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I fixed it. Thanks for the tip.
Yes, when I downloaded the image and enlarged it, I could see that the holes in the "Cheese Grater" completely failed to resolve, so I wondered if it was just a case of the stripes blending into a gray area. This is definitely a strong possibility, but I don't think it is a closed case.
This morning's Apple News email has an article about the AGP 8x graphics in the new G5 tower. The photo clearly shows a cinema display with no stripes. The frame, under the clear shell, is either gray plastic or brushed aluminum, giving a look that goes well with the tower. Resolution is insufficient to determine whether we are looking at a solid gray color, or a brushed aluminum look. Sorry if this is old news... The Pic
Boot off an OS 9 System CD and trash it
The Printer is USB1, an Epson 1270 from the year 2000.
It isn't a hardware problem. I booted into OS 9.2.2 and printed like wildfire while spooling a second print. This is OS X printing bugginess. Panther had better pull it together a lot more for printing.
I wiped my hard drive before installing Jaguar. Reinstalling my system would be a pain, but I could wipe & reinstall Jaguar on the cloned drive, I imagine, just to test if it makes a difference. The problem absolutely for sure did not exist before the 10.2.6 update, & equally for sure existed immediately afterward, yet booting from a clone of my old system did not make it go away. That almost suggests hardware trouble. I was one of the people who had usb trouble with...
Paul, Thanks for your suggestions. I don't understand "Top" yet, but I will investigate. The wierd ??? process didn't stay onscreen long enough to investigate, maybe 20 seconds. I just booted into a clone of my old 10.2.5 system on another drive to see if the update was the problem, and the problem was there, too! Now I am really puzzled.
Running a G4-upgraded B&W in Photoshop 7.0.1 will all updates. This problem first appeared immediately after updating from 10.2.5 to 10.2.6. When printing from Photoshop to my Epson 1270, entire system slows to a crawl, including printer. A look at the Process viewer shows the following: 1. Photoshop using extremely high percentage (70%-90%) of CPU while spooling. 2. When printing starts, a process called PrintJobMgr shows same high CPU usage, or worse, up to...
Might they contain a G5?
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