Problem description: The system is unable to find the boot device
Attempted fixes: Resetting NVRAM, Resetting PMU, Option Booting, "x" booting
Recent changes: Harddrives died, replaced both.
System specs: Dual 2Ghz G5 PowerMac Revision 2, 6GB RAM, many graphics cards installed
I'm in a situation where I'm considering using a few cables to make a series about 1.254M long (10in past spec)
I can't find anything online where someone has actually experimented with this. Does anyone have any idea what will happen? Is this long enough to cause problems? What sort of...
The dual PCIE slots and price originally attracted me to it, but I'll take a look at the boards you mentioned, thanks. The GA-EX38-DS4 looks to be in my price range and feature set.
I'm going to end up buying a greater than 42" LCD TV running at 1080P. I currently have no idea what graphics...
I'm building a new computer for myself and I'm a bit confused on a few topics.
I'm planning on getting a Q6600 which as I understand it is a 64 bit processor. I was thinking of getting Asus P5W DH deluxe for my motherboard, but I'm a little retarded and can't tell if it supports 64 bit. I went...
I'm planning out a new NAS box and I'm having a hell of a time finding an appropriate case for it. I need an ATX case with at least 9x5.25" external bays, but the more the better.
Some relevant information: I'll be using a couple SATA Hotswap backplanes (Will take 8x5.25" Slots) with at least...
I have two text files, they all have 0.[alot of numbers]. I need to add these two numbers.
I don't have a good idea how to do this. I can think of a way to do it really inefficiently, but it won't do. I was thinking that I could load the files into an array, every 4 or so numbers would be a...
I am looking to add a Radeon 7000 Mac Edition to my PowerMac G5 but I am not sure if it will work correctly.
If I add a 7000, will my primary video card loose any performance? Will it disable some features to match the 2nd one?
I know I am pretty poorly worded, so go ahead and ask for...
With RemoteDesktop you can push packages down to each client.
If you wanted a free solution, you could create a shell script to ssh into each box (Set up keys, then you won't need password auth) and do a softwareupdate -ia or something similar
Its is not a beautiful answer, but maybe create a hardlink to the root of the disk in a volume that shows up when connecting?
I know there was a way to change mount points in NetInfo, but I cannot remember it off the top of my head. I will look around
If your warranty is still good, call Apple and explain what is happening.
If you don't we can try some more stuff online
Do your fans run up before it goes to sleep?
Check your logs, looking for something like "Thermal Runaway", or "Thermal Manager".
If your logs do say something...
Do you mean 7.0.1? I can't seem to find 7.1 on Apple's site
edit: You must have, http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/version.html
7.0.1 is a security patch, I believe