Thought about it but couldn't work out how to do it. I'm not very bright I'm afraid! Rossi On 14 Dec 2004, at 10:22, David Lambourn wrote: > Merion, > > There's much to be said for serendipity - particularly if you can > organize for it! > > I would have been interested to change the frequency of Airport as a > way of investigating the effect of the Emac - You didn't try that did > you? > > David. > > On 14 Dec 2004, at 9:05, meirion roscoe wrote: >> To make a bit of room to get at the gubbins in the cube once more, I >> had to take an E-mac off my desk that had been there for a couple of >> weeks while I sorted it out ready for my business. As soon as I moved >> it Voila - problem solved. The rear of the E-mac was pointing at and >> about 6 inches away from the cube. I'm thinking that maybe there was >> some unshielded Rf (CRT maybe_ emitting at a specific frequency and >> disturbing the network. The E-mac has no airport card, was not >> hard-wired to the network, no peripherals shared with the cube and the >> only cable out of it was the power cable to a shared socket with the >> cube. > > _______________________________________________ > Cube mailing list > Cube at listserver.themacintoshguy.com > http://listserver.themacintoshguy.com/mailman/listinfo/cube > > Please, if you use Windows, do not add my address to your Address Book. I do not wish to be spammed or have my email address hijacked by a virus and used for fraudulent purposes. Thank you. If you use a Mac, disregard. Mac's don't get viruses!