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Sorry it's a little off topic but I know the pain...

Sorry it's a little off topic but I know the pain of not being able to find Mac stores around.

I see you're in Atlanta. I take it the Apple Store is a pain to get to?...
03-02-04, 08:54 AM
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Posted By Dustpup

Just as a note. My town has 3 of the big box...

Just as a note. My town has 3 of the big box stores. Only one of them carried the Jasco adhesive remover when I was looking for it. It was worth going to all three in order to find it. Worked well...
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Posted By Dustpup

Roger, Another possibility that may have been...

Roger,
Another possibility that may have been mentioned and I just missed it. If so, my apologies.

This setup contains a couple of ifs so bear with me.

If your Mac and PC are networked...
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Posted By Dustpup

I did some quick looking for you and found a...

I did some quick looking for you and found a couple of things. I found one reference saying to paint it a medium gray, then I found this article. These guys seem to know what they are talking about....
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Posted By Dustpup

Have to agree, that monitor is on the way out.

Have to agree, that monitor is on the way out.
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Posted By Dustpup

tygar663, Did you get this resolved? If not,...

tygar663,
Did you get this resolved? If not, give a post and I can think on this some more.
Can you tell us what version of the operating system is running on the machine? Go up to the Apple and...
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Posted By Dustpup

I agree with brimac. I've been using macs since...

I agree with brimac. I've been using macs since 90 and have never used an anti-virus app on the machine.
The worst thing I ever received was a word macro virus. Even then, no data loss.
For some...
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Posted By Dustpup

You might want to check out the iTunes music...

You might want to check out the iTunes music store.
You'll need to download iTunes from http://www.apple.com/itunes/ and then you can use iTunes to browse through the iTunes music store and...
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Posted By Dustpup

Yup. I'd say 15 MB should be enough for IE. 34 MB...

Yup. I'd say 15 MB should be enough for IE. 34 MB sounds about right for OS as well from what I remember (it's been a couple of years since I worked in anything but Mac OS X). It could simply be a...
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Posted By Dustpup

Just as a note, when Virtual Memory is turned on,...

Just as a note, when Virtual Memory is turned on, even to 1 MB as yours was (it was set to 113, you have 112 built in, that means its turned on to 1 MB), the Operating system uses less memory to run....
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Posted By Dustpup

You're correct, system 7.6 is a paid upgrade....

You're correct, system 7.6 is a paid upgrade. 7.5.5 is the highest you can go for free. Even though it is old, I don't believe they have moved it into the public domain so pirating it would still be...
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Posted By Dustpup

Judging from the fact that your talking about...

Judging from the fact that your talking about installing a network card on the mac, it sounds like this is an older machine. (Virtually every mac in the last 5 years comes with a pre-installed NIC)...
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Posted By Dustpup

Or rather, on re-reading, I'll call and check to...

Or rather, on re-reading, I'll call and check to find out what the psi rating is for the 6 bag mixture they will receive from the ready-mix company.
Thanks again.
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Posted By Dustpup

Thanks for all the advice. The driveway will...

Thanks for all the advice. The driveway will definitely be subjected to freeze/thaw and roadsalt. I'll ask for a revised quote with an increased psi rating.
As always I am astounded at the level of...
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Posted By Dustpup

Bag Mix Rating for driveway

Hi all,
I recently got a quote for a driveway replacement. The quote was to use concrete with a bag mix rating of 6 with a thickness of 4 inches. Wire mesh reinforcement. I saw plumbbob make a...
07-11-03, 09:18 AM
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Posted By Dustpup

Not sure if it would work or not but your post...

Not sure if it would work or not but your post reminded me of something I saw done on Trading Spaces.
They built a large mirror relatively cheaply by using 12inx12in mirror tiles inside of a wood...
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Posted By Dustpup

The router is what is going to be responsible for...

The router is what is going to be responsible for sharing out your internet connection.
The Wireless Access Point is what would provide you with a Wireless network.

You can get a combined router...
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Posted By Dustpup

Just as a quick note. If you're going to go with...

Just as a quick note. If you're going to go with the faster Wireless Access points like the DI-624, make sure that all of your Wireless Cards/adapters can take advantage of the speed.
The most...
06-04-03, 11:14 AM
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Posted By Dustpup

In our kitchen the same laminate that was used...

In our kitchen the same laminate that was used for the counters was put on the walls as a backsplash. After removing the laminate (pry bar) I was left with a chore of adhesive removal as welll....
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Posted By Dustpup

I know that Comcast used to register the hardware...

I know that Comcast used to register the hardware address of your NIC and that was the only machine that was registered on their network as a valid address. They also used to (I don't have them...
09-12-02, 02:03 PM
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Posted By Dustpup

Thanks for all the info. If I run into any...

Thanks for all the info. If I run into any problems with him when he comes to look at it on Saturday I might be back to see where to go from there.

I guess I do have one more question. If it does...
09-11-02, 06:07 AM
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Posted By Dustpup

The electrical work was done after the home...

The electrical work was done after the home inspection for sale. I'm not sure why the contractor didn't go back through to make sure everything met code though.

I tried testing the voltage between...
09-10-02, 07:40 AM
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Posted By Dustpup

Great! I'll test it tonight. Hopefully it will...

Great! I'll test it tonight. Hopefully it will just be a matter of connecting it to the box.
09-10-02, 07:36 AM
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Posted By Dustpup

Well, actually. I was in my attic running some...

Well, actually. I was in my attic running some cable and I think that the wiring may be contained within metal conduit. I was reading another site and it said

"Some homes without the ground wire,...
09-10-02, 06:53 AM
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Posted By Dustpup

Contractor Responsibility?

Hi all. I've been doing alot of reading here and I think I am in the right, but I want to check here too.

Last year I bought a house built in 1949. The outlets in the house were all two-prong...
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