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Re: Receiving thumbnails OK, but Mac freezes while...

Check available memory as above. If your Mac is Power Mac 7500, 8500, 9500 and OS is system 7.5.2, you need a patch (serial DMA) or upgrade to the latest version of the OS. Also, we recommend you use the latest version of OS for all other Macs.

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Receiving thumbnails OK, but Mac freezes while receiving full-sized images (not thumbnails).


Check available memory as above. If your Mac is Power Mac 7500, 8500, 9500 and OS is system 7.5.2, you need a patch (serial DMA) or upgrade to the latest version of the OS. Also, we recommend you use the latest version of OS for all other Macs.

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Check available memory as above. If your Mac is Power Mac 7500, 8500, 9500 and OS is system 7.5.2, you need a patch (serial DMA) or upgrade to the latest version of the OS. Also, we recommend you use the latest version of OS for all other Macs.

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Check available memory as above. If your Mac is Power Mac 7500, 8500, 9500 and OS is system 7.5.2, you need a patch (serial DMA) or upgrade to the latest version of the OS. Also, we recommend you use the latest version of OS for all other Macs.

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Check available memory as above. If your Mac is Power Mac 7500, 8500, 9500 and OS is system 7.5.2, you need a patch (serial DMA) or upgrade to the latest version of the OS. Also, we recommend you use the latest version of OS for all other Macs.

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Check available memory as above. If your Mac is Power Mac 7500, 8500, 9500 and OS is system 7.5.2, you need a patch (serial DMA) or upgrade to the latest version of the OS. Also, we recommend you use the latest version of OS for all other Macs.

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