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  • maflynn
    May 6, 09:47 AM
    Is anyone running Lion on a lower-powered machine? I'd like to hear feedback on those who have tried it on an 11" MBA.

    Search this forum, there's some threads about folks running lion on a core duo (not core 2 duo) cpu

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  • bubbacaster
    Mar 25, 04:44 PM
    So my school's robotics team was rummaging through a closet of stuff that was to be thrown out, and we found an Apple IIe.

    I have a couple questions:

    The operating system is in the ROM, right? No need for a floppy OS or something?

    Does the computer need a mouse? In my reading, it seems like it doesn't.

    It only had two cards inside: the 5.25 floppy card and what I think was the RAM. Does it need anything else to operate (i.e. a video card)?

    Lastly, are there any things I didn't think of that I should know??
    Any sweet games for it on eBay?


    No, the Operating System is *not* in ROM. The ROM includes BASIC, and the System Monitor (kind of like BIOS, but with a few extra bells & whistles).

    The Operating System comes on 5.25" floppy disks. The Apple IIe usually ran DOS 3.3 or ProDos as the Operating System. Disk images for these Operating Systems can be found at various places on the net, but you'll need a physical 5.25" floppy to boot from in order to read/write to floppy drives. As a general rule, many users formatted their Apple II floppies to include a copy of DOS or ProDos on each floppy. This was done as a convenience to keep from having to look around for a Master DOS disk every time you rebooted ("Now *where* did I put that damn floppy!??").

    If you boot the Apple IIe without a floppy, you will get a Basic prompt, and can access the low-level monitor routines if you know how. But you will not be able to do too much with the machine unless you boot DOS or ProDOS.

    The Apple II does not need a mouse.

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  • wolrabn
    May 2, 01:01 AM
    It's not restoring to either though, I've created a few c.firmware packages with pwnagetool - all returning same error code 6 as official.

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    To put it simply, TechCrunch was plain out wrong and don't want to admit it.


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  • KillersKiss
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    That was fast. Thanks. I'll give it a try.

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  • joeyboyyy91
    Apr 23, 02:23 PM
    So does anyone else think apples next bluetooth keyboard should have backlit keys? and possibly black coloured keys, like macbook pro's etc, instead of white.

    Is this possible?

    What are your opinions - lets discuss.


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  • simsaladimbamba
    Apr 7, 06:58 AM
    Go into Windows Explorer and right click on the disk (if you mean the CD or DVD) and select "EJECT".
    Btw, the OPTION key is not used to eject optical media from the ODD, the EJECT key on the top right of the keyboard is used for that.

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  • SmoothJ
    Apr 3, 11:52 PM
    Right now I have a early 2008 17in MBP with a 2.5 GHz C2D, 200 GB HD, and 3 GB of RAM. All I do with it mostly is surf the net and do light video/photo editing.

    Applecare is finally running out and will expire in 31 days or so. So, as mentioned in another post, Apple in in the process of changing out the HD with a newer 250 GB cause the other HD was failing.

    The system, although it has a 8600 card in it, so far runs well and does what I need it to do. However it going on 3 years, should I upgrade to another 17, or even a 15?

    Granted I could sell it to sell your mac, or even Apples recycling program, but should I?

    Please let me know what everyone thinks - thanks!


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  • Gr80Likes2Boogi
    Apr 30, 11:42 AM
    Thanks, guys!

    I love the look of the iMac G4, but that's purely aesthetic. It WOULD work for my application, though (just Qlab > Mbox2 > mackie whatever board they have me use that show)

    Fortunately, when I sounded the horn on ye olde facebook, a friend offered his G5 tower for free. All I need to do is supply a monitor, and I can definitely Amazon me a cheap flat panel. Probably the best possible scenario! But now of course I just want a G4 to put up iTunes visualizer and never turn it off =)

    EDIT: Talked the the guy who is selling the G4 iMac, and we worked out a deal that ends with me getting the iMac- FOR FREE! I work at Disneyland, so I have a pretty hefty bargaining chip... So now my dilemma is solved. 2 computers, no money out of pocket. Interesting how some things work themselves out!

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    I would say retina pad.

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  • itcheroni
    Sep 2, 08:02 PM
    I wasn't worried just wondering if anyone else here bought anything from you. Sorry if it seemed like I was trying to call you out.


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  • mtbdudex
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    can Aperture 3 directly create albums and/or add photos?

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  • psyduckiee
    Apr 9, 06:12 PM
    I really like my OtterBox Defender, as I mentioned in my review above I almost did not switch over to the the Ivyskin Q3. It is thick, it will not work in any of my docking ports but for protection you can't beat it. OtterBox has a new case in the works that my be of interest here. It has not been released yet it is called the Reflex, see the link below. According to the description it has the protection of the Defender with a slim design and a snap off bottom for docking. It sounds very interesting. :)


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  • thesmileman
    Apr 30, 01:58 PM
    Lots more people 25 or so and the numbers have grown a lot lately. I believe we are starting to get to the point "normal people" should come out and wait. If you want a spot.

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 17, 10:46 PM
    I love my G5 PowerPC- works beautifully, but I'm looking to upgrade from the PowerPC chip set to an Intel set, since it appears the software people don't want to support it anymore. I want to know if I can cannibalize my old Power Mac- just install the hard drives and memory into a couple of Intel Mac Pros that I'm looking at. Bottom line: are the memory and hard drives compatible?

    There are still plenty of developers making universal binaries for PPC.. just that the main developers of Apple, Adobe, Mozilla(TenFourFox is better than firefiox 4.0) aren't developing new apps for the PowerPC, but there are literally 1000's of small and minor developers creating apps for the PPC platform. Its not dead yet.


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    Feb 17, 07:24 PM
    I think I saw that house in a documentary somewheres - sort of ugly and nothing at all special... who cares?

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  • steadysignal
    May 6, 09:44 AM
    enjoy your vaca.

    i will be going on one soon too.

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  • oripaamoni
    Mar 11, 11:36 AM
    came by at 9:00 to scope it out and decided to stay... i am about number 25 in line.... this line is going to be huge!

    Apr 30, 08:17 AM
    But we can't buy it, yet, at Stonebriar. Correct?

    Any idea how many they have in stock?

    Apr 12, 07:26 PM
    Spring for a 3DS, that way you will be set for the next generation as well :p

    Dec 6, 01:41 PM
    Perhaps it can be used in the Mac Mini Media and iMac lines. Future generations will be smaller for notebooks.

    Feb 14, 06:38 PM
    Who the **** am I annoying?

    Edit: Just realized the reason you're annoyed. Poor guy living paycheck to paycheck can't even afford a free iPad.

    I'm not understanding what you're saying- you're getting a free iPad.... For two weeks?? Ok. Like I said- cool. Way to be a douche and brag about it to people who couldn't care less.

    Jan 15, 06:29 PM
    Bottom line is, Apple's going to get the 'iPhone' name, and Cisco is going to be very well compensated for it. So who cares?

    Yep, totally the truth.

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