Printing a document is usually one of the easiest things you can do on a Mac...that is, unless your printer refuses to print. In the first part of this three-part troubleshooting series, Ted Landau shows you what steps to start with.
While searching through Apple's support site, Ted Landau comes across an odd error message that may be related to the recent Safari 4.0.2 update.
Ted Landua has noticed an iPhone 3.0 bug where Spotlight searches turn up long-deleted e-mails. Here are the details.
Ted Landau revisits recent Bugs & Fixes columns to see if there are updates for troubles involving the Apple TV and iPhone.
The Internet is buzzing about reports of iPhone 3GS models over-heating. But before you assume you need a replacement iPhone or that Apple needs to issue a recall, Ted Landau suggests that you cool down.
Ted Landau noticed his new iPhone 3GS seemed to spend more time connected to the EDGE network than did his old iPhone 3G. So he did a little digging to find out why.
Has iTunes started unexpectedly copying several hundred files to your Apple TV when you try syncing your set-top box? It's happened to Ted Landau, so he does some digging to find out the cause.
Ted Landau looks at solutions to a pair of potential problems Apple has identified with the iLife suite.
Ted Landau looks at a trio of problems you might have run into if you use the popular microblogging service Twitter.
Making a clone backup of your startup drive is a good ideal, but it can lead to hassles if some software on your drive is unable to figure out that the startup drive and its clone are two different volumes. Ted Landau works his way through one such hassle.
Apple's Genius Bar is a great place to get free help when your Mac is on the blink. But what if you don't have an Apple Store in your town or you're just not ready to hop in the car? Ted Landau examines the many other options available to Mac users with computer problems.
Prepare in advance for a trip to Apple's Genius Bar and you’ll likely go home smiling -- with a Mac that’s working again.
Ted Landau uses Leopard's improved crash message, the Console utility, and a little bit of luck to find out what was causing some software on his Mac to crash.
When the quick fixes have bombed and the Web holds no answers, it's time to take your troubleshooting to the next level. Ted Landau shows you how to figure out where your Mac's problem lies and whether or not you have a good chance to resolve it.
When you need to dig deeper to find the source of a stubborn Mac problem, Apple's numerous troubleshooting utilities can help. Here are Ted Landau's favorites.