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Friday, June 3, 2011

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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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  • taylorwilsdon
    Mar 18, 09:15 PM
    They can now be purchased online as well in all parts of the country for $249 through AT&T (there's no contract when buying the phone, either), there's a thread about it in the iPhone news forum. So I think that price would be very optimistic, as anyone on here could get one for $249 and have it unlocked in twenty minutes.

    Also, if it's a refurb, why does it come in the packaging for new phones? IIRC, refurb iPhones come in brown boxes...

    Your best bet is ebay, especially if you want prices like that.

    I read this in the last two replies... What are you guys talking about? It IS on ebay - thats what this thread is

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  • likemyorbs
    Mar 9, 06:21 PM
    We should all post pictures of ourselves so that when we respond to posts people can picture us in their heads. Ill post mine as soon as I'm out of class in an hour! Can't attach files from my iPad since their is no damn filesystem. :)

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  • macbook123
    Feb 20, 09:53 AM
    I posted this question in an older thread but realized that the topic was somewhat different.

    Here is my problem.

    I am in the process of migrating my iPhoto pictures over to Aperture. Because I have close to 100k pictures and short clips, I can not import my entire 500 GB library at once because I don't have enough hard drive space to support both iPhoto and Aperture libraries at the same time. I also thought it might make sense to not have one gigantic library. Also I would like to have my old photos separated by years, and I don't know if Aperture would do this if I imported the entire iPhoto library (which does only separate them by events) at once. So it appears to me that the only import method that would work (please correct me if this is wrong) would be to open the "Masters" directory of iPhoto in the Finder, and drag and drop each year's directory into the "Projects/Library" panel in Aperture. Note that I do not want any editing information preserved from iPhoto, so using the Masters seems to be the most space efficient thing. So far so good but there appear to be at least two big snags. Firstly the yellow projects folders within each blue years folder in Aperture are not in chronological but in alphabetical order and I can't find out how to fix this. Secondly (and much more importantly) the dates on many old photos have been altered in an apparent random manner during the import into Aperture! Therefore they do appear in the wrong locations in my events library, according to the altered date. There are many too many photos that have been changed to undo this manually (I estimate it would take several weeks to do this).

    But how and why could this have happened in the first place?

    I also noticed that even when I change the dates of the Aperture masters to the true ones (by comparing to the masters in iPhoto), they still remain in the same wrong location in my Projects/Events library, according to the date originally (and falsely) assigned by Aperture.

    There surely has to be a way to import photos into Aperture without ruining their date stamp?

    Thanks in advance for your help!


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  • dino26
    May 3, 10:47 AM
    This sounds like such a scam.

    At first thats what i thought , though i think the OP is just trying to buy loads to sell in Israel but has realised he has got himself into a sticky situation once he realised its only 2 per customer.

    To OP have you tried calling ALL best buys in Manhattan ?

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  • iserian
    Mar 11, 05:33 PM
    Are you sure that you aren't at the back of the line standing the wrong way? :confused:

    Lmao. I could read threads like this all day long.


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  • manapple
    May 4, 12:15 AM
    What are you talking about? The first link gives an overview. The last link goes into great technical detail. You have to click the links and read more than just the first page.

    read that too. but i think i have found something more at the developers page now.

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  • Dreadnought
    Mar 26, 12:39 PM
    I've only been doing it since last month but the SMP simulations load you up with 1700+ pts per WU. I've just added my PS3 this week. By the end of next week I should be well within the top 200 on Team Macrumors.

    I can only imagine what kind of damage could be done with a Mac Pro. Until they get around to updating them and I order mine, of course, and then I won't have to imagine anymore. :) 1700 points per WU!!! :eek: That's more then my weekly production! And I have two C2D and a G5 folding. Not 24/7, but still... It has taken me 5 years to get to the 170.000 points and over 2000 WU to achieve that. That makes you think, 2000 WU X 1700 points = 3.400.000 points! That's about 20 times as high. Those PS3 are seriously kicking some @#$*!!


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  • macenforcer
    Apr 2, 10:36 PM
    Okay, so the black may not be permanent... :o


    Yes it is permanent. That post you cite is old. Read this one.


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  • frunkis54
    Jul 2, 11:57 PM
    seriously no ipad update yet. that should have been released before retina update.


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  • hopejr
    Apr 10, 07:53 PM
    And yet another one (2 in five minutes!!). Links to http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/au/en/cloud_computing/ideas/

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


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  • seubjoh
    Mar 23, 01:49 PM
    I was able to torrent a bootcamp 3.0 installation, install, set boot to mac osx, and then delete the partition. What a nightmare, this consumed my entire night and morning. Thanks for all the help everyone, hopefully when I get back to school I can get a a partition working with all my disks there.

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  • seek3r
    Apr 25, 10:56 PM
    The only applications that might use this are military applications. Which are most likely classified applications. But in short, no, a normal application wouldn't use it. ;)

    In my line of work there are a *lot* of Apps that will happily gobble that CPU power, memory, or both. NAMD (http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Research/namd/) will eat the CPU and ask for more, as will portions of Amber (http://ambermd.org/). NWChem (http://www.nwchem-sw.org/index.php/Main_Page) is another hog there, etc.

    (Of course I don't *usually* run these local, the system I just ran a NAMD job on is a "small" cluster of 2u dell boxes with 4-way 12 core AMDs and 2GB/core for 48 core/96GB Mem per machine, 14 nodes total, but I do run them local for testing and small jobs...)

    Not normal usage for most perhaps perhaps, but not military, and not out of line for use on a "pro" machine....


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  • Mr. Anderson
    Oct 16, 08:12 PM
    it won't load for me - anyone else with that problem?


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  • Mr. Anderson
    Sep 29, 08:37 AM
    i'm not hosting the stuff myself, so I'm going to go with the .htaccess file route.

    Thanks for all the help - this is great :D

    It works great, and the standard permissions are 644, so that wasn't an issue. Now I need to set up an error page - what error number is that?



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  • HexMonkey
    Dec 18, 02:58 AM
    Thanks arn, I think it will work well. A few questions:

    I'm assuming that the "Featured Guides" links at the top of the forums will be changed to automatically refer to them, but will they be displayed anywhere else (eg on the main pages of MacRumors and the guides)? As it is I think the user encouragement is limited by the fact that it's not obvious they are world-editable until you visit the pages themselves.

    Are you wanting just one world-editable article each week, or a few? I think having about 5 per week would be more advantageous since a single article represents such a small portion of the Guides, and we have enough people to watch over changes. There are only so many improvements that can be made to one article, so a week seems like a long time to focus on a single page. Take for example the Aperture article, which has only had one change in the last 6 days yet has been the only featured guide during that period.

    Finally, would there be a set time each week for the article selection to change, and would it be just you or all the sysops choosing them? If the latter, would there be prior discussion as to which articles to select (eg in the WorldEdit talk page), or would sysops just add articles without consultation?

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  • InsanelyApple
    Apr 30, 10:01 AM
    i found this thread while looking for the solution to a similar situation. I too am looking for a phone with a QWERTY keyboard that does not require a data plan, but I also need a calendar that can sync with my mac computer. I don't care what calendar it is (google/ical/other) and and am willing to buy/download third party software, but am not sure about Bit Pim since fourm users' reviews seem mixed at best. I would like to stay with Verizon (cdma) if possible, but haven't found a phone on their network to fit my needs, so now I am open to any carrier. Any advice appreciated.

    Well, I don't know about the calendar syncing, but the best Verizon feature phone is the LG enV3.

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  • Mertzen
    Jan 2, 01:03 AM
    Well someone needs to pay their skilled, drunken, lazy mod team .. oh wait ..they don't get payed or even supported ..

    Sep 20, 08:31 AM
    Look closer, dude. I think they added several new Support webpages. SWEET!


    Oct 4, 07:34 AM
    But, how did the iPod fit perfectly on an iPhone 4 case?

    Apr 27, 05:38 PM
    Gentle nudge + some more info.

    After playing around a bit, I discovered the files are named, "MuteOnButton" and "MuteOffButton".

    Still in the same folder:


    If anyone's able to snag these files for me from their iPad, it'd be greatly appreciated. :)

    Thanks again!

    Apr 24, 03:41 PM
    I don't really know why research is needed for this, unless you don't know Python at all. If that is the case, you don't need to research how to do this in Python, you just need to research Python. Finding code online that does what you need is easy. However, i doubt somewhat seriously that you have a real-world problem requiring this, and you're simply desperate for a solution. Instead this sounds like an academic assignment/exercise/what-have-you.

    If that is the case, then you want to learn something, not find the answer. That means you might need to learn:
    What a palindrome is (you probably already know this)

    How to write a loop in Python

    How to manipulate numbers using Python (including exponentiation and division, perhaps taking logarithms)
    How to manipulate strings using Python (including getting a substring, string equality, or character equality and getting characters)

    As an academic exercise i would try to write both approaches... treating the number as a number and approaching this with math and treating the number with a string and dealing with it that way.

    I'm confident that you can google your way to what a palindrome is if you don't know, and the Python documentation is actually quite good:

    Good luck. As you progress feel free to post code here telling us what you've tried, what the current errors are (or erroneous results), what you expect to happen, etc. We'll be glad to help you work it out, but it's better for everyone if we don't give you the answer.


    Sep 28, 04:18 PM
    if you can flash it then yes, but it can be difficult

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