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You could also try this command in terminal to get more hardware info on your USB devices system_profiler SPUSBDataType


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You must try to use low level format, this software run on windows... After the format, it ask choose MBR or GUID... You must select GUID, and install again OS X.


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This is probably sorted out by now, but for future readers: do shell script "rm /private/var/folders/" error that says: error "rm: /private/var/folders/ : is a directory" You need rm -r to remove a directory and it's contents. However, I would suggest that if you don't already know that detail, then perhaps destructive shell commands are not for ...


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It's a simple way. You can use the getconf DARWIN_USER_CACHE_DIR command to get the per-user temporary files and caches directory. and remove it. edit the '/etc/profile' file, add the following codes in it(not test yet): userTempDir=`/usr/bin/getconf DARWIN_USER_CACHE_DIR` rm -fr $userTempDir*


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tell application "Finder" repeat with thisFolder in (items of (get selection)) repeat with thisItem in (get items of thisFolder) move thisItem to (POSIX file "/Users/Jordan/Desktop/0/") end repeat end repeat end tell


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This might be a bit of a sledgehammer approach by Applescript compared to Automator's 'move' command, but as that's how the OP approaches it... To do it as an Automator Service, so it's easy to hotkey it… 'Service receives selected 'files or folders' in 'Finder''. on run {input, parameters} tell application "Finder" set selected_items to ...


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Actually I would use Automator. Set up a service and call it what you like. Under the "Actions" tab select "Files & Folders". Then double-click/select "Move Finder Items". Then select the location you want said items to move to. Save it and then you can add it to the custom keyboard shortcuts. To do this go to "System Preferences" and under ...



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