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I have the appropriate Ttbolt 2 cable and a Tbolt 3 to Ttbolt 2 converter. The iMac disks show up on the mini, but the F2 switch does nothing.
Ja, it's 1/4 M.O.A, so at 25 yards/meter it'll be ca 3 inches. You may have gone in the wrong direction. That is, if it was 3' high, and you went another 3 higher then you'd be at the top of the paper. Probably you've got it figured out by now.
The easiest, fastest, cheapest way to zero is with a rifle rest you can clamp your scope into, or alternatively somehow immobilize your rifle some other way. You take a shot, at 25 yards or so. It makes a hole. You now immobilize the rifle, via your rest or heavy sandbags, with the scope pointing exactly where you aimed before. You now, carefully and without moving the rifle/scope off of the point of aim, dial your reticle to point at the actual bullet hole. Your next shot will be at your point of aim now. So you just put it at the right height above your point of aim at 100 yards now.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
You are going to need a system install disk for this machine if you want to reinstall it. However, if you just want to run diagnostics, any system install disk for MacOSX should do the trick. You just won't be able to run the installer once you boot from the DVD. The first thing I would do is make sure the eBay seller sold this to you in this condition and without the install disc, because if not, you've got an issue with them.
If you don't have an install disc, your cheapest solution is to call Apple and order a replacement disc for your model computer. You will need your serial number, which you can find on the sticker on your computer. Good luck, and let me know if you need more guidance with this.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
his step-by-step guide describers how to obtain and install ViewSonic VA720 drivers for Mac.
1. Define your ViewSonic Monitor device model.
2. Define your operating system to install your ViewSonic Monitor device. Note: Update Drivers in Mac
3. Browse Monitor Drivers.
4. Find ViewSonic Monitor Drivers.
5. Select ViewSonic VA720.
6. Download ViewSonic VA720. Note: you can update all Drivers automatically with RadarSync (Freeware) or Driver Detective (Shareware).
7. Install ViewSonic VA720.
8. Restart or reboot your computer to finish your driver installation. Note: you can backup your computer drivers before updating.
Posted on May 03, 2009
Try disconnecting all of your speakers, and then turn on you unit. If you have a defective speaker, or a short in your wires, your unit will go into protect mode. If your unit seems ok with the speakers disconnected, then turn unit off, hook up one of the speaker leads and try it. This way you can isolate the problem.......
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
So if it's miniDV and you have a firewire cable, it should work. Have you followed this sequence:
If your battery is sufficiently charged to run the cam for an hour's worth of tape, fine, otherwise connect cam to AC power. With cam OFF, connect Firewire cable to Mac and cam. Open iMovie, name your project and create so that the viewer screen comes up. Turn on the cam. At this point, your Mac should, within moments, say "camera connected". Cam needs to be set on "playback" mode for capture. Then click "import" button and your Mac will control the cam.
If you still get a "no camera connected" you have to consider the possibility that either the firewire cable is bad or the firewire port on cam or Mac is bad. If you have more than one firewire port on your Mac, try switching. An Apple store should be able to help you determine if you have a bad cable or cam port, if you take both in to try on their Mac. Hope this gets you on track.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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