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No problem.

Here is what you need to know:

The regional code for the US is (1).
You can change your DVD Region code up to 5 times on your Mac.

Review the information on DVD Regional codes via this Apple Support link to change the region code:
DVD Region Codes - DVD Player

Let me know if this Apple data helps!

Regards,

-Mactechtrainer

Apple 24" iMac... | Answered on Dec 06, 2019


Sorry you are having this problem,
Sounds to me like your eMail client configuration is incorrect...
Is this a new problem where you were able to send an receive mail no problem before and now this ?
I suspect it is a new set-up.
It looks like you entered your eMail address where the software was asking for the address of the SMTP mail server...
Port 465 is for a secure SMTP Server.
Normally, the SMTP server port is 25 or 26. Have you modified your eMail settings lately ? Or maybe it works well from home but not when you are on another network....
Bigpond has implemented some security on their network, see here:
http://bigpond.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/bigpond.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=5562
So, when you are connected to the bigpond network, you must use their SMTP server:
mail.bigpond.com
Otherwise, it will reject the connection.
When you are away from the bigpond network, you might have to ask your host or whoever, who provides the highspeed internet access ? and then google for their smtp server,
ex: securenet.net smtp server earthlink smtp server

you will quickly and easily find this server and all you have to do is enter it temporarily into your SMTP server field in your eMail client settings making sure to set it back to bigpond once you are back home..
THis should get you back on your way again.

Apple iMac G4... | Answered on Nov 07, 2019


1. in imac u first pull out the display
2. then remove the motherboard in the backside of the motherboard u see cmos battery remove the battery , replace new one

Apple iMac... | Answered on Sep 04, 2019


You do not need to setup AirDrop as such. Just turn on the wifi and on the Finder sidebar go to AirDrop.

Apple iMac... | Answered on Aug 23, 2019


HI Jennie
If your using a recent Mac with say Maverics OSX then it may be in an off screen window.
Try these Keys
Ctrl & Page up (Arrow Key).... then Choose Movie Window
Ctrl & Page down (Arrow Key)....
The Settings for this are kept in Settings / Mission Control

I think this will allow you to see the offscreen alternate windows.

Netflix is an on line Internet player from a Paid service.

I don't use the same method or app as you so I'm not sure this will work. I use an Application to play movies from my external hard drive and I get the same off screen window that you seem to be describing.

Good Luck
Trevor

Other Notes:
I use VLC to play all my movies of my hard drive (a free download & it plays every codec type avi, mp4 etc) I keep the Icon for VLC in my bottom dock.
When I double click the VLC icon in the dock the window switches to the current movie playing,
If your using a different movie player program then just double click it's icon in the bottom dock. (e.g. Quicktime Player)

If you do switch to VLC then use the Cmd I (Info) on each type of movie (e.g. .mp4) In the Cmd I , Menu , choose "Open With" and select VLC as the preferred player (after you have installed VLC of course) then click the "Change All" button.
From then on all MP4's movie types will be played by VLC.

Apple 24" iMac... | Answered on Aug 09, 2019


Usually this is caused by a USB printer unnecessarily clamoring for attention.
Disconnect ALL your USB devices and the problem ought to go away. Then connect them one by one to find out which the culprit is.
To zap PRAM, shut down the Mac, then push the start button and immediately hold down Command-Option-P-R until you hear the chimes pass by three times. But I don't think this will affect your problem.

Apple iMac G5... | Answered on May 08, 2019


That is a rather general error from an internet server. They usually occur when you are visiting a web page that can't be displayed properly due to errors in the code, in this case, they were trying to display HTML code from their system directly in your email. If it came in a spam email, you don't need to worry about it.
If it came from a company or person that you needed to see what they were sending you, contact them and tell them you got a 500 server error, and forward them the email so they can figure it out. It will have to be fixed on their end

Apple iMac G5... | Answered on May 08, 2019


change the stand-by settings!

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/jason_5e1ab55420a90d8c

Apple iMac G5... | Answered on May 06, 2019


Hi, I have a suggestion for you just visit on this link and find apple customer service phone number and ask your problem about your Apple device may be this link is helpful for you please visit on this link https://bit.ly/2P5lXNm

Apple iMac Z0CY... | Answered on Apr 30, 2019


An Apple ID is your username for everything you do with Apple. read this tutorial for what you can do to get your Apple Id again http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5625 and if need any technical guidance during this follow Apple ID Support .

Apple 24" iMac... | Answered on Apr 19, 2019


Hi,
If you are sent bulk mail then you are not used public email server. Because public email sent normal 10-50 max email one day. If you are bulk mail sent then you are purchase extra space or server. If you are want yahoo through sent email then contact yahoo and ask i want to sent bulk mail so yahoo available space or service and also yahoo charge taken.

Thanks,
MacHealthCheck

Apple iMac... | Answered on Jan 25, 2019


Please select a different keyboard layout
Click the Apple icon from your menu bar, select System Preferences, and then follow these steps.
1) Click Keyboard.
2) Make sure you're on the Input Sources tab.
3) Click the plus sign button on the bottom left.
In the pop-up window, you'll see a list of languages on the left and options for them on the right. You'll also see a preview of the keyboard layout.Select the language you want and then pick the option on the right. For example, French > ABC - AZERTY or English > Dvorak.
5) Click Add.

Apple iMac... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019


Hello,

For removing the guest account
Click on Apple menu on the desktop and select system preferences then click the user & Users icon in the system action.
Click the bottom right corner and then enter you account and password as prompted.
This unlock the setting allow to make a changes.

Apple iMac... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019


Send it as an email to yourself

Apple iMac... | Answered on Dec 18, 2018


If your Imac is in Warranty period than don't go for these process. Call your near by Apple support any demand for service http://www.apple.com/imac/ . but if you are out of warranty than
Try to Eject it from Desktop Disk Drive or Restart your Imac and try to eject. if still not help than follow Mac Support .

Apple iMac... | Answered on Nov 26, 2018


If it only boots to a blue screen, try booting up in Safe Boot mode:

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1455

If this does not work, boot from your install DVD and use Disk Utility to repair the disk:

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2956

If this does not resolve the issue you may need to use your isntall disc to perform an Archive and Install:

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1710

Apple iMac G4... | Answered on Nov 21, 2018


hi,

posible theres a problem on ODD lense, you try to clean the lense or replace new odd

thank you

Apple iMac... | Answered on Oct 04, 2018

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