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CaptainMench

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  1. CaptainMench

    Yellow Lines on Powerbook 17inch

    PRAM doesn't reset it... here's the link about Apple ignoring this issue: The macbook in question is Jason Hafer at the bottom of the page: http://www.crosspond.com/apple.php CaptM
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    Nintendo Wii

    Odd. Not sure what they mean by that. I've got a g network off my Netgear and my Macs. No problems. Now -- there is a free Opera download that you can get for the wii -- but you download that thru the WiiStore on the wii itself. Not sure what that XP/IE reference is about. CaptM
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    Yellow Lines on Powerbook 17inch

    A friend's new-to-him refurb'd 17 inch powerbook started in with the pixel width vertical yellow line problem. Didn't see anything here in the search and google gave a few places to post pics in the hopes Apple will come along and recognize this as a real issue... But have they? Anyone have a solid lead on what this actually is? Fixable? Workable? Thanks, CaptM
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    Mac iBook and Nintendo WII

    As I mentioned in the other post you made on this topic (please, don't spam a forum with such posts...) The Wii needs a broadcast hub to pick up a WiFi signal. If you don't have a router that is also broadcasting a signal then you are out of luck. Unless you move it close to the wall of your neighbor's house. CaptM
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    Nintendo Wii

    The WiFi works with the network... not your computer. You need something like a router to broadcast your signal to the Wii. What type of connection does your computer have and where is it getting it from? CaptM
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