An engineer from Apple confirmed this and added: "Apple does know of the problem, and several people are toying with work-arounds."
"Apple does not have any plans to recall either the Power Macintosh 6500 or Performa 6400 series computers. As far as the Power Macintosh 6500 blurry issue is concerned, Apple is aware of the issue and is investigating possible resolutions.
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Chris Harmon (of Newer Technology Tech Support) replied to this and claimed that the problem is not specific to the Newer accelerator nor the 1400. Instead, it is simply a case of the more general shut down freezes that may occur on many Mac configurations (such as the RAM disk related one mentioned above).
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New news: However, another related problem is now reported on an Apple web page: "The Power Macintosh 5500/225, 6500/225 and 6500/250 computers include an L2 cache module which improves your overall system performance. Apple is investigating an issue with some L2 cache modules on the Power Macintosh 5500/225 6500/225 and 6500/250 … Read more
Who should install this fix: Customers with Power Macintosh 6100AV, 7100AV, or 8100AV computers, running U.S. English Mac OS 7.6.1, with an AppleVision display connected to the AV Display connector. It can be used with AppleVision software versions 1.0.2, 1.5.1, and 1.5.2, although upgrading … Read more
b. Finder Windows 1.2.2 fixes a few bugs in Finder Windows 1.2.1. It includes all the features of version 1.2.1, such as an optional menu icon, an optional startup icon, menu shortcut customization, and balloon help. It also alphabetizes the list of windows in the menu and reduces the size of the startup code by almost 20%.