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  • applemaz's Avatar
    July 29th, 2014, 02:40 PM
    I just got an old PowerMac3,6 (G4 867 DP (MDD) without the hard drive. The stock drive was an UltraATA/100 hard drive. I'd like to put a more modern SATA drive inside. Any suggestions on doing this?
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  • Giaguara's Avatar
    July 29th, 2014, 07:56 AM
    Hm, that might not be a bad option. Nope, hadn't looked at that one before with that eye, but will do. :)
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  • MisterMe's Avatar
    July 27th, 2014, 07:40 AM
    This does not appear to be a graphics problem. It appears that all of the folders inside Bureaublad folder are opening as daughter windows inside the Bureaublad window. Daughter windows are not a standard feature of OS X. They are a standard feature of Microsoft Windows. Perhaps you installed a haxie to implement daughter windows on your system. Therefore, it is important to answer Cheryl's question about the software that you have installed.
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  • Cheryl's Avatar
    July 26th, 2014, 07:55 AM
    We need a bit more information: What was downloaded/installed just before this happened OR do you remember what you were doing just before this happened ? What version Mavericks are you running? Have you installed the latest update? Did you run Disk Utility to repair permissions on your hard drive? Have you used TechTool or Disk Warrior on your drive recently?
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  • Freek Freriks's Avatar
    July 25th, 2014, 09:55 AM
    Hi guys, I have a pretty frustrating problem, since a few days my macbook pro 2009 is glitching when i open the finder. Mavericks used to run fine but not anymore. The problem kicks in after browsing thru a few folders, I made a screenshot so you guys get what I mean. As you can see the graphics are glitching, I searched for a solution and more people had the problem but the suggested tips didn't work for me. It only happens in the finder, after restarting the finder I can browse thru a few files an then the problem kicks in again... Do you guys have an idea maybe? ...
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