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Old 17-08-2008, 05:51 PM   #361
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I hope that works for you.

Otherwise, go to Firefox 3's -> Tools -> Add-ons -> Plugins, and disable Shockwave Flash. If FF3 still crash after that, it's not Flash's fault leow.
aiya installed liao .. still crash .. me try the 2nd method ..

*check .. mine ff2

omg really can die
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Old 17-08-2008, 06:01 PM   #362
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FF2 ah? Manually go to /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/ and move two "flashplayer" files to your Desktop to disable Flash.
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Old 17-08-2008, 06:20 PM   #363
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eek there's nth in there except for realplayer plugin!
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Old 17-08-2008, 06:46 PM   #364
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Cannot be.

You probablly looked in the wrong Library folder.

/Library/ means the Library folder that is in the same root as your /Applications/ folder.

~/Library/ is the one under your Home folder, and is the wrong one you looked at.

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Old 17-08-2008, 06:58 PM   #365
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Cannot be.

You probablly looked in the wrong Library folder.

/Library/ means the Library folder that is in the same root as your /Applications/ folder.

~/Library/ is the one under your Home folder, and is the wrong one you looked at.

lol! thanks rupert! found it
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Old 17-08-2008, 08:04 PM   #366
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another noob qns.

then if i place 2xddr2 800 into a duo core macbook that can support 4gb. will it take in the chip as 667mhz? as i got spare 800mhz. or the chipset cannot support? i afraid of damaging the chipset.
I'm using that configuration ATM. No issues so far.

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Old 17-08-2008, 11:51 PM   #367
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I'm using that configuration ATM. No issues so far.

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okay! thanks dan.
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Old 18-08-2008, 12:30 AM   #368
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1) No. The Santa Rosa chipset limits the memory bus to 667Mhz - it's a hardware limitation in place by Intel.
2) The 2nd disc is part of the installation process - it contains the extra applications.
3) No. Discs are locked to device classes. You can't even use an older/newer-generation MacBook's restore disc on your MacBook.

/Dan
3) You cannot do the installation directly onto the tiger macbook's hdd, however you can install the leopard detecting the macbook as an external hdd (either via fire wire transfer wizard/ external hdd casing). Its a loophole. :p
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3) You cannot do the installation directly onto the tiger macbook's hdd, however you can install the leopard detecting the macbook as an external hdd (either via fire wire transfer wizard/ external hdd casing). Its a loophole. :p
Yeah. But I believe I was quite specific when I said the disc was installed on the macbook itself.

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Old 18-08-2008, 04:51 PM   #370
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Yeah. But I believe I was quite specific when I said the disc was installed on the macbook itself.

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oops.. Not meant to say you are wrong in anyway. Just want to point that you are right, and suggesting an unorthodox method which is inconvenience, but will install onto a hdd.

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Old 21-08-2008, 02:40 PM   #371
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hi guys,

use which program to extract dvd to iso format. handbrake?

thanks!
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Old 21-08-2008, 02:57 PM   #372
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hi guys,

use which program to extract dvd to iso format. handbrake?

thanks!
Huat torking you?
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Old 21-08-2008, 03:13 PM   #373
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Huat torking you?
let me rephrase again.

I want to rip my DVD but end product will be ISO format. Possible? Can handbrake rip DVD to ISO format too?

I did tried using Mac Ripper, not possible to rip into ISO format unless I can't locate it again.
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Old 21-08-2008, 03:45 PM   #374
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Waolaoeh.

ISO format is just a disc format, a disc format readable by almost all modern OSes and electronic devices, unlike the FAT32/NTFS (Winblows) or HFS (Macintosh) formats for instance are platform specific.

So it makes no sense to "rip a dvd to iso format"!

Ripping simply means copying the content of a dvd-video disc to your harddisk. Period. The ripped dvd-video retains its dvd-video format but now instead of residing in a dvd disc it is in your harddisk. Kotex.

We often CONVERT the content of a dvd-video disc to a smaller media FILE format, format such as .mp4, .mkv, .wmv, .rmvb etc. You can then store the converted media file in an iso formatted dvd, a Zune, an iPod, a Dell.

So... exactly what chew wanna do?
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Waolaoeh.

ISO format is just a disc format, a disc format readable by almost all modern OSes and electronic devices, unlike the FAT32/NTFS (Winblows) or HFS (Macintosh) formats for instance are platform specific.

So it makes no sense to "rip a dvd to iso format"!

Ripping simply means copying the content of a dvd-video disc to your harddisk. Period. The ripped dvd-video retains its dvd-video format but now instead of residing in a dvd disc it is in your harddisk. Kotex.

We often CONVERT the content of a dvd-video disc to a smaller media FILE format, format such as .mp4, .mkv, .wmv, .rmvb etc. You can then store the converted media file in an iso formatted dvd, a Zune, an iPod, a Dell.

So... exactly what chew wanna do?
I do understand ISO format is just a format readable by Win/Mac . I do know DVD residing in my hdd after ripping it. I'm asking whether can I rip to ISO format is for my purpose of easy management in my Hdd driven media player.

I dont need to convert to other smaller format which I dont see a need too becos I could burn and pass to my frens without loaning them my dvds.
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