"Apple has discovered an issue that can cause a system crash when running Mac OS 7.6 and applications using QuickTime. Although this issue can be encountered using any application which uses QuickTime, it will most likely be encountered when using high end video editing programs and large QuickTime files. Increasing the memory allocation for the application may help avoid this. This issue occurs only with Mac OS 7.6; it does not occur with System 7.5.5 or earlier versions of system software. Apple is working on a solution."
a. Kevin Adey reports "I get a system error, "Finder - Unimplemented trap," when I try to close the box where you add/remove applications." Bill Brown had essentially the same problem.
Update: Drag original files instead of aliases. This should avoid the system error - according to both Daryl Cornutt and Adam Martin.
b. Jake Plotkin found that it caused problems accessing servers through aliases listed in the Recent Servers folder. Jay Duff had a similar problem: "Once PPP menu was installed, I hard lock … Read more
Update: This policy shift probably does … Read more
MacAfee technical support responded: "Our development staff is looking into this issue with Now-Up-to-Date to resolve it. It will be addressed in our upcoming 2.1.0 release."
a. "Easy Install does not recognize existing version on a hard-drive partition. Insignia tech support says the work-around is to do a custom installation of SW95, SW95 HD Upgrade, and Hard Disk Expander files; then drag the existing C-drive to new SW95 icon to complete upgrade."
b. "SW95 is unable to access F' Drive CD-ROM (Panasonic KXL742 portable with FWB2.05t driver). Insignia tech support says they have received many calls, but their UK engineering group has not yet fixed the … Read more