Cai dat may in tren Macbook (Leopard)

March 7, 2008 at 12:05 pm (laptop, Mac) ()

Han cung co rat nhieu ban roi vao tinh trang nhu minh, khi su dung Mac trong mot mang Lan va muon print qua mot Printer cam truc tiep vao mot may windows. Cuoi cung thi minh da tim duoc cach de Print tu may Mac cua minh.

  1. Download va cai cac phan mem sau:
    • ESP Ghostscript
    • Foomatic RIP
    • HPIJS
  2. Cai dat may in nhu binh thuong. Khi add may in hay chon Windows nhe!

Chuc cac ban thanh cong !!!

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Mac OS X

March 5, 2008 at 10:44 am (computer, laptop, Mac) (, )

Now in its fifth major release (version 10.5), Mac OS X has been called many things, from revolutionary to evolutionary to being so innovative that it threatened the very existence of the Mac as we had come to know and love it. And all of those descriptions were appropriate. The first release of Mac OS X was a giant leap forward for the Mac platform. Its innovations in basic architecture, the way it works, and even its user interface made Mac OS X the mostsignificant event for Mac users since the first Mac was introduced back in the Jurassic period, circa 1984. Mac OS X was more stable, more powerful, and even more beautiful than any previous version. However, the first version of Mac OS X had some rough spots, not surprising at all because it was the first release of a brand-new OS (despite the version number implying it was the successor to Mac OS 9).

About a year later, version 10.2 was released. This release smoothed many of the rough edges left over from version 10.1 and added many new features. Due to some fundamental improvements in the core operating system, version 10.2 caused some ripples in the Mac universe because many applications had to be updated to run under that version. Version 10.3 began to show the maturity of Mac OS X’s more than two years of life. Version 10.3 continued the process of refining the OS along with adding some excellent new features, such as a totally redesigned Finder, Expose, improved applications, and so on. It also continued to improve the stability and performance of the OS. Much of the foundation work for the OS was accomplished by the previous two releases; version 10.3 was less disruptive than the previous releases while continuing to make major improvements in functionality, reliability, and performance. Read the rest of this entry »

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Apple MacBook

March 5, 2008 at 10:38 am (laptop, Mac) (, )

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How to install Sony PaSoRi [FeliCa card R/W] driver in Windows Vista

December 27, 2007 at 3:52 pm (computer, laptop, misc, technology) (, , , )

PaSoRi (modal RC-S320/S and RC-S310) is an external USB FeliCa smartcard reader and writer. FeliCa (Felicity Card) contactless RFID IC chip smart card system by Sony which used primarily as electronic money cards. Example of FeliCa card usage includes transit tickets such as Octopus Card in Hong Kong, ez-link Card in Singapore, TRAVEL Card in India, Shenzhen Tong TransCard in China, Metro Card in Thailand and all major transportation networks in Japan such as Suica, PASMO, NicoPa, TOICA, Kitaca, ICOCA and PiTaPa.

Lately the FeliCa IC has also been embedded and integrated with mobile phone to become wallet phones, such as “Osaifu-Keitai” and marketed by NTT DoCoMo, KDDI and Softbank Mobile in Japan and NFC (Near Field Communication) phone trial currently running in Singapore by StarHub and ez-link Online. FeliCa is also been used as ID card, membership card, e-ticket for season ticketing, boarding pass for ANA Airlines’ SKiP Service and JAL’s IC Check-in Service, multi functions card which combines ATM, credit and debit facilities such as Japan Post Bank Yucho IC Cash Card and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Super IC Card, e-Money or electronic pulse to pay for purchases online or offline, and security access control.

To use FeliCa-based card to do transaction such as shopping and downloading pay-to-view games and other contents using “Edy” service in Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3), and make payment online, a PaSoRi reader/writer plugged into USB port of computer, or a PC and laptop/notebook with embedded FeliCa port is required. With PaSoRi users able to access on services such as checking card money value, obtaining transactions history statements, or conduct top-ups online via Internet, or simply read the card data offline in supported viewer.

However, the driver for PaSoRi only supports Windows 98, 98 Second Edition (SE), Millennium Edition (ME), 2000, XP Home and XP Professional. PaSoRi driver that comes with CD or downloads from Sony does not support Windows Vista. If you attempt to run the setup installer to install the driver for the card reader, the following critical error message will appear.

Here’s an easy workaround to install the USB driver for PaSori in Windows Vista.

  1. If you do not have the Sony PaSoRi driver CD or files, download the latest PaSoRi driver ( from Sony website.
  2. Unzip the zip package if you download the PaSoRi driver, and then browse to the extracted folder to locate setup.exe. Else if you’re using a driver CD, locate the setup.exe on the CD.
  3. Right click on the setup.exe, and select Properties on the right click contextual menu.
  4. Click on Compatibility tab.
  5. Under the “Compatibility Mode” section, tick the check box for Run this program in compatibility mode for option.
  6. In the drop down list, select Windows XP (Service Pack 2).
  7. Click OK to exit from Properties window.
  8. Run the setup.exe again to install PaSoRi driver in Windows Vista. The setup allows you to continue to install the driver this time.
  9. Insert and plug in the PaSoRi into computer’s USB port.

(Copied from My Digital Life)

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