Replace Display Enabler Replacing the Display Enabler that came with Apple Displays 1.6 with the Display Enabler that came with version 1.5.5 will likely fix the Open-Transport-related problems. (Thanks especially to Bill Morgan and Nicholas Young.)
Delete Display Library Deleting the Display Library file will likely fix the ColorSync-related problems.
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PublicSpace 1.5 initial upload was corrupt "Frank Reiff shareware is sorry to report that yesterday's launch of version 1.5 of PublicSpace was marred by a corrupted archive. The archive was corrupted during the upload of the revised … Read more
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AppleShare IP 6.0 beta seed is available for testing.
Clean-Install Assistant 1.0 is out (the previous version was a beta release). The utility makes it easier to migrate third-party and personal items to a new Clean-Installed System Folder, and it may also be used toSave space and backup your valuable additions and preference files only, instead of the whole System Folder! Install the same set of additions on multiple Macs. Remove extra files and folders from your System Folder to restore it to a previous state: … Read more
Virtual PC 2.0.1 also includes a new CDROM.SYS and SYSINI.EXE. The CDROM driver fixes a problem which prevented Mortal Kombat III and other games from installing properly. SYSINI.EXE now automatically removes duplicate FSHARE32.VXD entries in the Windows 95 SYSTEM.INI file.
From the press release: "New features include automatic virus definition updates through LiveUpdate and seamless file repair through Auto Repair. Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh also incorporates Symantec's exclusive Bloodhound-Macro heuristic technology for detection and repair of new and unknown macro viruses, and expands the SafeZone beyond the desktop to the entire drive. In addition, like Norton Utilities for the Macintosh, Norton AntiVirus for the Macintosh now also features a bootable CD in … Read more
"After getting a look at some of the drives affected by the bug mentioned by your readers, here's what we found: Files that would contain a null character within the file name could cause the catalog sort routine to incorrectly sort the rebuilt catalog list. This would result in the catalog being rebuilt "off a notch." While all the files would still be physically intact, the Finder could not interpret the catalog … Read more