Originally Posted By: NucleusG4ISIS has been telling wanna-be-converts to not come to Syria/Middle east. Stay home and bomb from there is the current message. If they are going to be radicalized... it can be done from anywhere. Thoughts? Well that
I imagine not everywhere in the U.S.ofA. hosts substantial Muslim populations... but we do here in New Jersey. My Primary Care Physician (the best doctor I've ever had) is Muslim, as was the family that lived downstairs from us for years (we were Go
Since you have another mini, put the bad one into Target Disk Mode (TDM). Connect a Firewire (FW) cable between the two. At this point you don't have to shut either down to connect the FW cable. The hard drive on the one you put into TDM sho
Originally Posted By: papabillYes, it is connected to a land line via modem. Out of luck then, the mini doesn't have a modem, and off the top of head I really can't give any recommendation for an external USB modem that would work.
Sorry, I meant to say that this is an IDENTICAL but different Mac Mini. It did not ask for a password, nor did it show a progress bar. All that happened was the spinning disk ran for a longer time, then the blue screen. I have tried it 3 times so fa
Did it show a progress bar at the bottom of the screen when the Apple was on? Did it ask you for your password and say Safe Boot in the log in window? If neither of those it may not have gone to Safe Boot, try again, make sure you hold the shift ke
Try booting to what's called SafeBoot mode. Shut the computer down. As soon as you hit the power button hold the Shift key down and keep holding till you see the Apple and the little spinning gear thing. You can then release the shift key. It will t
I don't see anywhere else to put this, so here goes: The Mac Mini I have (Mac Mini-1.43 Ghz Power PC G4, running Mac OS X 10.5.8 with a 74.5Gb HD) is now completely unresponsive. When I turn it on , I hear the Mac chime, and a few seconds later I se
$2900, hmmm. That's what I paid for my 7100 back in 1994. This was my own computer but since I was spending so much time at school, I took it to school. Was a great machine. I added an Apple personal LaserWriter, I could put not the stuff. This was i
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