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Quote: "How can I know which app or process is using it?" You can try nettop(1) in the Terminal. It is pre-installed, and refreshes every few seconds to provide a dashboard of all open network connections (by process) with their usage. Better than lsof since it shows the usage data too. $ nettop Then hit 'd' and look for odd-looking entries or ...


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I've had the same issue, when I had connectivity issues - you're right, it never does appear to resume. You can get the update file directly from http://ipswdownloader.com Get the latest version for your device. Launch iTunes. Plug the phone to your computer. Then, in iTunes, hold Opt [alt] when clicking the Check for Update button & a file-picker ...


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Same problem but with cyberduck, tested on multiple computers and to various ftp servers. For now I've resorted to the upload options in cpanel which works fine, but that is not a good solution.


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Macs are able to read NTFS file systems (the kind used by Windows) but are not able to write to them by default. You should be able to transfer the data over as you would normally. If you want both read and write access from both a windows and a mac machine, consider using a more advanced file system like ExFAT. If your current External Hard Drive is ...


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I've had this happen to me when the PDF itself was corrupt. Just plain "weird" behavior including what you've just described - the download beginning, nothing happening, the actual file eventually showing up and being unopenable. Some things to try, in no particular order: Check the file size - it's possible you really did download a 0 byte PDF. What ...


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Windows stores all of the users files in C:\Users (for windows Vista and up) or C:\Documents and Settings (for Windows XP). Inside that folder you'll see all of the user accounts for that Windows computer. Copy the user you want over to a flash drive or external hard drive then plug it into your laptop. On your Mac, use the Migration Assistant to finish ...


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See what you can access Here You may be in trouble if AT&T isn't automatically displaying them. I have in the past been saved by them, where it auto-populatd all my voicemails after upgrading my phone. However, I also know from personal experience that saved or deleted messages aren't retained after a threshold, but they are retained in your backup. ...



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