OSX 1.2 bugs

Falleron

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Hi, has anyone noticed that when OSX is put to sleep, then woken up, the sound is muted somehow??? How do you fix this without restarting the computer??

Thanks
 

Falleron

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Hi, I dont mind waiting. I love my new computer and would not change it for anything!!
 

benmac

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I have the same problem. Go in the Sound Preferences, and tick "mute" twice. This should work for you too.

I have another problem (which is a bit more serious), I (logged as admin) cannot delete files created by a user that I have deleted. Does anybody know how to fix this problem.
Oh yeah, has anyone noticed that the files' comments just dissapear? I guess there is no fix to this.
 

Falleron

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Originally posted by benmac
I have the same problem. Go in the Sound Preferences, and tick "mute" twice. This should work for you too.

I have another problem (which is a bit more serious), I (logged as admin) cannot delete files created by a user that I have deleted. Does anybody know how to fix this problem.
Oh yeah, has anyone noticed that the files' comments just dissapear? I guess there is no fix to this.
I found that the sound was muted. However, when I un-checked the box I still got no sound. Oh well, I will just have to wait.

Other bugs I have seen.

1) IE - The buttons keep disappearing!!!
2) Entourage - Keep getting mail errors when opening folders
3) MSN Messenger - Keeps quitting

++ The window re-sizing need to be sped up.

On a separate issue. I am trying to use a cdrw disk + was wondering how people use them? Do you need to erase the disk evertime you want to add/amend the files on it??
 

blackpeter

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I've got the muted sound after sleep, and Apple Tech Support has assured me they they are on it.

I've also lost my serial number in both System Profilers (OSX & OS9) as well as in "About this Mac." When I zap the PRAM, the Serial Number returns --- only to again disappear after the next restart. Ugh. But again, Tech Support is diligent in their e-mails and calling.
 
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