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Go to the location, right click and select Get Info, then uncheck "Locked"


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After trying all sorts of things with Keychain and other devices I finally figured out what is causing this. The offending 'account' was in the SMTP list. You can find this by going to 'Preferences' in the Mail app, select the 'Accounts' tab, click on the dropdown for 'Outgoing Mail Server' and there you can 'Edit SMTP Server list'.


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I just discovered that a nested tell will stop the errors, ie tell application "System Events" set activeApp to short name of first process whose frontmost is true tell application activeApp repeat 5 times display dialog "Hello world" giving up after 2 delay 2 end repeat end tell end tell Still don't ...


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-62 Watchdog timer detected unresponsive application, restarting the system. Troubleshoot for stuck application, startup item and any loading preferences. Source: Shutdown Causes


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The first rule of computer troubleshooting: "isolate and identify." Which basically means undo any changes you made recently. If you plugged a new mouse in, remove it. If you installed a new app, remove it, etc. In your case I would remove the drive in the optical bay and put the Apple optical drive back in and see if the issue repeats. User "n1000" hints ...


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It seems it can be done partially. Basically the problem was that KeepAlive in combination with SuccessfulExit implied a RunAtLoad (the program was launched right at the start and not at the specified StartCalendarIntervall.) Setting the additional parameter AfterInitialDemand (which is undocumented) will change this behaviour and the program is first ...


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Try this in Terminal defaults write com.apple.Safari DebugConfirmTossingUnsubmittedFormText -integer -1 Which seems slightly odd, as the opposite is -bool false but that's what "Secrets" shows for the 2 alternatives. http://secrets.blacktree.com/edit?id=2467 ought to be the page with the defaults data for that, but the entire site is coming up 404 today.


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There is no clear and definitive answer for iPhoto supported video formats. iPhoto will import most .mov or other QuickTime files. It also supports some versions of AVCHD.But there is no clue Apple device can accept avi as import video type. You need save that avi video file to Apple accepted mov, mp4 or m4v video first.


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I noticed that whenI added "hola better internet" in my google chrome and enabled the extension it started the problem after sometimes. Then I again disabled the extension and I saw that problem is not occurring anymore


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What worked for me was to go to Store>Sign Out Once I was signed out, I was able to sign back in and purchase/install apps correctly. Not sure why this happened, but it fixed it for me.


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Got it: another user account from the same Mac had a file open on that DVD.


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I found a solution: You need to download the ACS ACR122U Drivers for Mac OS X 10.x. Here the download page and the direct link for PC/SC Driver Installer 1.1.0 (Mac 10.5, Mac 10.6, Mac 10.7, Mac 10.8, Mac 10.9, Mac 10.10) (2014-09-17 306KB). You have to install it even if the installer is not properly signed. It will install the useful driver in: ...



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