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Re: Cross on my Macbook: unstable

Postby community@MixVibes on 17 Aug 2011, 09:46

Ok, let us know if the new battery will help you out!
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Re: Cross on my Macbook: unstable

Postby Blackbrook on 17 Aug 2011, 09:52

Unfortunately it does not. I will sell it as soon as I logout. Sad but true.

No one can ever tell me again that Mac rules the world of djing. They have exactly the same issues thatn windows machines have. My decision is clear: windows all the way!

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Re: Cross on my Macbook: unstable

Postby Support@MixVibes on 22 Aug 2011, 10:15

Sorry wasn't there...
Try to de-activate all wireless (bluetooth, wifi) and look into your application/utility/console, what the post boot log looks like.
Are you in 32 or 64bits mode ?
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Re: Cross on my Macbook: unstable

Postby Blackbrook on 22 Aug 2011, 10:29

Support@MixVibes wrote:Sorry wasn't there...


Don't worry!

Support@MixVibes wrote:Try to de-activate all wireless (bluetooth, wifi)


Done that without a result :-(

Support@MixVibes wrote:and look into your application/utility/console, what the post boot log looks like.


Did not do that. What is it good for?

Support@MixVibes wrote:Are you in 32 or 64bits mode ?


64 Bits
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Re: Cross on my Macbook: unstable

Postby Support@MixVibes on 22 Aug 2011, 15:31

Blackbrook wrote:
Support@MixVibes wrote:and look into your application/utility/console, what the post boot log looks like.


Did not do that. What is it good for?

See how it is running (no errors ?)

Support@MixVibes wrote:Are you in 32 or 64bits mode ?


64 Bits

Try into 32bits mode to see, even if my iMac is running 64bits.
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Re: Cross on my Macbook: unstable

Postby Blackbrook on 22 Aug 2011, 19:33

Support@MixVibes wrote:
Blackbrook wrote:
Support@MixVibes wrote:and look into your application/utility/console, what the post boot log looks like.


Did not do that. What is it good for?

See how it is running (no errors ?)


There is just something in about the login manager (no error) and something about the printing server (cups). Nothing is specified as error.

Support@MixVibes wrote:
Blackbrook wrote:
Support@MixVibes wrote:Are you in 32 or 64bits mode ?


64 Bits

Try into 32bits mode to see, even if my iMac is running 64bits.


I was wrong! I did not check it and trusted the informations on the page. "uname -a" returns i386, there is definitely a 32 Bit CPU implemented.

Any further hints? Thanks!

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Re: Cross on my Macbook: unstable

Postby Support@MixVibes on 25 Aug 2011, 10:29

No I don't see why it wouldn't work, everything seems ok on the OS side, may be a hardware failure then, but I don't know how you could check.
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Re: Cross on my Macbook: unstable

Postby Blackbrook on 25 Aug 2011, 10:34

Support@MixVibes wrote:No I don't see why it wouldn't work, everything seems ok on the OS side, may be a hardware failure then, but I don't know how you could check.


Exactly that is the point. From the software side I do not see any chance to tweak or something that stops Cross from running flawlessly. Maybe it is hardware related but what could it be? The harddisk analysis says that it is working without erros, the RAM works fine and the CPU too, except the CPU is at this high level when Cross is working.

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