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Jeff Greenberg

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

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

David Anders

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.

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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.

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

Possibility one, you dragged the two FOLDERS from the Camera Card onto the Finder Window left pane.  The folders would appear, and would contain FILES until the Card is ejected.    A backup device that

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

Are the pictures in iPhoto? If not, were the images in your User | Pictures folder?  If not were the files on an external hard drive, flash drive, or camera card?  Were the folders created Smart Folders?

2014-07-23 Mac ports and homebrew unistall:

Hello David    I'm a little puzzled as to how my AllExperts account is live given that I resigned from the site a year or more ago.    Anyway ...    1   I don't think I would be able to help anyway. I

2014-07-20 Instal Mavericks on Snow Leopard HD:

250Gb is small for two bootable partitions. I would highly recommend that you install a 500Gb or larger drive.  SuperDuper! creates a bootable copy of an installed OSX version.  Disk Utility (depending

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