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Forum roundup: something's eating RAM in 10.6.8
Friday, January 18, 2013 @ 1:40pm

Yesterday in the MacNN forums, one Fresh-Faced Recruit reported on what appeared to be unusual RAM usage while working with 10.6.8, click here to read more and join in. Earlier today, Professional Poster "shifuimam" was looking for a way to keep network drives connected after coming out of sleep mode. As of yet there is no response, read more here.



Moderator "ibook_steve" is looking for suggestions for wired FM modulators that can be used in a car with an iPod, click here to read more. Fresh-Faced Recruit "charnleyj" is having a system log leak that he can't figure out, so he turned to the forums for some help. In the thread titled "Source Clips Missing in iMovie," "TyPod" explains the situation, and would appreciate any help.

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