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Help required with "Monitors & Sound" C/P crash with 9.1
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Feb 11, 2001, 01:54 PM
 
Raaaight.

My setup:

G4 & Apple 15.1" Flat Screen
2 partitions: one with 8.6 and one with 9.1 (just installed from the *full* CD)

My problem:

Whenever I launch the "Monitors & Sound: Control Panel on the 9.1-partition, I get an Error Type 11 (miscellaneous hardware exception error).

I downloaded and installed "Apple Displays 1.7.1" for the
9.1-partition, and noticed just now that it installed the "Monitors & Sound" Control Panel v. 1.5 (created Oct. 29th '98), whilst on the

8.6-partition, I have a "Monitors" C/P (note different name), v. 8.5.1 (created Aug, 20th '99). I had not installed "Apple Displays" on that partition.

I would have thought that the Apple download would give me the more up-to-date version, but by the looks of it, not.

My question: what do I do now? Can anyone throw light on this?

What version "Monitors (& Sound)" does 9.1 actually install, and what is it called?

Thanks already.

N_D_Y

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Feb 13, 2001, 06:25 AM
 
under 9.1, there is a seperate monitors (v 8.6), and sound control panel (8.5.4)
     
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Feb 14, 2001, 10:39 AM
 
Thanks oscar.

I have now reinstalled those panels. Obviously, "Apple Displays" kicked them out. I am wondering then, what "Displays" is supposed to do?

N_D_Y

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