Hold down the Shift key on start up until you see the Apple and the spinny gear thing. This will be what is called SafeBoot mode. It disables any non-Apple extensions drivers fonts etc. It will take longer to start up as it also runs a disk check.
Need Help! i am using Powerbook G3 400 MHz OS x 10.3.9. i installed xpostfacto and updated some video support. it asked me to restart my system. i restarted but it stuck on the start up and showing a system failure. Please tell me how to resolve this
Well, I don't know how we got from Kevin to Steve Perry, but he certainly was a great singer - stayed on key, very good range (very high tenor), good phrasing. I used to enjoying singing along with the Journey album I've got and noted how few of the
Now I know that Post Perry Journey (now that I know there was a Pre-Perry Journey) is kind of on the easy listening end of rock, this strikes me, "Perry's singing has garnered acclaim from prominent musical peers and publications. Queen guitaris
I find it bizarre that people and especially the media try to make a connection between the two cases. Other than an African American being shot, there is no similarity. Oh, except the protests afterward. I did like one of the comments made on Fox
Residents in the North Bay, especially Napa and Vallejo, should expect ongoing repairs to damaged buildings, and water and gas mains Monday. Some schools will be closed because of Sunday's 6.0-magnitude earthquake. Damage to the Bay Area's transporta
Iowa also has a Montezuma. Interesting. Don't know about the street names though. Trebuchet was a new word for me, I would have just called them catapults. You have probably taken 40 minutes or so of my life with that mention. I'll put it off unt
Don't know if this is a true story, but it sure sounds like Georgie Zimmerman is trolling for trouble. Never mind. Apparently this is a "satirical" site. I have to say that the story has nothing of the satirical in it. I'd call it plain
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