- Apr 12, 2001
One reader inadvertantly ran across some "internal" Apple Knowledge base documents when doing a routine search for Mac OS X 10.2.8 issues on Apple's knowledge base site.
Originally posted by Powerbook G5
Damn, a nice 5 internal issues with the 15" PowerBook (FW800), all of which seem pretty serious. I serious hope I do not have to send my PowerBook back as soon as I receive it! Are these just 10.2.8 problems or actual hardware problems? I mean, since these computers are being sent with 10.2.7 installed, would that mean they wouldn't have these problems?
Originally posted by billyb
glad to see they're working (hopefully) on the clicking speaker issue on iBooks. my fiance has one and it drives her insane, and, by extension, me as well.
Hot Issue: iPod (with Dock Connector) - Unresponsive, "Stuck", "Frozen", or "Locked Up" Escalate any case of an unresponsive iPod that is stuck at any text view and cannot be reset. Note: This document does not apply to cases in which the iPod is stuck at the Apple logo, but links to those documents are provided below.
Originally posted by BrandonRP0123
They've got a document on the 12" and 17" feet issue. Yay.
Originally posted by brhmac
This condition has happened to my iPod a couple of times -- when I was nowhere near my dock converter or my PowerBook. Anyone know how to reset an iPod w/o the dock or a PB?
Will a software fix from Apple fix the problem?
Will Apple make a software fix to fix the problem?
Originally posted by virtualsid
What is a 'display pool'? Can anyone enlighten me please?
Originally posted by simX
To reset a stuck iPod, hold down the menu and play buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds. Make sure the hold switch is not activated (the orange line should not be showing). This should restart the iPod, but will not affect any stored data on it.