Category Archives: Assistance

Wayne’s looking for Memory

Dear EPICUG members,
I’m looking for memory for my mid-2010 iMac and I thought maybe somebody might have some sitting around collecting dust!
The type of memory I need is (2) 4.0GB 1333MHz DDR3 SO-DIMM PC10600 204 Pin.  My Computer is 3.06GHz, should that matter.
Let me know if you can help!
Thanks,
Wayne Chinn

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EPICUG Meeting

[ August 29, 2013; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] Happy End-of-Summer! After the hot-weather hiatus, EPICUG will resume meetings starting this Thursday, August 29, and following with one meeting in September (26th) and then picking up a more frequent schedule in October. This month will be a bring-your-own-topic meeting. We’ll briefly discuss upcoming programs, give a status report on iSenior, and then the floor [...]

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iSenior

Hello EPICUG Club Members – Happy Independence Day!
In May and June, EPICUG conducted an educational program at the Senior Center that Lee Lasson coined as iSenior. The 2-hour program is targeted toward senior citizens and the content is a basic introduction to the Apple iPad. Joe Calvin helped Lee with the presentation, and Christy Crosser [...]

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Active-X Conversion Tool?

Anyone know of an inexpensive (or free) tool to convert from Defective-X (ActiveX from Microsoft) to something a bit friendlier/more generic (Java comes to mind).
I have already attempted to use Wine, but the complexity of this ActiveX application goes beyond what Wine is capable of doing.
Ideally I’d like to make this a browser app, but [...]

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What is Community Brain?

The Community Brain is your place to get help with all your computer and internet questions.  Use crowd sourcing to get results.  Send your question to our web master and we’ll get it out to the club.  Chances are someone can help.

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