jacg said:I just noticed this in my Software Update box. Cool - it says I only need to log out!
Downloading now, wrecklessly, since this iMac is going back anyway.
It is not so bad, on my machine, as long as the programs (iPhoto, iTunes, iMovie/DVD) are open before hitting the front row menu button on the remote...although, when I select music playlists that are kinda big, front row hangs up a bit (4-7 seconds).swingerofbirch said:does front row run slowly on the imac g5s? (i've never used it)
You are likely seeing that message because your internet connection is not keeping up with Apple's streaming info...am I wrong on this one?clcnyc said:Every time I click on a movie preview, I get the "Movie Server not available at this time", or something to that effect.
D3LM3L said:Crap... I'm getting the no minimize button again on my PowerMac G5!! Is anyone else having this problem/has a solution? This never happened before the 1.0.1 update!
clcnyc said:Not likely, I'm on high speed cable.
spencecb said:I'm on a high speed cable modem as well, but that doesn't make a difference. Cable modems are not perfect (they are a far cry from perfect, especially if you have service through Time Warner). I get that message every once in a while, too. It just means the server can't keep up.
amateurmacfreak said:yeah, i agree. i hear internet's generally faster in europe... wish i was there.
hcorf said:who told you internet is faster in europe, all the big server are in the states. Sure, uk websites are faster here (i get a ping of 12-15 from some sites) but for most stuff i am assuming the journey accross the atlantic would give a little lag.