Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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  • patp
    May 4, 11:18 PM
    Just checked on my Verizon iPhone running iOS 4.2.8, and it IS allowing me to airplay video to my Apple TV. I don't usually airplay, as I just stream via homesharing from my Macbook Pro to my Apple TV, so I can't say if this is "new" or not. But, I can definitely Airplay video.

    downloading now. This is awesome news! have you noticed any improvements in performance?

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  • xbuddycorex
    May 2, 07:17 PM
    It's not one of the first ones made, the iPhone was released on June 29th, 2007 and your phone was made in the first week of July, 2007. Therefore the initial influx of production models were already in the hands of the first customers before yours was made. It was made fairly early in the cycle, but definitely not in the first group.

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  • karsten
    Nov 20, 04:10 PM
    well i looked around the f@h website a bit, and found instructions for running the windows client through wine on linux. they are here: http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?p=158848#p158848

    so i figured i'd try to see if that could happen for osx.

    i installed winebottler from http://winebottler.kronenberg.org/,

    the os x cuda toolkit from http://developer.nvidia.com/object/cuda_3_2_downloads.html

    then the gpu3 folding client from http://www.stanford.edu/~friedrim/.Folding@home-Win32-GPU_Vista-631.zip

    ran the client in wine but i keep getting "Gpu species not recognized." errors from the folding client. i see theres a new version of the client available, i'll try that. thinking either that or the os x nvidia drivers are enough different from the windows ones that the client can't access it properly. this is on a 2009 mp with the gt120 which is fermi i think. tried both fermi and non- in the client but both gave that error. play around with it and see maybe what you all find:)

    EDIT 1: I JUST TRIED THE NEWEST VERSION OF THE CLIENT, 6.40r1 AND IT NOW APPEARS TO DETECT THE GRAPHICS CARD! it sees the gt120 as Gpu type=3 species=20. the client downloads the core then it crashes when it tries to run with Calling '.\FahCore_15.exe -dir work/ -suffix 01 -nice 19 -checkpoint 15 -verbose -lifeline 63 -version 641'

    [22:17:18] CoreStatus = C0000135 (-1073741515)
    [22:17:18] Client-core communications error: ERROR 0xc0000135
    [22:17:18] This is a sign of more serious problems, shutting down.

    will continue to try to get this to work :)

    EDIT 2: I missed the part to install some wrappers. going to see if that helps. apparently from http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=16783 someone said gpu2 ran on os x so maybe it's possible

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  • pcmike
    Oct 26, 04:35 PM
    im in line here wearing the green polo shirt and brown shorts.. anyone else here?


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  • imac abuser
    Apr 27, 03:39 PM

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  • Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt talk to Claudia Winkleman on the evening before their pilot episode of the Boosh goes out on BBC 3.

  • pcmike
    Oct 26, 07:58 PM
    I was there and gone in 5mins. I'm going to hold off on installing Leopard until I can figure out if I could of gotten it cheaper through my school bookstore. Also, I'll probably wait to install it until Markspace updates Missing Sync for Windows Mobile.

    I'm pretty disappointed about the educational price only being 10% off when its usually $69!


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  • TheOne
    Jul 12, 12:01 AM
    I have been a PC user for basicly my entire life, but I have never exactly been happy with it. The thing would crash, have the BSoD, but that is not really why i switched.

    Basicly I got tired of the Windows Operating System, Bill Gates, and the millions of PC Viruses. I needed a notebook for college in the fall, and I picked up a 17" PowerBook G4 because it suites all of my needs and it replaces the need for a desktop for quite some time. I have enjoyedm first week as a Mac User because everything has worked so well, and I am actually used to all of the windows opened at the same time now! (I never understood before untill I actually spent hours upon hours with the thing)

    I have now become addicted to iTunes and have puchased 68 songs in my first week. :D Another reason why I wanted the Mac is because of Final Cut Pro. I love watching and making movies so I felt that the Mac would be the best thing for me... The last movie I made was on my Pentium 4 box and I nearly threw it out of the window because it was so evil... Hopefully the Mac is more kind. I have not started to edit video on my Mac yet, but that is because I have not had the time.

    I like my "little" 17" PowerBook because it works great and everyone I have shown it off to has been really amazed by it. :cool:

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  • zizo79
    Feb 12, 01:47 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    The iPhone 4 was a failure at launch. The antenna is broken. It drops Internet connections and calls if held a certain. The glass claiming to be strong is weak sauce and the only good things on the phone are the cameras and screen.*
    Am I the only one who feels this way?

    Yes.....You are ! So what if you get a dropped call once in a while? Some people take it to far sometimes. I live in a rural area and it is rare that my Internet goes down and if it does, I just reboot it and it works !



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  • solvs
    Jan 2, 03:06 AM
    Some of that may be Paypal fees, but even then they can screw themselves. I knew they sucked, but that's pretty bad. They probably have to write that because if they just take the money they'd get into trouble, but they would have been better off just posting a link to the Red Cross.

    If you donate $25 or more, Spymac.com will give you free ad-free status for two weeks. Please include your Spymac username in order to take advantage of this offer.

    I don't have the words...

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  • 5300cs
    Jul 9, 08:48 PM
    Heh, all my friends in Boston used to drive up to NH to get things sales-tax-free .. especially cigs.

    When I switched, I listed all the apps I used on windows, then went about looking for the Mac equivalent. IE > Safari, Outlook Express > Mail, Nero > Toast , etc.. it took a while but it was fun in the process. I also found that trying to use windows again now sux 'cause it doesn't have all the programs I'm so used to!

    Knock yourself out, sounds like a nice machine.


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  • alph45
    Apr 15, 04:29 PM
    to be frank, i would wait for the new computer which will have imovie11 bundled. i have no idea what early versions of imovie do to footage on import, but it's probably not nice. If you were using FCP it wouldn't be an issue.

    fyi, mpeg4 is h.264 (kind of). h.264 is actually mpeg4 part 10, but the terms are often used interchangeably. Both however, are delivery formats.

    I would import as DV since it would be the native tape based format and has less compression.

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  • ktbubster
    Jun 22, 06:12 PM
    Ok, listing everything would take far too long, but last year i bought a lot of ibook pieces from another member here, picked out what i needed and fiddled with some of it.. and now I am going to be moving in a few weeks and want to get some of it cleared out.

    ALSO - any of the bottom or lcd cases can be dyed or custom painted (inside for g3s and outside for g4s) before being shipped off to you for an extra 20 for g4 painting 30 for g3 painting (have to remove the white paint on the inside takes longer and more supplies) and 40 for dye - as it takes a lot longer and dye costs the most.

    See my website http://web.mac.com/katyelizabeth -> other art - computers to see examples of painting!

    I have TONS of 12inch ibook g3 and g4 top cases
    a few bottom cases of both as well and a FEW 14inch ibook g3 cases
    They are in various stages of painting, some painted, some plain , some clear, some primed, some normal - bunch of experiments

    I have 3 batteries, all hold a charge, but some less then others

    i have a powerbook 12 inch battery that holds a bit of a charge

    some logic boards with various problems

    screws gallore!

    inner frames gallore!
    3 harddrives 10gb and 20gb

    a semi working optical drive

    Random bits of ram

    Cables, cords, random bits

    fans, more cables,

    KEYBOARDS (g3 ibooks) AND topcases (trackpad etc) (from both g3 AND g4 12inchers and i think a 14incher in there for a g3)

    An original airport card SOLD

    hinge covers, a complete top case with LCD - may or may not be functioning, looks to be in good shape though.

    thin metal sheets that go in side and over the back of the top cases and more...

    I have a bunch of other stuff, and will post some pictures of the piles... but if you have an ibook g3 or g4 and are looking for a replacement part or just want something from one of them, let me know, i probably have it!

    PM me an offer or drop one here with what you want and your offer (including shipping please)


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  • gorskiegangsta
    May 5, 07:19 PM
    I purchased the 2011 13'' MBP about 6 weeks ago (my first Mac laptop btw:cool:) and I am planning to also get an iPad by September. I used my friend's and it is just... well, a really good experience. I plan to use the laptop for work & school and I'll use the iPad for general web browsing, books/news/magazines, entertainment (iTunes, Netflix, games), etc.. I figure it should extend the life of my MBP as well because I expect to use it less once I get an iPad.

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  • taylorwilsdon
    Mar 18, 09:15 PM
    They can now be purchased online as well in all parts of the country for $249 through AT&T (there's no contract when buying the phone, either), there's a thread about it in the iPhone news forum. So I think that price would be very optimistic, as anyone on here could get one for $249 and have it unlocked in twenty minutes.

    Also, if it's a refurb, why does it come in the packaging for new phones? IIRC, refurb iPhones come in brown boxes...

    Your best bet is ebay, especially if you want prices like that.

    I read this in the last two replies... What are you guys talking about? It IS on ebay - thats what this thread is


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  • blackcatgifts
    Apr 11, 08:57 AM
    Its obvious there are some problems with rapid weaver can anyone suggest anything else that would be suitable please for what I'm looking for.
    What about sandvox? Would that be any better or worse than rapid weaver

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  • Patmian212
    Sep 27, 05:34 PM
    It will be good with a gig of ram. It should handle everything fine except for 3d gaming, hardcore video editing in FCP and 3d animation. Photoshop and illustrator will run fine.


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  • TheSideshow
    May 4, 12:08 AM
    Look up MAC Defender.

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  • 4JNA
    Mar 4, 04:44 PM
    an identical list of reasons. cool. thanks for the reply.

    i agree with the 'part of living'. it's the last page of the play after all. my sister was working with doctors without borders, was <35, and should not have gone yet. she left a 3 month old, a widow, and a pissed off brother with lots of old computers.

    plus, i'm just trying to catch and pass Dreadnought...

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  • aristobrat
    May 4, 09:41 PM
    MacBook Airs:
    extremely portable
    slower processors than the iMac
    SSD is faster than the iMac's traditional hard drive, but less storage capacity
    memory can't be upgraded after purchase
    no Thunderbolt ports

    not very portable
    faster processors than the Air
    traditional hard drive is slower than the Air's SSD, but has more storage capability
    memory can be upgraded after purchase
    has Thunderbolt ports

    Either machine is capable of photos and videos.

    The iMac is going to have a faster processor, so it's going to be faster at CPU intensive tasks, like converting/export video. For me, I don't do these tasks often.

    The Airs have the solid-state drives, which are insanely quick. This can make the Air feel like a faster-overall system when doing normal daily tasks, like surfing the web, email, iTunes, etc.

    There's really no clear-cut answer. You're going to have to figure out if you need something portable or not, and if you want a Mac with a faster processor or a faster hard drive.

    For me, the slower processor of the Air was outweighed by the very fast SSD. I'll gladly wait longer for the Air to complete CPU intensive tasks that I do a few times a month in exchange for doing the tasks I do daily much quicker than any other Mac I've ever used.

    Jan 24, 10:15 AM
    I have a linksys Wireless Access point on my network that I have had for a few months. I just purchased a Airport Express for printing and it was a pain to get working with the Linksys.

    I tried to get CompUSA to let me exchange the Linksys AP for the Airport, but they wouldn't. In my opinion I would have perfered to pay the extra $$ for the Airport then waste a day trying to get the Airport Express to work with the Linksys AP.

    If you do go Linksys I would get the WRT54G because you can get 3rd part firmware for it that is much better then what Linksys has.


    Apr 18, 02:00 PM
    I find a p&s is invaluable in a theme park with kids. You really don't have time to mess with settings and the last thing you want to do is worry about your camera. I have a zs3 (tz-7?) and find the long zoom and wide angle perfect for all kinds of shots. The one-touch video button helps too because there is often some action you want to catch. Versatility is key for me in that kind of situation.

    Mar 18, 05:08 AM
    damn. i was hoping everyone would go to Regent Street.

    Not sure i'll be there at 4am!!!

    Apr 28, 08:20 PM
    I should add that I used the install disks that came with the computer.

    Apr 10, 07:36 PM
    i've got one for you, but mine is version '9.0.4' instead of '9.2.2' like the link above. also have the matching 'Software Restore' disc, and an 'iMac Applications' disc also stamped but looks to be later as it's a lighter shade of gray. i know that i used the disc to install 9.0.4 on a b&w g3, so this should work for you.

    i've no use for them, if you want them, pm you mailing address and i'll slap a couple stamps on them and send them on. best of luck with the restore project.

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