So, since I set up the Powermac G5 in our spare bedroom I can't use the cordless phone in this room. It works, but it cuts out all the time. I noticed this morning when trying to get my serial number to order Panther that as I opened up an application it would cut out. Also, activity (eg. checking mail) would cause it to cut out briefly.<br><br>What the heck? I don't have any Bluetooth, Airport or anything remotely like that, and it never did that with my Powerbook.<br><br>Does this thing come with a telephone distortion field to go along with the reality distortion field? <br><br>Its kinda funny, but its kind of a pain in the ass too. I can't use the phone and the computer at the same time. Anyone ever heard of anything like this?<br><br>
Would that be 2GHz? <br><br>Must be something like that, but the computer doesn't EMIT long amplitude waves does it? Why would it? Am I going to get brain cancer with this thing by my head?<br><br>There was a funny story on As the Apple Turns when the new iMacs came out that the way they made them so compact was by eliminating a hard drive. Instead, it just had a really strong airport signal that connected with the servers in Cupertino... hmmm... <br><br>
I don't have that problem, cause I traded my ugly, oversized CRTs FOR A BIG-@SS FLAT-SCREEN/LCD!!!! Muaaaahhahahahahahahahahaaa! <br><br>Honestly, though, I had the same problem with my LaCie and my Sony CRTs, same thing as if I moved the radio close to them, it would start shaking the screen.<br><br><br>Visit Me!
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