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    *sound of crickets*

    Anyway, should Apple stick to "safe" people like John Mayer?

    I wouldn't be surprised if Steve put Black Eyed Peas up on stage one time. They're Apple guys, and Steve guys. And they could play "My Humps" on stage. Oh yes, "my humps, my humps, my lovely little lumps." :p

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    it's the "North Dakota Family Alliance" whose executive director is Tom D. Freier who is;

    Tom D. Freier is a North Dakota politician and public servant with the North Dakota Republican Party.... link (

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    I moved the actual song files onto my iPod in hard drive mode and then copied them to my PowerBook, but now my PowerBook will not let me import those songs into iTunes.

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    You need to use the add to library option rather than import.

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    I also have a 2007 MBP which had 2 upgrades from Tiger.

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    The best I found was to re-install and start afresh with new installs and just the apps I needed.

    I used an application which copied folder names into a text file. I formatted the computer and picked and chose the applications I wanted to reinstall.

    Used TimeMachine to copy My Documents folder back and done.

    Just keep in mind I used Firefox sync which copied my bookmarks, history etc. (although Add-Ons had to be reinstalled).

    Couldn't have been happier to just format it rather than messing around.

    I also find this is the best way. I had to format my MacBook Pro yesterday because it wasn't shutting down properly (afterwards, I found out it was just one program causing the problem :mad:). Although it probably wasn't entirely necessary, my computer is now running better than when I bought it new around 12 months ago.

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  • I have seen posts in which people ask about gaming on the mac without windows, using multiple monitors, or thinking of upgrading to a mac pro. None of these accurately describe my problem. I know that mac os x does not support crossfire.

    I have a 2009 mac pro. I use os X for everything except gaming. The 5770 does what I need it to do on the mac side. Gaming under bootcamp with windows 7 is not as good as I would like. I will only be using one ACD 27" and no other monitor. I do not wish to put a 2nd PSU in the 2nd optical bay slot.

    So, should I order another 5770 and use it in crossfire or sell the 5770 that I have and upgrade to the 5870. As I recall, crossfire is not a mobo thing. If this has been answered before, I apologize in advance.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.


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    I'll be snotty for a moment...

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    This is why my sister doesn't like macs, because she can't get on her friends' myspace sites on my mac mini:rolleyes: .

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