okay, my auction ends tomorrow morning, which was stupid as it'll be 6:30 AM pacific time and i doubt anyone is up to snipe at that time. heh.<br><br>anyway, i am going to install 10.5 clean before i send it on. is there any way for me to install 10.5 and have the start up movie and set up stuff happen when they get the machine rather than me having to go through that stuff first?<br><br>
You'll be able to quit the setup, Apple-Q, near the beginning, before you put in any info, and it will ask you if you're sure you want to quit or something like that. I forget where exactly but it is before entering anything in.<br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
okay thanks guys. it's zeroing the data right now. that's a long process. but with just over an hour left on the auction, the computer is up to $1025. i am very pleasantly surprised. i am going to throw iLife '06 in with the shipment . . . and a 10.4 install DVD as well. <br><br>
i saw one that was a 2.0 Ghz and had some scratches go for just $600 yesterday when mine was sitting around $500 or so. i quickly lowered my expectations and crossed my fingers that i'd at least get up to around $800. so this is really a surprise. i hate selling stuff because i don't provide a warranty and i worry that a nearly 3 year old product is going to have issues in the next year or so (i feel the same way about selling my vehicles). ah well, it's not like i forced anyone to bid.<br><br>
holy ship!<br><br>my auction was canceled after it ended???<br><br>just got this from Ebay with no more explanation:<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>We have cancelled the listing(s) to maintain the integrity of the eBay site, your account, and the bidder?s account that was accessed. We are working to restore the bidding account to its rightful owner, and we are working with the account owner to prevent any additional unauthorized activity. Since the account owner did not initiate these bids, all fees resulting from the listings in question will be credited to your account within 7 days. If you do not see the credits posted to your account after 7 days, please feel free to contact us through ?Contact Us? in our Help section.<br><br>Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to automatically relist these items for you. Instead, to relist these items you will need to start from the beginning of the listing process, either through the "Sell Your Item" process or through your third party listing service. We know that this is an inconvenience and we apologize for the negative impact it may cause you. We are working on tools to allow you to relist your items without starting from the beginning, but they are not available at this time.<br><br>Do not respond to this email, as your reply will not be received. If there are issues that have not been addressed by this message, you can contact us by clicking the "Help" link located at the top of most eBay pages and selecting "Contact Us" from the menu on the left hand side of the page.<br><br>We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.<br><br>Regards, <br><br>eBay Trust & Safety<br><p><hr></blockquote><p>i don't get it. i have to start all over i guess. <br><br>i hate Ebay.<br><br>
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