Make sure Internet Explorer is set as the default browser in your Internet Control Panel. There may be something in Outlook Express' preferences under 'File Helpers', that could need to be set to IE too.
iMovie has gone the route of most Apple products (iTunes, iDVD, FCP, iMac, iBook, etc.). It's was good at its inception, and nearly perfect after the second generation. All Apple can do now is make it faster, and work out whatever kinks still exist.
[quote]Originally posted by Mediaman:
OOOH! I'm all dizzy and confused... :confused:
It's not that difficult:
Outlook = Microsoft Exchange Email Client (Mac & Windows)
Outlook Express = Free Email Client (Mac & Windows)
Also remove all peripherals--both internal and external. Add them back one by one to isolate the culprit.
I had this problem with an iMac and this was Apple's troubleshooting process. It worked.
BTW, it's not related to the battery, I don't think.
Depends on the context:
Best movies for a group of [my] friends:
The Player's Club
"To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything" -- Julie Newmar
Best movie with a serious subject matter:
The Color Purple
Best animated films:
The Lion King
Here's a few more from my Buy.com wishlist:USB TRI-MEDIA READER FOR FLOPPY DISKS/SMART MEDIA/COMPACT FLASH
Sony 4 watt Personal Travel Speakers with Pivoting Tweeters SRS-T77
Star Wars Episode I-Phantom Menace DVD
The PowerMate is sweet, but 45 bucks? I bought the FlyLight when it first came out, and haven't used it yet in any practical application. I see they have a Platinum version now.
My recommendations would be:
Keyspan Digital Media Remote: Though it's getting a little long in the tooth, with that whole translucent ice...