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  • [quote]Originally posted by Whisper: Can you plug the mac output into the PC input? Depends on the sound card; but in most cases, yes... and this is the answer to Chucker's problem. Modern sound cards on PCs have a stereo line-in plug amidst …
  • I'm thinking that there could be a very low-tech method of spying going on here: He might be standing over the shoulder of the person you're chatting with on AIM. Just a thought.
  • I quite agree with Tori's response; in fact, unless you have an old beige G3 with an upgraded harddrive, I would venture to say that there's no practical reason to have multiple partitions on a Mac at all. The beige G3's require OS X to be installe…
  • [quote]Originally posted by DaveLee: Bit off topic, but I didn't want to create a new thread - Can anyone give me some information about the part numbers of components within Apple's machines (I know that the information is not freely available…
  • [quote]Originally posted by Ebby: Performas don't boot to OS 9. You have to find the origonal CD, something like OS 8 and boot from that. Not entirely true, Ebby: My Performa 6400 boots off of my OS9 CD without a hitch. Cutler: Which method …
  • [quote]Originally posted by pyr3: While the DVD player is running and a DVD is authenticated in the drive screen capture is disabled at the OS level. While not directly related to the original topic, I thought some of you might find it interesti…
  • [quote]Originally posted by Stroszek: And, for that matter, why the hell does Dreamweaver not write valid HTML?! That ones easy... the good folk over at Macromedia just can't keep up with those hyperactive standards organizations. Unfortuan…
  • [quote]Originally posted by starfleetX: Nope. No one as found a way to do this. Really? Odd... I just found a pretty neat dockling that seems to fit the bill:
  • [quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99: pardon my stupidity, but what is fsck ??? Well, according to the man pages: fsck - filesystem consistency check and interactive repair ...which basically means that it's a command-line utility for …
  • I've also done this before, actually. You can install on that drive without touching anything else on the drive; you simply need to do a clean install of the OS, like so:[*]Boot from the OS9 CD, start the Mac OS Install program, and hit continue,[*…
  • Try deleting the Apple Menu Options Prefs file from the Preferences folder inside your System Folder.
  • Sounds to me like maybe you have FWB CD-ROM Toolkit installed; is that correct? If so, and if it's a relatively recent version, then your answer can probably be found on the this knowledge base article. [ 04-23-2002: Message edited by: R. H. ]
    in CD RW Tray Comment by r. h. April 2002
  • [quote]Originally posted by His Dudeness: By the way, where in Va are you? Northern Virginia, fairly close to the DC metro area.
  • Try this: Go to System Preferences:Network:Modem, and look for the Sound toggle. It might be turned off there.
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    in PNY Memory Comment by r. h. April 2002
  • Another simple option to consider, if you just want it out of sight for the most part: Create aliases to the hard disks that you want to be able to access readily. Then, go to the Finder Preferences, and uncheck the box next to Hard disks. Put you…
  • [quote]Originally posted by ghetobear: there's a divx player for mac out there! how do i get it?! I believe the most recent one is available at
  • [quote]Originally posted by tetzel1517: 1. Is there something I'm forgetting here? Some compelling reason to keep it around that I haven't thought of? 2. How do I go about doing this? 3. Will this affect overall system performance in any way?…
  • [quote]Originally posted by Michael Grey: I'm not concerned with recovering any of the data on the disc, just want to see it I can get it working again. I notice that you're located in Baltimore... I can help you out, if you don't mind meeting …
  • One additional thought to consider -- although this may be a long shot: You might need to check the jumpers on the harddrive, to see if it's set to cable-select, master, or slave. The IBM website has documentation that will help you to figure out …