I'm trying to set up a wireless network with my new Macbook Pro. When I select "start.osx" the laptop does not have an application to run it - it offers a list from which I can't find the appropriate application.
Can you advise -
is there an application on the macbook pro that I should use?
are they compatible?
James please give us some more details.
what is start.osx. most of the thing you need to do for wireless networking is done on the router.Look at you documentation and see how to log in to you r router *LIKE 192.168.*.* once in there follow the manufactures instructions.
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Open your airport utility (Applications/Utilities/Airport Utility). See if anything comes up on the left. If not, reset your airport and network. Also, in System Preferences, click Network. See what it shows for airport, and delete your current network, and set up a new one. Do you have bars on your airport on the tool bar?
unfortunately any pro tools application below version 7.4.2 is not compatible with leopard and I don't think you can use mbox 1 with the universal mac I may be wrong but I wanna say I tried a while back and even garageband wouldn't find it anymore but you can check for sure by going to the applications folder then open the utilities folder in there is an application called "Audio Midi Setup" and you can select the mbox in there if you see it but if not there is no patch or driver that I know of to get it working unless you upgrade pro tools which if you do upgrade I suggest getting mbox 2 and getting LE with it
it could be this mbox thing isnt compatible with intel chiped macs. did you check their website for minimum requirement and compatibility? any of your friends have the same laptop of yours and theirs is working?
did you google "macbook pro not working mbox 1" for forums that relate to you
When rebooting at the bong press and hold the Alt key until the drives appear on screen. Select your main boot drive and off you go. Now in OSX goto the startup disk in the prefs and set it back to the hard drive instead of Network and you're done.
You should only use Windows xp for running a program that is
not yet available from Apple. There shouldn't be much reason to link to
the net while in Windows. Also while in Windows you are wide open to any
viruses that exist. Try getting your work done without getting on the
net, then go back to your Apple format. There you are 99% free of
viruses. … Still need to link onto the net let me know I will ask at our
Apple Computer Club on Monday
you need to reconfigure your network settings again, double click on your wireless icon that appears on right top corner of your screen and give the appropriate settings there
you should give proper IP address and gatway and Password for net access