Jun 15th 2010 9:18PM @malibu1234 that's funny. i won my mac mini last year. i bought the mac for the hardware though, not the software. i wanted something small in form factor with a core i7 so i could write software on it. if there had been a better piece of hardware available that fit those needs, i would've bought that instead.
i have 5 windows 7 machines in my house (this MBP included) and 2 macs. I'll complain all I want ;)
Jun 15th 2010 8:44PM installed on my MBP 17" core i7 and it was about 650 meg... it went to install, logged everything out, and went to the blue loading screen and just sat there for about 15 minutes with the spinning loading icon on the screen.
I turned it off and back on and all appears fine, os updated and all, but somehow i don't think it was supposed to do that.
Sep 14th 2009 5:16PM instant cast heals, infinite mana, infinite mobility, roots/cc, and excellent mitigation.
Feb 18th 2009 1:47PM Use the John Stewart approach to solving the economic issues: Bail out the consumers with the stipulation that they can only use bail out money to pay off debts. They'll pay off their debts which immediately puts money back into the banks and removes some of the economic stress from the consumers.
Aug 4th 2008 7:44PM The only things that belong on the walls, Samsung LCD televisions...
Aug 12th 2007 6:02PM This scene: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIXsuGgRj6I
Jul 21st 2007 1:02PM looks more like a weight compartment similar to the G5.
Jun 14th 2007 8:48AM The previous models have a USB jack as well. The whole LNT series (4061, 4661, 4665, 5265) all have USB jacks. They're actually used for reprogramming the firmware on the mainboards. According to the guys at Avsforum who have had problems, Samsung will actually mail out a USB drive with new versions of the firmware on it to reflash the boards.
I personally have a 5265 and have not had any problems with it, but others have.
As far as playing slideshows with the USB port.. i haven't tried, nor read my manual to find out.. but it's possible.
Nov 29th 2006 8:49AM Still waiting on the PPC 6800...
The blackjack is a nice phone. One of the guys at work already has one. The buttons on the keyboard really suck though. They're too narrow. I like the Q's angled buttons better but the BJ is a much better phone over all.