Does anyone know how to run a cd on a apple mac? my friend asked me i do not have a mac so i dont know what the problem is thanks
Posted by Danny 11 years ago
Well, its nice to see the that the winner has common sense on his side.I've grabbed various bits of this from Gizmodo, whom got it from Tom's Hardware."I'd say that Macs are less secure for the reasons we've discussed here (lack of anti-exploitation technologies) but are more safe because there simply isn't much malware out there. For now, I'd still recommend Macs for typical users as the odds of something targeting them are so low that they might go years without seeing any malware, even though if an attacker cared to target them it would be easier for them."Be sure to read the Article before you start flaming.It mirrors what me and goodhart were saying before,A computers security is based entirely on the user.I used windows for over 2 years, with no anti-virus, no anti-spyware. Just a good firewall, and my common sense.My first rule of computing common sense is, only download pictures, music, and movies.If your going to get some illegal software get it from someone else whom has used the install files, and knows they work!Also, do not trust ll.13 when he links to your a serial website without informing you that most of them are Trojans.
Posted by gmjhowe 9 years ago
I read somewhere that your PSU can explode while making a hackintosh
Asked by robots199 8 years ago
This Macgo website (http://www.macblurayplayer.com/) sells software which allows Mac OS X Lion to play back Bluray on Mac. It mentions one can use external Bluray Drive. Does anyone here use this software,Mac Blu-ray Player? Does it really work? Which brand of external Bluray Drive do you use?
Asked by j.rocky68 6 years ago
Asked by DevinMariah 3 years ago
My current media player, VLC does not seem to work with Yosemite. What should I replace it with?
Asked by SeanAllison 3 years ago
I was looking around and am wondering is a dual core fully loaded Powermac G5 Better than a fully loaded Mac Mini? How is both of them against the mac pro with 4 gigs of ram?
Asked by robots199 9 years ago
I am trying to install Mac OS x on my AMD pc but when i get to disk utility's i don't see my hard drives so i cant format it and i cant install Mac OS can any one help.i am using Kalyway_Leopard_10.5.2_DVD_Intel_Amd from this link i know its wrong to pirate things but really im only installing this to try it. i am thinking of buying a mac or at least a mac license.Now to the technical information.i have 3 partions set up 1 for windows:50G NTFS1 shared:10G FAT321 for Mac OS x:45G FAT32i have aCompaq presario F700 with xpAMD Athlon 64X2 Dual-Core Processor TK-57 1.60 GHz, 960MB of RAM
Posted by chrischavez 9 years ago
I'm using a mac for presentation purposes and it constantly, randomly shows me all of my open windows, dimming the second display. This problem has been happening for a while but has not been a huge problem since it was not being used for presentation purposes. It is really distracting for viewers when the power point suddenly disappears and the screen dims. It would be a great help if someone could tell me why it is doing this. Thanks
Asked by Jareadx 5 years ago
I have tried both the realplayer downloader, which does not apperantely convert videos to mp3 files, and a plugin for firefox, which causes problems with the program. i want to download and convert videos with one program on my mac mini , which by the way has an intel processor and os 10.5.6
Asked by saberwing 7 years ago
I've made several different icons for folders and apps but have no idea how to give them to people without sending them via e-mail. How would I go about making a collection so that they can be downloaded all at once, instead of each one being downloaded separately.
Asked by gigavux 8 years ago
I recently downloaded a movie off the Internet for my Mac and wanted to burn it to a DVD disk so I could play it on my TV. I thought it was just like making a cd (obviously wrong). I burned the disk like I though I should but when I put it in my DVD player on my TV, it said that there was no data on this disk (or something like that). I am not sure what step I am missing but can any one help?
Asked by meglet81 9 years ago
YOU WILL NEED ELBOW NOODLES, 1 2/3 CUP OF MILK, 2 EGGS, SALT AND PEPPER, 1 LBS OF KAFT SHARP CHEESE, 1 PACKAGE OF KAFT SHERRED MEXICAN STYLE CHEESE AND 3 TABLE SPOONS OF BUTTER. COMBINE ALL IN A LARGE MIXING BOWL. STIR AND PUT IN A CASSROLE DISH BAKE FOR ABOUT 30 MINS OR UNTIL ALL MILK HAS VANISH.
Posted by cinge101 8 years ago
I have an old iMac (2004) with not too much personal stuff on it that I am worried about, but I am giving it to a friend, and I don't want to erase the music in iTunes or the applications like Photoshop and Word that can't be upgraded any longer. When I Google how to erase a computer, the instructions for a Mac are sooooo easy - but all the directions talk about wiping out your "files". Are "files" programs that I can no longer load on to that Mac (because I no longer have the original disks, product serial numbers etc.)? If that is the case is there another way to make my information on that old computer (that I was using up until 3 months ago) safe? I just don't want to loose the software applications that it has, but I would like to loose their content, ie, a journal I kept on Word, art stuff on Photoshop, old emails I saved, love letters, naked photos (just kidding) - the usual stuff. I am not so worried about my friend but more about the next person down the road who might end up with this computer.
Posted by Ninzerbean 6 years ago
I have a dying mac. More specifically, the moniter is dying. Unfortunatly the way its designed its apparently unfixable. Well instead of being wasteful and throwing it out any ideas to make it useful? I am saving for a new one and it'll take me a couple of months, until then I wanted to brain storm. I have the G5 http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.mp3-music-player.com/news/05_05/images/Apple_iMac_g5.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.mp3-music-player.com/news/05_05/Apple_g5.html&h=342&w=350&sz=7&hl=en&start=2&um=1&usg=__hStptTAEa_XsrmyAgcrBe9RkqaI=&tbnid=TbBXBgpVwRHQ8M:&tbnh=117&tbnw=120&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dmac%2Bg5%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den
Posted by Sick like a sickle cell 9 years ago
Hey, i reside in Fiji islands and my intention was to know whether international entries were legitimate. Cause i really want that laptop, i have been using my old compaq computer for a long time and this looks like a really good deal. I will write a really good instructable , but it's no use if i can't win it. So please do help me.
Posted by arylic 9 years ago
Asked by hvac2010 9 years ago
Hey ! Today im getting given to broken macs They look good on the exterier but are broken inside ! ones a g4 quicksilver BUT im also getting a mac classic which if i cannot get working Im going to take the guts out and fit a tv inside with a radio ! Anyone got any ideas for the g4 quicksilver??
Posted by stephenniall 8 years ago
Do you want to protect your Mac folders? For sure, your Mac contains all the valuable files that are not good to be shared to the WORLD. You need to protect your Mac folders so that other people will not have any access to your Mac folders. Don’t you know that passwords can protect your Mac folders? If you want to know how password protect folders mac, read this article. All Mac files are valuable to the Mac users. But, not all folders are meant for public viewing. You need to protect some of your Mac files and folders, especially the confidential ones from the prying eyes of the people. Some examples of confidential Mac files and folders are the career related ones. Of course, you will not waste all those sleepless night making your project just to give to other person, right? You will sure disagree that another person will take advantage on your Mac files and gain the promotion. That is a very bad idea. If you want to secure your career, you need to secure your files. Put some passwords on your Mac files/folders. MacKeeper can assure the secrecy of your Mac files. It has a Data Encryptor that will guarantee the complete privacy of your Mac files. It can hide your private data to avoid the public viewing of your files. You can have two options in securing your Mac files with MacKeeper. You can secure it with password or use the Advance Encryption Standard. It is being approved by the National Security Agency in hiding some of the top secret information. Undeniably, this is very effective. You can encrypt your files with MacKeeper and keep your secrets safe. In addition to that, you will not only enjoy the secrecy benefit of the MacKeeper. You will enjoy all its features that will keep your Mac in good health and solve problems when mac is running slow
Posted by alexandraggonzales5 6 years ago