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  • InfoTime
    Apr 29, 04:17 PM
    A client of mine spilled a Diet Coke on her unibody white MacBook. I got the machine weeks after the event and after Apple told her it'd be $750 to repair. The machine would not power up or show any signs of life.

    I took it apart thinking I'd find gunk on the parts and start by cleaning it up. So, I completely disassembled it only to find nothing gross inside. In fact I found no evidence of a spill. I did not take the top case apart - the keyboard and trackpad are still attached. So it appears that the spill was probably contained within the top case and didn't leak down onto the logic board.

    I'm thinking about replacing the top case as I'm pretty sure that's screwed up. But, short of ordering one, reassembling everything and trying to see if that fixes it, is there some way to further troubleshoot?

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  • NttDocomo
    Feb 25, 12:45 AM
    Hi with all the wonderful help in this forum I have just jailbroken my iPhone 4. Now I am trying to do the same for my iPad. Since iPad doesn't have baseband, should I just restore to 4.2.1 directly from iTunes or I should still download the firmware somewhere and start TSS server of TinyUmbrella while restoring to 4.2.1? Thank you very much for all the help. :)

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  • TheShinyMac
    Aug 13, 06:38 PM
    No matter how slow it was rolling its still a big deal, even the slightest bump from another car can derail especially with the condition of the tracks on da tube

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  • tekkierich
    Feb 18, 07:49 PM
    Tek, is there plenty of room for 2 ssd's? I want to remove the optical, put the ssd there and put a ssd in place of the hard drive or maybe use a 7200 rpm drive in place of the slow hard drive.

    I know it has been done, but I have not done it myself. I have replaced the optical with a blu-ray drive, and know that there is room for a 12.5mm drive up there (so you can get a 1TB drive in there). There is a plastic tray that holds the optical drive and I would think that the screw holes would at least partially line up with the screw positions of a ssd or HD, but again, I haven't done it.

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  • simsaladimbamba
    Apr 27, 06:00 PM
    FW400 doesn't carry any power so no it's not going to work.

    They do. That's why we had to send some DV decks back to Sony, as they were often kaputt due to the wrong order of connecting them to the computer.

    FireWire 400 (IEEE 1394-1995)

    The original release of IEEE 1394-1995[11] specified what is now known as FireWire 400. It can transfer data between devices at 100, 200, or 400 Mbit/s half-duplex data rates (the actual transfer rates are 98.304, 196.608, and 393.216 Mbit/s, i.e., 12.288, 24.576 and 49.152 megabytes per second respectively).[4] These different transfer modes are commonly referred to as S100, S200, and S400.
    Cable length is limited to 4.5 metres (14.8 ft), although up to 16 cables can be daisy chained using active repeaters; external hubs, or internal hubs are often present in FireWire equipment. The S400 standard limits any configuration's maximum cable length to 72 metres (236 ft). The 6-circuit connector is commonly found on desktop computers, and can supply the connected device with power.
    The 6-circuit powered connector, now referred to as an alpha connector, adds power output to support external devices. Typically a device can pull about 7 to 8 watts from the port; however, the voltage varies significantly from different devices.[12] Voltage is specified as unregulated and should nominally be about 25 volts (range 24 to 30). Apple's implementation on laptops is typically related to battery power and can be as low as 9 V.

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  • bousozoku
    Oct 25, 11:07 PM
    Do we really need a smaller phone? Some are so small that they're difficult to hold now. I'd like to see one that turns off the car's engine as soon as you start to dial. :D

    I still think they need to make a QuickTime device to play movies and music on the run. If it also has organising capabilities, all the better. Wireless communications would be a necessity, however.

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  • iFiend
    May 4, 02:48 PM
    The only person with the source is I0n1c and he was out of the country last update so it took him some time to compile new binaries for the release (if needed).

    This could also be why it's not patched yet - with no access to the source it's harder for Apple to reverse engineer the exploit and discover what they are doing. With a need to get the update out so fast they probably didn't bother. I expect it to be in the next patch though.....

    Thanks for the info. Wouldn't it be great if this was some sort of super hack that Apple can't figure out how to patch?

    I can dream, right? ;)

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  • alansmallen
    Jun 5, 04:53 AM
    Do you ship to Canada?

    Price lowered to $300

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  • Beaverman3001
    May 5, 09:11 AM
    This is like asking if you could buy a car or a boat.

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  • CrockAlley
    Apr 16, 07:18 AM
    My new display has a Mini DisplayPort, but my computer has a DVI connection. I didn't read the tech specs closely and now I have a display that can't connect to my computer. I've read about the Atlona dual link converter, but I've heard that will only work if my graphics card (ATI Radeon HD 2600) supports the resolutions that are available with the display. (I made a mistake in the subject line - my mac pro is early-2008.)

    What resolutions does the 27" have, such that I may check that against my current graphic card?

    I'm also thinking about just buying a new graphics card. What graphics card will both work with my computer and with the 27" display?

    (The page for the ATI Radeon HD 5770 ( at the Apple Store says mid-2010, but my Mac is early-2008. Additionally, my System Profiler says I have PCIe, whereas the previously-mentioned card need PCI Express 2.0. Are these incompatible?)

    I'm a but stupid about these things, so thanks for any help.

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  • e�Studios
    Mar 21, 08:17 PM
    Both...I play with friends and myself.

    Oh the innuendo... ;)

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  • grahamnp
    May 25, 09:25 AM
    Nice idea, I'd like to see one!

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  • TalonFlyer
    Jul 2, 10:14 AM
    I updated Safari 5 before I updated to 10.6.4. I did not see this issue when updating in this order.

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  • collisos
    May 1, 05:00 PM
    So I searched the forums and couldn't find any concrete information on this, but what are the rumors for iOS 5? Will it be compatible with the iPhone 4, and is it coming out in June at the conference? What has everyone heard?

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  • Brien
    Jul 9, 10:59 PM
    Yeah. Still rocking the old black keyboard, too.

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  • calvy
    May 2, 02:08 AM
    I bought a white iPhone 4 and have been disappointed in it's reception compared to my old black one. However call quality is great and the proximity sensor is 1000x better. I'm thinking about swapping it for another one but I'm not convinced anything is really wrong with it.

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  • dwwave
    Jan 14, 02:26 PM
    Here is the other link (they are running OSX 10.5.x Leopard

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  • GGJstudios
    May 6, 06:52 PM
    I never had this problem before. I'm in a few forums. A lot of times I took a picture from google images, copied them, then pasted it to the forum using Image.

    Now when I click copy. My Mac makes that "clunking" sound and won't paste. What's up with that?
    The IMG tags are only for images that already appear on the web. What you place between the image tags is the URL to the image location. (Be sure to use TIMG instead of IMG for large images). For images that exist on your computer, simply click the paperclip icon when composing a post and attach the image.

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  • chrismacguy
    Apr 20, 08:01 AM
    Maybe the GPU just needs to be reflowed?

    That wasn't an issue on that series of powerbooks. Also, I wouldn't recommend attempting a reflow.. a new logic board is much easier, especially since I dont think it is a reflow issue - since the gfx is working but corrupted.

    Dec 5, 03:12 PM
    I found that I noticed a difference on my old iMac 400 when I added a 512 RAM stick

    Sep 20, 08:53 PM
    That's quite a huge bug. :(

    Glad they fixed it, but that kind of thing should have never been allowed to exist in the firstplace.
    Why do you think that's such a huge bug? Do you know the account name on my computer? I don't know yours, either. Not only that, you would have to share your computer's files (something you have to do yourself) then open port 548 for the world to see through your router.


    Apr 16, 08:11 PM
    HDMI is basically DVI + Audio. VGA can't compare nor can component when it comes to bandwidth.


    Apr 30, 07:24 PM
    Yes, I understand that there are differences between the two types of computers however, Is the 2360QM i7 in the Samsung be as good as the rumored processor in the iMac? I'd be looking at the 21.5 inch model. Specifically the $1200 model which is rumored to have the following

    1199$ 21.5" iMac

    Intel Core i3-2100 (3.1GHz)
    AMD 6490M with 256MB GDDR5
    750GB HD
    2x2GB RAM; option for 4x2GB

    The Samsung has the following

    Intel� Core� i7
    Processor Speed
    2.0GHz (with Turbo Boost up to 2.9GHz)
    System Memory (RAM)
    Computer Hard Drive Size
    NVIDIA GeForce GT525M
    Video Memory
    1GB GDDR3

    I like the Mac OS X OS (and I NEED to have my Mac OS X G4 from 2001 replaced) but I also need a laptop as well and I want the most BANG for my buck.:)
    I have $1,200 to spend. Advice is appreciated from the experts here.

    Apr 6, 09:53 AM
    Are "some people" your parents? It's relatively easy to fake a broken computer without actually harming it if you think about it -- but your request sounds sketchy to me.

    The new i5 13 inch MBP performs better at some games and worse at others when comparing them to the previous generation. It's a compromise Apple had to make with this generation in order to get the Sandy Bridge processors. If gaming is important to you and money is tight I'd go for a PC with discrete graphics.

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