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  • stroked
    May 1, 07:43 AM
    Let us know how goes. I'm thinking of replacing my HDD.

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  • Patmian212
    Dec 1, 06:03 PM
    Hey all,
    This is just a feeler. I need a cheap PC laptop.
    Min Specs: Mid range P3

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  • BongHits
    Sep 17, 07:50 PM
    Originally posted by Mac2006
    Is the price difference between the dual 1ghz and the 1.25ghz worth $500, why or why not?
    depends on what you're doing...dont forget it has twice the L3 cache as the new dual 1 ghz (same L3 cache as old dual 1 ghz) your getting approx. 500 more mhz split between two chips, which in motorola terms is pretty significant. consider it like this...the 1.25 is technically 20% faster than the 1ghz, mhz wise. Factor in the additional L3 cache and you have yourself a beast (though I think a used 1ghz tower with 2mb L3 per chip is the best deal you'll find around)

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  • RawBert
    Aug 3, 10:25 AM
    It's Y2K all over again. :)

    I hope the extent of damage is minimal. Just think if a few key satellites are damaged. Some won't have a cell phone for a while. Maybe go without TV. ...The horror.
    As far as more serious concerns, I'm sure the military has contingency defenses in case the system comes crashing down. :eek:

    It's gonna be interesting to see.


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  • aleni
    May 6, 09:06 AM
    one thing in lion that will not get used for me is the launchpad. damn on my 27" ACD it's so big. i remember all of my installed apps and prefer to use spotlight for easy way to launch them.

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  • cas85
    Apr 26, 02:06 PM
    first just select the cell you want to format. then click that little arrow that i circled in the image. in the dropdown, just select "numerical system" and you should be good to go. you can add decimal places also in that same menu.


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  • Jim Campbell
    Feb 23, 03:33 PM
    Nothing stops them from trading with you as a free-lancer� and as far as HMRC is concerned as long as you pay your taxes�

    Nonetheless, I've also encountered companies whose explicit policy is to only deal with other companies, not private individuals or sole traders.

    It's a daft restriction, but it's also trivially easy to set up a limited company -- the small business advisor at your local bank will probably be able to help you with it if doing it yourself through Companies House seems a bit daunting. There are definite benefits over sole trader/self-employed, not least being the fact that no-one can come after your house in settlement of trade debts!

    You should absolutely look into it more�



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  • Soura2112
    Apr 25, 02:24 PM
    This will be a lot longer way to do it, though you may not need to buy anything extra.

    Do you have a the VHS enclosure you put your VHSC tapes in so you can play them on a regular VCR? if so then put the VHSC in the VHS tape (forget what their called, about $20.00). Then use the Red, white, and yellow cables from the VCR to the MiniDV, press play on the VCR and record on The MiniDV cam and you should now have a digital version of your movies. Then just hook the miniDV cam to your Mac via FireWire and you can import with ease. This is the way I did it years ago and worked great with FC and iMovie. granted it takes longer but it will be done without loosing quality. I always just start to copy the VHSC movie and come back in 2 hours, so your not sitting there wasting time.


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  • iScott428
    Apr 20, 02:02 PM
    Although it runs like dirt on my 3Gs, it is an absolutely great app and had to grab it for .99$ so I would have it when I upgrade to the next iPhone.

    Also I have seen and played with this app on the iPad 2 and all I have to say is you could DJ the best house party ever with this app and your iPod music.

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  • razorianfly
    Jan 15, 07:43 AM
    I thought it was at 10am Pacific Standard Time, which would be 6pm here. :confused: Am I totally gone or is it starting at 9am PST? (which would be 5pm here)

    It starts:

    07:00AM - Hawaii
    09:00AM - Pacific
    10:00AM - Mountain
    11:00AM - Central
    12:00PM - Eastern
    05:00PM - GMT / London
    06:00PM - Paris
    08:00PM - Moscow
    02:00AM - Tokyo (January 16th)

    Thanks Engadget



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  • bootloader
    Apr 16, 09:38 PM
    i myself had this problem once in the past, i fixed it by using a small amount of superglue on the edges of the processor, just enough so it sticks firmly in place but not too much that it blocks the thermal paste between the heatsink and processor

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  • blackburn
    Apr 22, 08:53 AM
    Haha luckily for you (and I as well) they do, for free, with no questions asked. This is widely known that the polycarbonate Macs crack around the area near the bottom of the screen (plastic) and at the palm rest around the corners.

    Just call ahead, make sure they have the part in stock (tell them that it's cracked and ask if they can fix it in house) and if so, head over there, drop it off, find something to do, and come back later that day and pick it up :)

    The bottom palm rest of my blackbook is cracked and I'm planning on going to the nearest Apple store as soon as I get off for the summer to get it fixed.

    Yeah but her model is an unibody one, it shouldn't be breaking since there is nothing slamming at it every time you close the lid.

    It has happened before and apple replaced it for free (under warranty). Mine has nothing of those cracks but the top part is new (faulty lcd, replaced for free).


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  • nicname
    Apr 14, 09:16 PM
    ok so ive been wanting the incase black snap on case but stumbled upon this case

    im wondering if anyone has this case and is it like an incase snap on but more protective?

    this is the incase

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  • ZipZap
    Apr 25, 08:17 AM
    I found this interesting:

    Notebook Owners
    Your one-year warranty includes replacement coverage for a defective battery. You can extend your replacement coverage for a defective battery to three years from the date of your notebook purchase with the AppleCare Protection Plan. However, the AppleCare Protection Plan for notebook computers does not cover batteries that have failed or are exhibiting diminished capacity except when the failure or diminished capacity is the result of a manufacturing defect. Apple offers a battery replacement service for MacBook Air and all MacBook Pro notebooks with built-in batteries. You can purchase replacement batteries for late models of Apple notebooks directly from the Apple Store.

    So what constitutes defective. Is there are criteria for measuring this that is disclosed or it it up to the repair tech?

    The way I view this is that it essentially means 99.99% of the time the battery is not covered.


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  • CalfCanuck
    Dec 20, 05:41 PM
    Someone was asking about scanner reviews - not too much that's current out there. Many reviews date from the late 90's!! I guess the push to digital cameras killed most of the market.

    I should note that the 4000ED is my third generation dedicated 35mm scanner. I bought a first generation Nikon personal scanner back in 1993. Hard to get a good scan, as it's dynamic range was pretty bad. My second generation was a Polaroid Sprintscan from 1998. Much better, but single feed and still spotty with complicated slides. I bought the Nikon 4000 in 2003 and have been VERY happy with its performance.

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  • coolant113
    Jan 17, 04:05 PM
    freebies are always a good thing:apple::apple:


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  • djsound
    Feb 4, 04:02 PM
    so on the index page of this site I made I had a form that says "add me for automatic updates"..and has a form where the person inputs their email address....right now it send me an email that has their email address and I manually add them to a group in my for when I send out the updates periodically. What I would prefer is for this to be done automatically. When they input their email address it is automatically added so some kind of database with the others....then when I send the update it just send to all of those....anyone know how to set this up? or a site that can explain it? thanks

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  • hopejr
    Apr 26, 02:03 AM
    Theoretically they should have been removed today. If they are still coming up for you, please post here.

    sorry for the trouble,

    Just letting you know, those ads are still coming up. It has been 2 weeks now.

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  • Bongolo
    Apr 15, 04:56 AM
    Hi lokerd,

    can you or someone explain how to double tap to switch apps with Sbsettings? I cannot see this option!

    Rod Rod
    Sep 19, 09:32 PM
    Also, what is the difference between these two 17" displays as shown on cnet? :confused:
    One has the part number M7649ZM/B and the other one is M7649ZMA.

    There's either no difference or one has chrome Apple logos (front and back) and the other has graphite Apple logos. Most likely no stores have the graphite logo ones in stock and those store links would get you a chrome logo monitor.

    Jun 23, 10:32 AM
    About 07:30, assuming I get out of work on time?

    Apr 3, 08:05 PM
    I keep reading on various posts that some people use a wet application method on dry films (PS and SGP).

    Can you share your techniques and experiences using the wet apply on these films? Also is the adhesion as good as when applied dry?

    I am interested since I have never had problems with dust, but I do have problems aligning it properly.

    Aslo some questions about the SGP oleophobic:

    1. Meltdownblitz mentioned in another thread that now instead of the single large speaker/cam cutout they have two separate ones. Do you have any pics? That single cutout was the only thing keeping me away from the oleo.

    2. Why there is no back protector version of the SGP Oleo?

    Not sure about your wet apply methods to dry apply films but I do know some people have been doing that. I personally had a friend at Att install my film for me because I am horrible at it. He aligned it perfect and went on easy without dust.

    And about your question about the 2 separate cutouts for the oleo film, I'll take a pic for you of mine and edit this post and post it here. I'm still loving my oleo film though. And not to sure why they don't have a back oleo film, I'm sure they will soon though, another company just came out with a oleo back film that larry greenburg just reviewed recently, but if SGP comes out with a oleo back, I'll pick it up.

    Mar 11, 05:32 PM
    Are you sure that you aren't at the back of the line standing the wrong way? :confused:


    Mar 13, 11:45 AM
    Are you using this:

    I was using this guide: ...but i just came across this guide that i may try out today:

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