Tuesday, May 31, 2011

oscar de la hoya

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  • Oscar De La Hoya. Lil Wayne

  • G5Unit
    Aug 31, 11:34 AM
    Thank you everyone!

    Any other places?

    oscar de la hoya. The fact that Oscar De La Hoya
  • The fact that Oscar De La Hoya

  • reberto
    Dec 7, 02:46 PM
    Link doesn't work.
    link fixed

    oscar de la hoya. Oscar De La Hoya Autographed
  • Oscar De La Hoya Autographed

  • Gix1k
    Mar 14, 10:15 AM
    And if you would have taken the time to go to the right forum and look on the first page you would have seen that we have been talking about it since 8pm last night.

    yeah yeah...beat it!

    oscar de la hoya. Oscar De La Hoya vs Shane
  • Oscar De La Hoya vs Shane

  • MaxBurn
    May 5, 09:57 AM
    Yes, just get 4.3.2 somewhere and you can restore normally for the moment it looks like.


    oscar de la hoya. OSCAR DE LA HOYA! THROWBACK!

  • supercooled
    Jan 1, 01:21 AM
    Happy New Year, MR.

    I'm making a new start and would like to pursue a passion of mine that's been put on the burner for some time now which is music production. Is there a relatively cheap intermediate level USB keyboard that I can get to learn programming music on? I don't want one of those 108 keys that span across my desk but more a mini one. I'm into progressive/deep house music.


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  • oscar de la hoya biography.

  • seubjoh
    Mar 23, 01:49 PM
    I was able to torrent a bootcamp 3.0 installation, install, set boot to mac osx, and then delete the partition. What a nightmare, this consumed my entire night and morning. Thanks for all the help everyone, hopefully when I get back to school I can get a a partition working with all my disks there.


    oscar de la hoya. Oscar de la Hoya
  • Oscar de la Hoya

  • Doctor Q
    Mar 26, 02:33 PM
    How many Apple employees will be fired and immediately escorted off the property for getting the version number wrong?

    oscar de la hoya. Oscar De La Hoya will always
  • Oscar De La Hoya will always

  • WardC
    Apr 12, 08:39 PM
    Well, the time has come, I thought I would share some photos of my Mac Portables with you. I have two Portables, a M5120 and an M5126 with the backlit display. Both have rebuilt batteries, and function flawlessly. I have posted 14 photos (1-9 of the M5126) (10-14 of the M5120). Enjoy!!










    And now the M5120 (no backlight):







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  • oscar de la hoya wife. retired

  • robbieduncan
    Apr 24, 07:54 AM
    Actually there is a malloc, it's embedded in the memcpy.

    My mistake. But the underlying problem is the same: the address of returnElement is on the stack. The address of the memory the at malloced in the call to memcpy is "lost" as it is never saved into a variable. So that malloced memory is leaked.

    But, if I understand you correctly, the act of copying from the heap to the stack has the same effect of free()?

    No. Absolutely 100% not. You have allocated space on the heap with the malloc. The malloc returned the address for you to free later. You did not save this address so cannot call free but that is OK as memcpy also returns the destination address (so as you can put the memcpy and malloc in one line like you have). But you fail to save the address their, instead dereferencing the pointer and saving that value in a variable. So at this point the malloced space on the heap is leaked. This is a problem. The space you allocated on the stack for the double is fine: it will get cleaned up for you.

    The solution is to split this into two lines. You need to have a void * pointer variable that you store the return from memcpy in. You can then dereference and cast the that into returnElement. And finally free the void * pointer returned from memcpy.

    oscar de la hoya. Oscar quot;Golden Boyquot; de la
  • Oscar quot;Golden Boyquot; de la

  • HE15MAN
    Apr 9, 06:13 PM
    It adequate my proximity sensor sketchy as hell


    oscar de la hoya. head of Oscar De La Hoya
  • head of Oscar De La Hoya

  • cambookpro
    May 6, 06:31 PM
    I find shut down times amazingly fast now. Takes about 4 secs to shut down, even with a poultry 5400rpm HD. Also my Airport issues have gone, YAY!!

    oscar de la hoya. Oscar De La Hoya v Steve
  • Oscar De La Hoya v Steve

  • FriarCrazy
    Aug 5, 04:25 PM
    That was just about the coolest thing I've ever seen. I saw a guy that put a linux box in his car... This totally blows him away. Wow.


    oscar de la hoya. Oscar de la Hoya has not been
  • Oscar de la Hoya has not been

  • leishan
    Dec 14, 10:31 AM
    I'll take it!

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  • arum, pacman, and dela hoya

  • Dav1
    Apr 5, 07:11 AM
    A bit OT, does the camera connector work with iPhone 4?

    Yes, but you are limited to very low powered devices, I believe it is 10 ma or less, in effect only the SD adaptor works, to use the USB adapter you must add a self powered hub.....


    oscar de la hoya. Oscar De La Hoya
  • Oscar De La Hoya

  • bousozoku
    Nov 2, 01:17 AM
    Actually, they were all Canon units. Looked great and worked very well in the beginning.

    That was my reason for being vague about any specific brand, all multifuntion units leave a lot to be desired in the quality department.

    There ain't no free lunch. The only reason that all the manufacturers can offer such seemingly good value for money, is because they cut corners where you can't see - at least not at first anyhow.

    That's sad. Canon had a bad reputation for consumer printers when the Bubble Jet line arrived but I thought that they were doing anything to stay away from that.

    Well, there is one place where Epson cut corners on the CX6400--the USB 2.0 cable. It's extremely short but better to have the requisite, speedy cable included. Compared to the C84, the CX6400 was expensive--the C86/CX6600 shows a similar price differential. I'm completely surprised that I haven't had troubles as I've read plenty about people with C84s having problems.

    I would suggest that paying around $100 for an all-in-one is inviting trouble, though.

    oscar de la hoya. Golden Boy Oscar De La Hoya
  • Golden Boy Oscar De La Hoya

  • mcarvin
    Mar 11, 03:42 PM
    60-70 in line

    my ETA would be about 4:50 or so. How's the line look?


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  • oscar de la hoya pics.

  • UnixMac
    Oct 12, 08:02 PM
    I'm gonna give it until the 3rd week of Oct is over, then I'll give up and just buy a used PB 667 to hold me over till the new stuff comes out. But I'll be darned if I pay $3200 for an 800mhz G4, I don't care how sexy it is.

    oscar de la hoya. and Oscar De La Hoya 2
  • and Oscar De La Hoya 2

  • Super20
    Sep 18, 02:47 PM
    We have dozens of places around here (including EB Games) that will buy used cds. Some will give you cash, some may give you a better deal in credit. I believe some places online are cdtradespot.com and cashforcds.com. I think that's how you spell them. If you do a search, you can probably find them if those address are wrong.

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  • snaps of Oscar De La Hoya

  • Legion93
    Apr 22, 05:01 PM
    When I buy RAM for my Macs, I buy Crucial, cheap, reliable and high-quality. Apple uses mostly cheap Korean brand 'Hynix' memory modules in their Macs and they are quite unreliable. Can't speak for OWC though...

    Mar 19, 06:37 AM
    The next Mac Mini should be fine for that. If as hoped it gets a Sandy Bridge processor it'll make the MacBook Air look terribly slow in comparison for CPU intensive tasks, especially if you put a SSD in the Mini.

    As for EyeTV, the current Mini isn't as powerful as many of us would like, but I find it to be adequate. Hopefully the refresh will correct this and allow smooth playing of live sport in HDTV using progressive scan.

    Aug 12, 10:49 PM
    Ugh Quicktime is terrible and needs to die. I dislike it almost as much as I disliked realplayer back in the late 90's.

    Mar 26, 08:30 PM
    I'm after 1 or 2 more people to add to my army of 4 other Beta testers for a game I'm working on.
    There are a few requirements-

    1) A PC and/or bootcamp. The beta is tied to individual systems too, so not jumping from system to system! A good controller is recommended. I'm using an Xbox 360 wired controller to dev it, all 4 face buttons, the start button and 2 shoulder buttons are in use so you'd either need something similar or you can always use a keyboard.
    2) A softspot to 2D games. This may be ported to the PSP or DS, unlikely for big screened consoles. so it's 2D. In the style of Super Metroid and co. Infact it plays more like an exploration game at the beginning so theres little combat. Very retro gameplay, RPG levelling up system. That sort of thing really.
    3) Commitment. It's going to be a long project with updates coming out at irregular times. But you will be expected to play through, give comments on my forum etc.

    The game itself is very much in its infancy, estimated release is late 2007 and is unpaid, but full term beta testers will get free copies of the game... if you're not sick of it by this stage :p

    screenshots and other info on my site! (http://satansam.co.uk/tormishire)

    Nov 11, 05:47 AM
    why has nobody ever replied to this???

    I almost remember reading this before but that day I was preparing a birthday party for my son... anyway, welcome to the mac jungle 18th.

    May 6, 06:44 PM
    You used the "Copy Image Address" option via the right click menu or did you copy the image address via the address bar?
    How to attach an image to your MR post. (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=11836587#post11836587)

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