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    come look for me tomorrow and try out the macs at once la.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC
    come look for me tomorrow and try out the macs at once la.
    Hahaha.. I'll probably do that....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC
    come look for me tomorrow and try out the macs at once la.
    Macs got sale tml?

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    IT show 2005

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren
    Hmmm Apple Cinema Display ... nice ... but doesn't support dual-input which I need as I am still using my PC (for games )
    buy two sets lor..one for your mac mini, one for your PC
    We are HDD of PC & FT are MB add to storage;
    so PC never hangs with enormous storage capacity - LKY

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    droolz factors..... aiming for the 23" ACD

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    o, after figuring that out, and delving into the Advanced controls Networking pref pane and setting the MTU to 1492 (default was 1500), now browsing was much snappier.
    Can anyone tell me where to change this? I have just got a Powerbook but surfing seems slow. I am using SingNet 3k with a Linksys router/modem WAG54G

    Any help very much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phildate
    Can anyone tell me where to change this? I have just got a Powerbook but surfing seems slow. I am using SingNet 3k with a Linksys router/modem WAG54G

    Any help very much appreciated!
    1. Goto System Preferences > Network
    2. Select Built-in Ethernet and click Configure..
    3. Select the Ethernet tab, and then you will see the MTU settings which should be set at 1500 (Standard)
    4. Click Custom and then enter the value - in this case 1492

    If 1492 does not work for you, you can try lower settings.

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    Thanks, seems to do the trick. Haven't played with numbers - if anyone can give further advice on the definitived setting then please post - if not, will just stick with 1492, as suggested by Darren.

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