Main  
Main Articles
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way, and How To Answer Questions in a Helpful Way
Excerpted and partially-repurposed from http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html . Before You Ask Before asking a question by email, or on a website Forum...
Last Modified: 2005-01-02 Number of views: 3
Read Me: Sharing knowledge, building a community
This is a living KnowlegeBase... it grows, it breathes, it changes with the times. And like other living things, it needs a little love and attention in order to prosper...
Last Modified: 2004-11-05 Number of views: 2
Why should I read the FAQ?
As of July 7, 2006 this FAQ is undergoing a major overhaul. Please pardon the cosmetic weirdness and functionality flaws while we work hard to serve you better!
Last Modified: 2003-10-02 Number of views: 3



Most Viewed Articles
Sonnet Processor Upgrades (manuals attached)
There is n error in the original "Cube Installation Kit Manual" that comes with the Encore ST4, which may not be corrected in the manuals below: Regarding...
DVD Recordable FAQ
Visit Eug's DVD Recordable FAQ if you are as confused by all the different recordable DVD formats as I am! AnandTech:  What's the difference between the various DVD...
ATI Radeon 7000 AGP: It is possible, with some effort
mcCoy contributed the following: why would someone like to have the Radeon 7000 in a cube, you might ask. well, it is the only card that runs *COOL* AND supports...
Where is the manual eject button on the stock optical drive?
Holding down the mouse button or eject key on your Apple Pro keyboard during the startup process will also force-eject most stuck discs, so try that method before resulting...
How-to: Add 2 internal USB ports by removing your modem
Click here to view this topic in its original format CubeOwner Forums _ USB, Firewire and Audio _ 2 MORE USB PORTS Posted by: MAC USER Jul 10 2006,...
Bad RAM is bad news
The importance of removing "bad" RAM from your Mac Friday, August 01 2003 @ 07:25 AM PDT...
CUDA Switch - where is it? What is it?
What is a CUDA switch? CUDA is officially called the CUDA Microcontroller Chip, which handles powering on and off functions, system resets, parameter RAM, ADB, USB,...
Giga Designs Processor Upgrades (manuals attached)
February 10, 2005: 1.8GHz processor upgrades for G4 Power Macs® based on Freescale's™ 7447A Processor. This release includes a Dual 1.6GHz upgrade and VRM for the Cube....
Cube Power Problems: Random Sleep, Shut Downs, Restarts and Power On issues
The Cube has some very well known power issues with several possible causes and fairly simple fixes in some cases. A large number of people who...
Naked Cube
The Naked Cube - by Gnarlodious (mirrored here: http://www.cubeowner.com/nakedcube/ )
Most Recent Articles