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  • ZZ Bottom
    Mar 21, 06:57 PM
    I'm sure it is, since iMovie for iPhone was shoehorned into the iPad.

    However, after using iMovie on my iPad 2 for several videos, I can tell you there is already noticeable lag even on the more powerful and ram filled iPad 2. My usage is with footage Imported from the iPhone 4, so there's no codec issue that's causing the general slowness; just a heavy task.

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  • Cybergypsy
    Dec 25, 02:31 PM
    how much cash, the Luna is about 650.00...?????

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  • mike2.0
    Apr 29, 09:49 AM
    thanks guys
    but yes im da carrier and i have at&t
    as for baseband i dont know wat that is i hope i dont need to mess wit that lol

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  • edesignuk
    Jan 22, 11:16 AM
    It links to :confused:

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  • old-wiz
    Apr 10, 07:45 AM
    the ebay link you provided has been taken down.

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  • Hermes Monster
    Apr 15, 02:12 PM
    The best advice I can give is to install firebug on FF or Chrome, and edit the styles directly in the browser until you figure out what's wrong - it's a great way to learn

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  • MisterMe
    Apr 10, 08:13 PM
    I'm trying to find a way to play a VC-1 encoded video stream on a Snow Leopard system.

    Google tells me, manually installing Flip4Mac and the outdated Quicktime Pro v7 could work. Both are not really welcome on my system, so I'd like to find a way to play VC-1 encoded video by other means.

    Has anyone found a way to accomplish this... or maybe a way to convert the stream (on mac!)?VC-1 is supposed to be an open standard. However, it clings closely to its proprietary Microsoft roots. The free version of Flip4Mac can play Windows Media 9 Advanced (VC-1). Your inability to play this format indicates that your VC-1 file may be Windows Media 10 or higher. Nothing on the Mac can play Windows Media 10 or higher. You do, however, hang by one last thread. Microsoft Silverlight is supposed to support VC-1. Hopefully, the latest Mac version of Silverlight supports your VC-1 file.

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  • revelated
    Jan 4, 07:24 PM
    Starting to irritate me. Here's the deal.

    I have an Airport running in 5GHz 802.11n. The SSID is hidden. Up until now I've been able to connect to it without issue. Recently though, I'm finding issues.

    I have three computers connected to the Airport. Of the three, only my MacBook Pro seems to conveniently "forget" the SSID and won't connect to it automatically anymore. If I manually re-enter the SSID it will connect fine, but it won't stick. The moment I leave the house with it, or it hibernates, it won't re-connect. The iMac connects fine, the Air connects fine. It's only the Pro that is having this issue.

    Now, the Pro is the oldest of the computers, bought in July of last year, for what it's worth. Up until now I've never had it happen this frequently.

    Any ideas? I know this is an ongoing problem with Snow Leopard, but I'd really like to get a resolution. It's not the Airport, because the same thing happened with another router, plus the other computers connect fine.

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  • wolfboy
    Dec 27, 05:59 PM
    I think it depends on the screen protector, mainly if it goes all the way to the edge of the glass or not. He clearly has one on in the pics so I guess it works. I also say InCase Slider is the best in terms of both looks and durability. Second would probably be Speck Candyshell for ease-of-use and durability.

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  • silverFox505
    Apr 23, 10:33 PM
    I have a 4 year old white Macbook with 2 Gb of ram running Snow Leopard that I just did the most recent automatic software update from 10.6.6 to 10.6.7 along with other updates for iTune and my printer, etc.

    It reached the point where it says "Registering updated components..." and it got stuck - no more progress bar movement for 20 minutes. I powered off the machine holding down the on/off button. It rebooted ok and the applications work fine, but when i shut in down it got stuck again. Again I had to power it off by holding down the on/off button. It started up fine afterwards.

    Something obviously is no longer right, but I don't know what to do next. Any suggestions? (Yes I have a current backup of all files before the software update)

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  • Young Spade
    May 7, 03:27 AM
    I have a 13" black macbook that was bought in 2007. It has pretty standard hardware, such as 1GB of ram, 160GB HD, etc. However, it has been having problems for about a year now. The first problem it has relates to the computer lagging/skipping. The computer always lags (using a mouse or trackpad). It lags/skips when i'm browsing the internet, playing itunes (the songs actually skip and get choppy), playing a dvd using the DVD player app, and when I watch any type of video on the internet (youtube videos, flash videos; the audio gets choppy and fuzzy). The second issue I have been having is random shutdowns. Sometimes, I will be typing a report or browsing the internet and I will get an error message telling me that I have to restart the computer by holding down the power button. This has happened about 4 times. I think these issues might relate to a bad logic board, but I am not sure. Any ideas? How much does it cost to fix these issues? Thanks

    You might have a bad harddrive although the logic board sounds like a possible candidate as well; Are you near an Apple store? if so, you could call them up and see if you could set up an appointment or something...

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  • Willyee3
    May 3, 08:09 PM
    thank you all! =)

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  • Jolly Jimmy
    May 4, 10:16 PM
    There's always a chance that you may lose data, especially as disk failure could be the cause of the problems. Make sure you backup everything you need before doing anything else. But if the drive is not failing after all, then repairing the disk's file directory in disk utility should probably fix it.

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  • cocacolakid
    Apr 23, 03:05 PM
    Make sure both Macs are on the same network, then follow these directions....

    " (scroll to the bottom for OS 8)

    On the newer Mac...

    In Finder select "Connect to Server..." from the Go menu.
    To connect to an OS 8.5 or OS 8.6 system, I enter the string "afp:/at/OS8MacName:*" (Replace MacName with the name of your OS 8.5 Mac)

    The OS 8.5 and OS 8.6 systems used AppleTalk-over-Ethernet for their file server, so they don't use the IP address for file sharing services. You need to know the name of the OS 8.6 Mac to connect this way. It's the "Computer Name:" in the OS 8.6 File Sharing control panel.

    You should be prompted for a user name and password, as with OS 9 (enter a name and password set up on the OS 8.6 system's File Sharing control panel.)"

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  • Beezzy
    Apr 23, 08:26 PM
    Hey everyone,

    Brand new to Macs, I got the i5 MacBook Pro 13'' 2011 yesterday, loving alot of it, still learning how things work different than Windows. But one thing I'm having a hard time with is getting my GMail contacts to import! Where do I even go? I try going to Address Book > Import, but then there is no GMail option. Thanks in advance!

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  • topgunn
    Jul 1, 10:30 AM
    Is this the hi-res version and does it have the sudden motion senser on it? How's the battery and does it have the superdrive? What about the box too? Thanks!

    Hi-res - No
    Motion Sensor - Not sure
    Battery Life - Good
    Superdrive - Yes
    Box - No

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  • mysterytramp
    May 2, 02:48 PM
    I believe Forklift can do the job and it's part of the MacLegion ( bundle.


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  • Dylan552
    Apr 5, 05:40 PM

    Thanks! :apple::apple::apple:

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  • Doctor Q
    Nov 4, 12:16 AM
    I'm sure we can fix it. I captured the evidence.

    May 27, 11:20 AM
    I'm going to go there. Got A physics exam in the morning though so probably getting down there about 12. You think they'll still have some left by then?

    mac jones
    May 3, 07:09 PM
    My advise to you is just get rid of the drive. This cable swapping is pathetic, and is no guarantee of anything.

    Ebay is your friend (well maybe not your 'friend',....)

    Feb 21, 06:59 PM
    I'm tried direct connection but no luck. Is a regular CAT 5 cable sufficient? Or would I need a "crossover" cable?

    Sep 21, 06:02 PM

    Not air soft but air rifle ....

    May 6, 10:15 AM
    If there us a crisis and one person out of a hundred will live. . you are the one that will live. :D:D:D

    Why isit that you will skip vga?

    VGA is outdated, and DVI/HDMI are better equipped to handle higher resolutions. VGA is an analog signal. HDMI is a digital signal. There is much greater risk for signal degradation, particularly with a long cable, with VGA than HDMI.

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