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yes but it works ... as a last resort and a good last resort that always works if nothing else will... better than <br>3. Zapping the PRAM can help only if it can help.<br><br>I'll sit and watch the web<br> that you will build this day <br>will it be a thread of love you weave<br> it's yours to show the way....Moody Blues
better than? try same as! it is absurd to open one's case when it is unnecessary...<br><br>By the way, this quote was from MicroMat Tech Support:<br>3. Zapping the PRAM can help only if it can help.<br><br>and it was meant to be a tongue-in-cheek remark, totally lost on you it seems<br><br>~~~<br>"Our civil rights have no dependence upon our religious opinions more than our opinions in physics or geometry." --Thomas Jefferson
The logic of the TechTool writer is worthy of a 12th century scholastic philosopher. I wonder if s/he has an inside track on the number of demons that can dance on the head of Bill Gates?<br><br>And that's true too/--Shakespeare, King Lear
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need? that is assuming much, right there. may not want to get to know you any better than i do now... and i think i know you fairly well. no "spring chicken" here, been around the block a few.<br><br>oh and due to time constraints and other pressing matters, i did not get around to posting this the other night, from the Apple TIL:<br>--------<br>Many system problems can be resolved by resetting the Cuda chip. The function of the Cuda chip is to:<br><br>¥ Turn system power on and off.<br>¥ Manage system resets from various commands.<br>¥ Maintain parameter RAM (PRAM).<br>¥ Manage the real-time clock.<br>--------<br>THAT is essentially and for nearly all intents and purposes what is accomplished by a PRAM zap and an NVRAM zap does yet more... that said, there are a few times when a CUDA button reset is indicated, such as when one installs a new CPU, etc<br><br><br>do have a nice day/evening<br><br>~~~<br>"Our civil rights have no dependence upon our religious opinions more than our opinions in physics or geometry." --Thomas Jefferson
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