feb 11, 05:12 PM
    Drupal for me as well. We've created prototype web sites with all the bells and whistles (points, badges, rules, social media, forums, inbox, etc.) in next to no time. We were also able to create custom modules that tied into very regimented systems.

    I haven't had a chance to look at 7 yet.

    Sep 12, 08:19 PM
    Originally posted by alex_ant
    Why are they going to such pains to AltiVec-ize everything?

    And why did they discontinue Logic for x86?

    I can't understand why they wouldn't opt for that Power4 variant (if the recent rumor is to believed, which I don't think it is). It seems like the perfect chip for Apple.

    definitely a good call.

    it would be just plain stupid. looks like we are either stuck with moto or IBM is having alot of fun teasing us with their new proc.

    Jan 10, 05:38 PM
    Cool. Interesting business model. ;) I wonder why its free now. Trying to preempt something from Apple maybe? :)

    May 4, 12:53 AM
    ^Thanks for the advice, I'll go ahead and remove the link to the auction so that no one else takes what I want. :D

    Though, I will re-upload the photos.

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