I really enjoy your podcast, i discover it a year ago and i never miss a episode.
You have a watcher in the old continent, Timisoara, Romania ;)
Now to my problem:
Am a recent switcher and i’m having a problem with my iMac vs MacBooks. (or at least i think i do)
Am running Snow Leopard on both the machines, and for 2 day am keep getting this error when i start my mac:
“The server “xxxxx” may not exist or it is unavailable at this time. Check the server name or IP address, check your network connection, and then try again.”
The picture with the error is here (is the screen from my iMac related to my laptop):
What details should i give you ?
The iMac is connected to Asus router from which i give internet to my MacBook.
If the laptop is open and am restarting the error doesn’t appear, it appears only
when the laptop is close or put to sleep.
I did a permission check, clean my mac, look to my login startup, nothing help.
I also did a research and ask other apples forums (apple.com/forum) but the problem is still here.
Some solution where the one that i mention before. I have receive an opinion that i set the driver to auto connect to a specific device – i don’t remember this, maybe if i accidentally gave a shortcut command (maybe when i was working in photoshop..?)
So this is in short with what am confronting right now.
Do you need more infos to tell me how in the world to fix this and not try to reinstall snow leopard again ?
— Rus Adrian Ewald