Here's my question: I open a folder (e.g. A) in list view and see all subfolders of A. I then open one of the subfolders (e.g. 1) using the triangle and then see the subfolder's contents. Due to the limited window size I no longer see all other subfolders of A. So far so good.
Now comes my problem: Whenever I open folder A again in list view, be it in two minutes, hours, or days afterwards, I again see the same view I left off, meaning I still see the subfolder 1's contents, but due to the limited window size I again don't see other subfolders. However, most of the time I'm no more interested in the same subfolders and always have to collapse them before seeing ALL of the contents of the folder A.
Is there a way of turning off the "memory" function? I don't want finder to show the subfolders I opened last open again.
I have a iMac DV G3/500 (Special Edition) from summer 2000. Anyway, I am using Mac OS 10.2.8. Recently, my start up disk's memory has gone done from 1.2 GB available free space to 668MB (currently). I haven't saved anything on this disk so I can not understand why this memory has dissappeared. I have also had icons on the start up menu disappear. Could someone please tell me how I can restore the missing memory?
I have a Black MacBook (Early 2008). I think that I still have the factory standard RAM sticks (I bought the Mac used from a friend). I noticed today that I am running on only one gig of RAM even though I have two gigs of memory.
I just bought a early 2009 MAC Pro and it came with 3GB of RAM, I ordered 3 2GB sticks of memory to replace the 3 1GB sticks that I had in there from Kingston. I turned off the unit, I popped the little levers and pulled the memory out of slot 1, 2, 3 and then replaced the memory with the new Kingston in slot 1, 2, 3
One of the sticks in is not working at all and I get the RED LED light no matter what slot I move that chip to. So I am running on 2 of the new Kingston memory chips.
Can I mix the memory and add the 1GB into slot 3 and 4 with slot 1 and 2 full of 2GB chips?
Also how to I run the memory utility again? I went to /system/Library/CoreServices/ and then I see the program Memory Slot Utility.app
How do I run this? I'm used to no spaces and I type ./then program name
I installed 4x2GB memory modules. Now, I have a "Memory Slot Utility" pop-up(The memory modules are installed in the recommended slots) that pops up every time I start my computer. How do I get rid of this notice permanently?
I have an i7 MBP and this morning I discovered that its fan is turning on and off at about 2 second intervals. It only occurs when the lid is closed and (seemingly) when the battery is at full charge (i.e., the mag safe is green). As soon as I open the lid the fan comes on and stays on for 30 seconds or so then shuts off as if the system has cooled. Any ideas what this is about?
I have an old powermac G4 dual 1.42 the other day I decided to power it up to update it and it would not turn on. I push the power button it lights briefly and goes out. The light stays on if I hold the button down. The fan does not come on nor any noise from inside the case, etc. I have reset the pram, that little button, and I have replaced the battery, I have searched for the problem but nothing seems to fit my exact case. It's not my main computer and I am no where near an apple store and I'd rather fix the problem myself instead of paying an arm and leg for apple to repair it.
My 20inch Imac which is running Snow Leopard and has been running fine for a long time now. It has just started to turn it self off then re start up on its own about 1 or 2 minutes later and then some times I just can't get it to turn back on again. I think it could be the psu?
i'm having a small issue with my computer... Its not turning on
1) If i just press on the power button i just hear the optical drive shifting and then nothing.
2) If i hold down on the power button, the optical drive starts up, the hard drive starts up, the sleep light turns on.. glows a little then faints and nothing.
The screen never turns on in either case and i never hear the start up sound.I had this problem twice already and solved it by reseting the Pram and by trying to turn it on and off a few times ( eventually it just turned on.. ) . But this time i guess that just won't do.
I have an external hard drive attached to my MacBook Pro. Today my MacBoor Pro freezed and I had to turn it off pressing and holding the power button. After turning it on the external hard drive didn't appear in desktop. I checked the disk utility that comes with mac and it shows the HD but I can't mount it.
I have a 12" 1.33Ghz iBook G4 that does not respond when I try to turn it on. Every now and then I can hear the hard drives spin up but after that nothing happens. I've tried to make sure the problem wasn't being caused by my AC adaptor and battery and they seem to be fine. I even tried to remove my third party Crucial 1GB stick of RAM and it still won't work. Is there anything else I can try before I head over to the nearest Apple store?
Does anyone know how to turn off the album artwork in Front Row? I have some songs I listen to that have some rather disturbing album art that I would prefer not looking at while I listen to the music. Also can you change the settings in Front Row so that the picture doesn't flip back and forth from one side of the screen to another when listening to music? The movement on the screen catches the eye and makes me look at the screen everytime it changes.
He has a stock white 2.2GHz MacBook, the 2.2GHz SR, with 1GB RAM. Now, recently, he noticed that the green indicator light next to his iSight camera, is always on, even if he just started up his 'Book. If he tries to open Photo Booth, all he gets is not a picture on the Photo Booth window, but in fact, just plain black inside the window, with no error message. Does anyone know what is going on?
I have a iBook G4 with the following spec. 14� Screen 933 MHz Processor / 384 MB RAM / 40 GB HD, OS 10 panther Untill now it was working perfectly, last week in was on and hanged up and was heated for hours, Now when i was trying to switch it on it was not booting up and not recogninsing the hard disc, I tried to reboot i failed, than i tried to reload OS10 panther with the original disc no 1 it went on till the end and before finishing it showed error message. I tried to check and repair Hard disc and it was OK I think the problem is with memory ( which is inbuilt in the board) If i put additional memory on the slot and try to relad the OS will it work, or there is some other problem.
i turned off my macbook yesterday around 3:30amwoke up around 9am and took macbook to my work.i have PC at work so i didnt turned it on until 12pm.as my hand reach to the bag, i felt little hotness.hen i grab my macbook and it was hot.i was thinking.....did i not turn off the machine?i DID turn it off for about 9 hrs. i was shocked.i was trying to turn it on it didnt work.i was stunned again. so i took out the batteryand it worked.pee yew!but im kinda scary if this will happen againlittle note for my macbookrecently i upgrade my OS system from 10.4.11 to 10.5.6also memory from 512mb to 2gb.and hard drive from 50gb to 250gb.i always check the temperature with Temperature Monitor.and after those upgrades my macbook was getting hotter than before.when i had 10.4.11 highest temp was around 69c right now highest temp that i saw was 80c. (especially when i do ichat video) and i have labtop cooling fan.i just installed the 10.5.6 so its pretty much empty no photoshop or anythingjust basic apps and couple of apps that i downloaded from internet (which is legal programs)