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David Anders

U.S.
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Seattle - The Computer Guy - 15 yr veteran Mac/PC/network problem solving. Clients are design firms, artists, freelancers and photographers. PLEASE PLEASE provide EXACT info for Mac Model and OS Version. RAM installed - added cards - external devices - recent changes. Do you do MONTHLY MAINTENANCE? With what Utility? What you have tried and what result do you want.

Jeff Greenberg

Available
I can comfortably answer most basic/advanced questions regarding Macintosh hardware and software - nowadays only OSX. In fact, if it's prior to 10.3, there's a good chance I'll reject your question. Forget OS9 stuff - Igave up OS 9 ten years ago). Please do not ask me about OS9. My particular specialties are in Video editing/DVD authoring. I am a certified trainer in the "pro apps" (Final Cut, DVDSP, Soundtrack, Motion). I have been using Macs since 1985.

Debba Robinson

U.S.
Available
AppleWorks 6, Systems up to 10.3.5, general trouble-shooting of hardware and some software.

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2014-08-29 Iphoto problem:

Paul,    iLife came with your machine -   I'm not sure if you should have iPhoto 8 (iLife 09) or iPhoto 9 (iLife 11.)     Apple provided upgrades for each version, but required you to buy to get the next

2014-08-25 WHERE’S THE REMOTE:

Cameron,    I'll give it my best shot.    I have a computer at work. It'd be nice if I could, over the internet) remotely control it.    That's what a Remote Desktop Client does, at it's very simplest

2014-08-23 Iphoto problem:

Paul,    I'm not sure what you've done.     My fear is that iPhoto was removed...and you replaced it with an old version (hence the "iPhoto won't open your library."    Let me mention the happy part. Your

2014-08-20 Audio recording:

Ryan,     First, there's a dead simple plugin for skype: http://www.ecamm.com/mac/callrecorder/    Then you can take the audio to either Garage Band or Audacity.    Some people ask the person on the other

2014-08-10 missing files from two sidebar folders:

If there is one backup, there will be no time bar on the right.  The videos about using Time Machine would be a good thing to look at.  Also, a functioning backup is a very good idea.    https://www.google

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