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  1. I recently (mid November) received a new MacBook Pro and almost immediately began having issues with kernel panics - as many as two or three an hour. An example of the panic is included below: Sat Dec 2 19:41:21 2006 panic(cpu 0 caller 0x001A3135): Unresolved kernel trap (CPU 0, Type 14=page fault), registers: CR0: 0x8001003b, CR2: 0xc6ff5e9e, CR3: 0x00ee2000, CR4: 0x000006e0 EAX: 0xc6ff5e96, EBX: 0xc5ff6040, ECX: 0xc5ff5f97, EDX: 0xc6ff5e96 CR2: 0xc6ff5e9e, EBP: 0x251c3d28, ESI: 0x36eb6b00, EDI: 0x00000004 EFL: 0x00010286, EIP: 0x00359af9, CS: 0x00000008, DS: 0x041f0010 Backtrace, Format - Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack) 0x251c3b18 : 0x128d08 (0x3c9afc 0x251c3b3c 0x131de5 0x0) 0x251c3b58 : 0x1a3135 (0x3cf7b0 0x0 0xe 0x3cefe0) 0x251c3c68 : 0x19a904 (0x251c3c80 0xff 0x251c3c98 0x37eb63) 0x251c3d28 : 0x9d7089 (0x36eb6b00 0xfffffffc 0x6 0x513734f0) 0x251c3f08 : 0x398f79 (0x2372d308 0x3ccef00 0x1 0x39bb3b4) 0x251c3f58 : 0x39814b (0x3ccef00 0x135eb4 0x0 0x39bb3b4) 0x251c3f88 : 0x397e81 (0x3cd3940 0x0 0x450 0x1503) 0x251c3fc8 : 0x19a77c (0x3cd3940 0x0 0x19d0b5 0x3e03c80) Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0x0 Kernel loadable modules in backtrace (with dependencies): com.apple.driver.AirPortAtheros(211.2)@0x9a8000 dependency: com.apple.iokit.IONetworkingFamily(1.5.1)@0x6fd000 dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.2)@0x580000 dependency: com.apple.iokit.IO80211Family(140.4)@0x98c000 Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 8.8.2: Thu Sep 28 20:43:26 PDT 2006; root:xnu-792.14.14.obj~1/RELEASE_I386 A check of the Apple support forum indicated that wireless related kernel panics have been a problem for a couple of months. I took copies of the panic log to the Apple Store and the machine was sent for repair. I have since received a new machine but it does exactly the same thing. One thing I have figured out is that I was running a Belkin N1, pre-N router (latest firmware) and if I went back to my old linksys G router the problem disappears. I have been running problem free with the Linksys router for several days. Has anyone else heard of this issue? Any advice would be appreciated
  2. ross

    iTunes 7

    This issue seems to be resolved in 7.0.2
  3. ross

    iTunes 7

    Exactly - I move some off to external storage - Photoshop TV for example. Having the folders made that very easy. It also seemed an odd thing to change but you are right that the functionality betweeen iTunes and my iPod is no different. I did note that the option to keep "the xx recent uplayed" podcast option does not seem to work with video podcasts either - they seem to be treated differently from audio ones. Again not a huge deal just an inconsistency.
  4. ross

    iTunes 7

    it is true that within the podcast view (thanks for the screenshot) nothing has changed. If you highlight one of the video podcasts and choose the "Show In Finder" option however you will notice that rather than being in a folder called iTunes Music/Podcasts/command N for instance, all video podcasts downloaded since the installation of iTunes 7 (Sep12 for me) are now being stored in the iTunes Music/Podcasts folder. This is true for video podcasts that I was already subscribed to, for which folders already existed, as well as new subscriptions.
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    iTunes 7

    Has anyone else noticed that video podcasts are no lobger organized into folders that way other podcasts are since iTunes 7 - they are simply put into the root of the Podcasts folder within the iTunes Music Library. I have noted that this occurs on both Windows and Mac vesion of iTunes7. i had hoped that 7.0.1 would fix this but it does not appear to. Anyone have any ideas about this? There is an unanswered Q. on the Apple support forum as well I have attached the link below http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?m...3227771#3227771
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