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John W.

John W.


Wantage, OX12

6 Ratings

10 Jobs Completed for PCIQ

4 Forum Posts

Member since 4th Dec 2007

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RE: Apple Mac log in problems

I know this is an old post, but in case not resolved: try starting up with the shift key held down if you are running OS X 10.4 Tiger or 10.5 Leopard. It sounds to me like you are sometimes putting in your login wrongly, and that there is something stopping the desktop from fully loading. Starting in safe mode with the shift key may help get you further.

18 Nov @ 08:26

RE: I would like to set up the internet on my G4. It sits next to the pc in my office upstairs.The re

Hi. There are so many ways to do this. Does either the cable modem downstairs or your husband's computer provide a wireless signal? Do you have an airport card in the G4? Does the PC in your office connect to the internet; if so how?...

6 Oct @ 08:14

RE: What is a good computer make?

Apple Mac

22 Apr @ 14:19

RE: Mac now 2 years old and running v slowly. b''band speed is good but take ages to load a page . gen

Hi. There are several reasons why your mac would run slow. Login items as suggested above. Or you need to "repair permissions" (goto Applications>Utilities>Disk Utility and select your hard disk, first aid and select Repair Permissions). There are system clean-up routines that can be run. A free utility called Onyx can do that for you. Also, Limewire or similar could be hogging your broadband if configured to start at login.

22 Apr @ 14:14