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Debugging the AirPort Extreme Update 2007-001

11 years ago in Troubleshooting by Brent | No Comments

Macs don’t really need debugging, of course, because they don’t get bugs. But sometimes they get glitches, and quite a few users have complained about a glitch after they download and install the AirPort Extreme Update 2007-001.

AirPort Extreme provides wireless networking for Intel-based dual processor Macs and for PC’s. The 2007-001 update fixes a security vulnerability where someone in close proximity to the network could send malicious frames and crash your system. (more…)

Forgot Your Keychain Password?

11 years ago in Troubleshooting by Brent | 7 Comments

Mac OS 9 and X use a keychain program to protect and encrypt your passwords. It’s a very handy tool, and allows you to use different passwords for different applications and websites. Keychain is one of the security features that make Macs so infection- and hacker-resistant. Your keychain is password protected, and sometimes that is […]

Working With Problem Applications in OS X

11 years ago in Troubleshooting by Brent | No Comments

OS X was designed to prevent most application problems, crashes and freezes. However, these things do happen on occasion. Closing and restarting the problem application usually fixes the problem, but if multiple applications are acting out, you will need to log off and back in. Restarting your Mac shouldn’t be necessary. (Usually the only time […]

My MacBook Speakers Stopped Working

11 years ago in Troubleshooting by Brent | 202 Comments

Recently my sweet, innocent, little puppy, Kaze, step on my MacBook (I know, gasp). Everything seemed fine at first but I soon discovered that the internal speakers on my MacBook stopped working completely. After browsing the Apple Support Site to no avail. I was able to find the following information helpful and ultimately it solved […]

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