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  • rtheb
    Apr 26, 05:06 PM
    Did you remove it from the original paired computer?

    If you did try shutting down the original paired computer and then try to pair with the new computer it should work.

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    Apr 7, 11:26 PM
    I would say retina pad.


    Say no to pixels!

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  • Lord Appleseed
    May 6, 03:27 PM
    I am going to be picking up my new 27" iMac at the store tomorrow. For the past 4 years I have been using a 24" Dell at 1920x1200. Since the 27" iMac is 2560x1140, do most people run it at native or something lower?

    I am looking forward to the increased screen size so I can have more rows/columns viewable, but not sure I want them any smaller.

    I sit about 24-30" away from the screen.

    How would the 27" look at something lower?

    LCDs looks horrible when not ran at their native resolution. You will definitely want to run it at 2560x1600. If the text is too small, sit closer or make the fonts bigger.

    @Topic, it looks horrible if not run at native res.

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  • Match: Rafael Nadal

  • Plumbstone
    Jan 18, 06:28 AM
    A Major factor in electronic music is the abilty to tweak your sounds in real time, otherwise your music will sound flat and linear, if you want it to develop and flow you need to tweak those synths...

    A mouse works ok but it is essential imo to have a few knobs and sliders. The novation remote series are great for this, but there are loads of others too, including the m-audio lot. KOrg have just brought out an all in one keboard/controller/drumpad unit. not sure what its called but looks good.


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  • JollyJoeJoe
    Apr 23, 10:59 PM
    So Im a freelance Editor/Motion Graphics guy with no real understanding of RAID Controller Cards, or how they work.

    As of right now I have three 1TB drives inside my Mac Pro, RAIDed together (stripe 0) using the OS. No Raid card.

    The drives are all 7200rpm from varying manufacturers. (not sure if this matters.)

    My questions is; is it beneficial for me to get a RAID card to control these drives vs. leaving it to the OS to handle? Any suggestions for me?


    2010 8-Core Mac Pro 2.4
    14GB RAM

    3 drives in RAID0 ? Yikes, anyone of them goes and your machine is out of action. RAID0 offers no fault tolerance as no drives in the array share parity info or are mirrored.

    You would most certainly see a benefit in a hardware RAID solution, especially if you are going to switch to a RAID level with some redundancy, like RAID5 or RAID10. Also a true hardware RAID takes the processing load off your processors and memory.

    If on a budget you could go with RAID-Z, it involves switching to the ZFS file system. RAID-Z1 apparently offers similar performance to RAID5. Read this thread ( for further insight.

    I would get an SSD for the OS and use the 3x 7200rpm Disks in RAID5.
    RAID5 is great for storing uncompressed video data and in your case would offer protection against a single drive failure.

    or Just RAID5 with 3x HDD's and partition the RAID volume.

    The most recommend cards right now are the Areca 6g 1880 series or the new ATTO 6G series. For your needs something like the ARC-1880-i SAS 6G RAID Controller would suffice if you don't plan to connect external RAID/Storage solution.

    I would go with a 6G controller so as to take advantage of new fast 6G SSD's etc.

    nanofrog is the RAID-whizz around here and I am sure he would be able to suggest something for you.

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  • Rafael Nadal- From the hair

  • rdowns
    Aug 8, 12:36 PM
    Two quick observations...

    Have you considered putting that pic on your CV?

    You're a hit in the airport bar. :D


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  • ucfgrad93
    Aug 4, 09:57 AM
    Hopefully it won't damage any satellites.

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  • Rafa Nadal farther away from

  • newdeal
    Mar 19, 06:42 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    At our school they recently started checking out iPads to student, so I decided to check one out for a week. it sucks, because they have everything blocked, so I put a couple games from the Internet on the home screen. Well after I did that I realized I couldn't delete them, and I realized in the contract they made me sign, it threatened if you put any type of games on it to make you buy a new one. I was wondering if there is anyway around this without changing anything like the software.

    You didn't put a game on it. You put a link to a game on the home screen. Nothing is installed on the iPad doing that other than a link. Just like a bookmark in a web browser


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  • Actually, while Rafael Nadal

  • MacFly123
    Dec 10, 04:13 PM
    Who does the translation? Do the developers have to get that done? So what does the localization service provide exactly? Sounds like a lot of work!

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  • Missjenna
    Feb 12, 01:54 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?

    Yep, think so :)

    I also live in a rural area, and with my measly 1-2 bars of 3g, I rarely drop a call and get 1.1-2.0 mbps download speeds. My phone has been perfect.


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  • In This Photo: Rafael Nadal

  • InuNacho
    Oct 1, 01:40 AM
    Hey everyone I'm not sure if this is the right section for this, so if it isn't please point me in the right direction.
    Anyhow I recently "found" a Macintosh TV, did a fresh install of System 7.1, hooked up my Genesis and... it seems like I'm missing half the frames per second. Both RF and video in have the same problem.
    I've changed the very limited options in both TV Setup and Monitors and I still have the same problem. Will installing 7.6 change anything or am I stuck missing half the frames?

    EDIT: Ok it's not half the frames missing but it's still noticeable. Also is there a way to adjust the picture quality, the video in is extremely blurry with multicolored artifacts everywhere.

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  • PLamarine
    Apr 18, 06:30 AM
    My favorite is NoLock. I do not have to swipe to turn my ipad or iphone on. VERY cool. To me, this one app is the single main reason to JB.

    Agree 100%.


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  • retroneo
    Apr 2, 09:28 AM
    When Leopard was released, the minimum requirement was a machine with a 867 MHz G4 or better. The installer blocked it from installing on a machine that was lower. However, with a little bit of work, you could install it (with some caveats, depending on the machine).

    So it's entirely possible that someone will release a hack that will allow Lion to run on unsupported machines.

    Snow leopard was a universal binary that included Intel 64 bit and Intel 32 bit architectures. No amount of hacking could get it working on a PowerPC Mac. Similarly, Lion only includes system components and applications that are 64 bit, so no amount of hacking will get it working on a 32-bit machine.

    It will have been almost 2 years since Snow Leopard was released when Lion is available. However system requirements only will have moved 11 months into the future (the last mac to go 64-bit was the MacBook in November 2006) Lion therefore has more generous legacy support than Snow Leopard did.

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  • md63
    Mar 14, 03:44 PM
    Does anyone know if Netflix works with the iPad 2 and the HDMI cable? Thanks.


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  • hans1972
    Apr 9, 09:15 PM
    I would make sure that you do not allocate more than one virtual CPU and 2Gb RAM to see if that helps.

    Usually with virtualization on PC/Mac, the bottleneck is usually the disk system. Make sure that the disk is performing well in OS X without running Parallels.

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  • Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal

  • diond730
    Apr 30, 12:40 AM
    awww..=\ yea i can see the drive in osx. do you know what happened to make my bootcamp error? cause it was working just fine for a couple months and suddenly when i turned on my computer again and chose my bootcamp partition it went to the black screen with the blinking cursor..


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  • evoluzione
    Sep 25, 10:35 AM
    from what i remember, the marriage was off, she couldn't get into the states, and gave up.
    or something.

    good luck to you rei, and glad you're being realistic about things when you get back to venezuela.

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  • mayhem052
    Oct 22, 08:02 PM
    Ga I wish Bartlesville schools had at least a few macs that weren't from 1998. If only they new what potential could come of putting a little bit of creativity into the classroom instead of working on cheap Dells with outdated software. I mean the computers at my school don't even have Cd burners when I was writing the school paper they expected us to use floppy discs all the time. At least Apple finally put an Apple Store in Tulsa can't wait for friday.

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  • altecXP
    Apr 30, 11:53 AM
    No problem here, but I'll keep an eye on it.

    Apr 7, 12:18 AM
    Hmm, nobody likey???

    I don't care for kickstand cases in general. I like the concept, but it seems a little bulky...

    Apr 13, 02:15 PM
    On your thinka bout Rapidweaver having bad reviews on the app store. I've had it for quite a while and have experianced no such bugs.. the only think is when u set up things u must read the manual. However, i can also recommend word press, and sandvox is a good program to.

    Jul 9, 10:41 PM
    i don't think the rogers video stores will have the phones. if i go, i will probably be going to the rogers store at 2599 pembina highway, since it's fairly close to my place. i don't think i'll be getting the phone since i am only 14 and have about $20 right now, but i'm gonna see if i can line up for the free breakfast! :D

    EDIT: woops. the store i was going to go to is not participating in the launch, according to so i'll be going to the one at 1225 St Mary's Road if i end up going.

    Mar 21, 05:50 AM
    I did not know these existed, and actually do not think they are a bad idea if you are the type to take your gear outside in inclement weather.

    May 12, 10:36 AM
    Really been into computers my whole life. Since I am only 27, I am just getting up to speed. I have had varying exposure to all makes of computers. The Mac Community operates on a near, excuse me, holy hatred of Micro$oft.

    I purchased my first Mac a few years ago, a portable, codenamed WallStreet. Why I bought was simple. I LOVE computers!! Now I am a repeat buyer! I now have an "Ivory " TIBook!

    As a final note, iChat is great! And Windoze users see silvery OS Brillance!

    Makes them jealous!

    As a footnote, I am Certified A+ in microcomputer repair. There is a SERIOUS lack of knowledge that the Mac came first!

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