Posts Tagged ‘crash’

[Ableton] Repairing Defective ALS Files Manually

  What happened? many avoidable (stupid) situations arise from hectic rush: we for instance accidentally deleted an ableton set (.ALS file extension) from a local NAS server without going too deep into detail: since we don’t have a RAID based NAS we could recover (some parts of) the desired .als file by putting the NAS’ […]

[Muzaq] Bitwig Studio Beta: VST Crash Handler

Well, it’s been quite some time now, since Bitwig released a Beta version to selected testers. After Ableton showed us new features for their upcoming release of Ableton Live 9, now Bitwig shows us a new video of their latest development progress in handling VST-plugins. Now VST Support looks like having become fully integrated with […]

[Muzaq] Workaround for Audacity Crashing

Abstract At least on a Mac Audacity seems to have issues when it comes to using third party plugins (i.e. AU or VSTs). To pinpoint which type of plugin is responsible for poor Audacity to crash, you can do the following. I. Locate Audacity Config File On a Crapple Mac the audacity.cfg file should be […]

[iOS] Apps Crashing iOS 5.01

Abstract You’re running a jailbroken iOS 5.01 on an iPad 2 and you cannot use Firewall iP. Installing Firewall iP shows no indication of errors, but when you try to start it, it just splashes shortly and closes instantly. This behaviour is known to some more applications (like Safari or Mail). Workaround It looks like […]

[iOS] Finding Information About Crashed Apps

Crashes and system freezes have become an exception nowadays. However, they still do occur. Here we show you two ways of accessing detailed log information on your iOS devices. 1. Finding Logs inside of iOS This approach does not require a jailbreak. Inside the filesystem you may find logs here: Settings » General » About […]

[iPad] Fuel.TV Replacing Skateboard With iPad

Soon after they bought the iPad they found out it hasn’t got any usable interfaces, so it seems unusable as a notebook replacement, but it makes up as a skateboard replacement pretty well. See for yourself: Fuel.TV’s latest episode of Built To Shred. And hey: please don’t do that at home, this might void your […]

[MacOS] 10.6.2 Update Released – Intel Atoms Killed

Apple’s 10.6.2 update closes lots of security holes that could be used to compromise systems. Safari, iWork, iLife, Aperture, Final Cut Studio, and some other apps are rumored to be working more reliable after updating. Apple pwns back For OSX86 users on netbooks this update is far away from being recommended at the moment. The […]

[MacOS] Is EFI-X illegally using 3rd Party Program Code?

About a year ago a company called ASEM released a device called EFI-X. This device has been claimed to be capable of booting several Microsoft Windows versions and Mac OS X Leopard. Legal concerns From the beginning there were question regarding the legal status of the device. But ASEM claimed the device is legal, although […]

[MacOS] Solutions to Issues with Leopard Update 10.5.7

Applies to You are either running an a beautiful original Apple Mac or a Hackintosh (with hidden EFI partition) The following solution has been reported to work on both systems. Chances are good that the solution might be working for you aswell. Issues You have been using the auto update feature in Mac OS X […]

[MacOS] Solution to Microsoft Entourage 2008 Crashing

Abstract You are a heavy IMAP user with more than one IMAP account and with hundreds to thousands of mails in the incoming folder. After starting Entourage 2008 it tries to fetch the latest messages, but it just shows no reaction, but the spinning ball. Mac OS X’ activity monitor reports “no response”. Entourage has […]