There is a bug that has been around since Mac 10.3 OSX was released and is scaring the pants off the new leopard users. The bug occurs when a user is doing an move operation, and a network, USB, or FireWire drive is disconnected. The result is that the user could loose huge amounts of data, with an unstable drive. The faulty hard drives seem to all be Seagate 2.5 drives that are made in china like nothing isn’t joking we love you China. They are also all SATA interface. The error makes the head clash with the platter. This bug has been around since the 10.3 times.
Geeks are like snowflakes: each is unique and special; not all wear glasses and use LINUX. Geeks have an assortment of interests and specialties that are not all computer oriented. If you’re a geek in search of some career guidance, don’t sell yourself short. While most companies do need an IT guy, let’s face it, you’re a genius, you’d be great at anything. Here are some of the ultimate geek jobs.
After using Leopard for over one week, I’ve loved working on my Mac even more and more. Special and powerful features like Spaces, 64-bit support and faster Spotlight. The entire Mac experience is something to be had. Unlike Windows XP 64-bit edition the multiple “program files” folders and un-satisfying drivers and applications, OS X Leopard did it right. Taking the power of 64-bit right to the core of the operating system, its unreal to see how all the software just works in perfect harmony and in a space saving manner.
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The wait is finally over the sister of the big beast 8800 GTX and GTS, the all new GT which is way thinner and takes up only one slot will be perfect for those fans of SLi. This is a pretty good deal for this product.
“Your search for the perfect graphics card is over — SLI™-Ready NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT has arrived. The ideal combination of power, performance, and price, GeForce 8800 GT offers GeForce 8 Series goodness, 112 stream processors, and a 256-bit frame buffer for jealousy-inducing DirectX 10 gameplay at ultra fast frame rates.”
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