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There is no Apple supported programming interface to simulate the lid being closed. You can put your Mac to sleep using this command line: osascript -e 'tell application "System Events" to sleep'
You won't need that, you can delete your Ubuntu partition and expand the current OSX one. Using Disk Utility : Choose your hard drive Under the Partition tab Delete your ubuntu partition and expand the OS partition.
I had the same issue. Whenever I opened the storyboard after the inconsistencies message was displayed, Xcode would consume 60%+ CPU and essentially make it unusable. I (very slowly) found which images were being reported as problems, then deleted them through finder and restarted Xcode. You may also need to remove any references to these images in the ...
Any system can contain embedded an hardware keylogger or trapdoor. Most of them do contain the last one. But a keylogger isn't as easy a task to integrate in a completly undetectable way. A keylogger will have to log. Here is the weak point where you will be able to detect it. Whichever is the way to log a keylogger will use, you will see something grow ...
they would need to have some memory to store the keylogged data.. this is extremely unlikely.. but i guess there is no way to be 100% sure if you are 100% paranoid. I wouldn't let it bother you though. cheers Paul
Use Blank Board Serializer See http://rogersm.net/icloud-problems-mountain-lion-serial-number for a solution. Be sure to follow the instructions faithfully.
Although that enclosure accepts 12.5mm drives, those WD Passports have the USB connector built into the drive. They don't have a standard SATA connector and therefore cannot be used in that enclosure.
I've got a Drobo 5D connected to my iMac via Thunderbolt. I'm running 10.7.5 I'd like to have the Drobo load as an internal to bypass silly cloud storage restrictions with my current provider. I looked at the HighPointIOP.kext and HighPointRR.kext files and didn't see any references to External or Internal. I should note that they were located in ...
I was running 10.8.5 when I encountered the problem I described above - drive not recognised but Disk Utility did offer to format it. However the normal format options were not available with "Logical Volume Group" being the only option. I did not have a boot volume pre 10.8.4 but did have a Snow Leopard boot volume. When I restarted my Mac Pro with this ...
I recently installed a 3 TB drive in a drive bay of my 2008 Mac Pro. When I rebooted it was not recognised and required formatting. However Disk Utility formatted it as a “Logical Volume Group”. I could not set the partition and GUID option and it was not showing the full capacity of the drive. I Googled the issue and found that 10.8.4 and 10.8.5 have a bug ...
MacRumors Buyer's Guide seems to provide the best predictions for updates. They use the average timescale for updates to provide a guess as to whether an update will come soon. They also include prominent rumours towards updates.
Connect the external drive or device to the Mac Reboot the Mac and after the startup chime hold down the OPTION key during boot until you see the boot selection menu Click the external volume to boot from it After this steps, you will find that external drives typically are shown with an orange icon, with their interface printed on the icon itself. ...
Enable AssistiveTouch: Tap Settings, General, Accessibility, AssistiveTouch (near the bottom) and tap AssistiveTouch to ON. You will now notice a small dark square with a circle in the middle (you can move this square anywhere). Tap the dark circle to open the AssistiveTouch menu, then tap Device and tap and hold the Lock Screen icon. This will bring up ...
You've done all that I usually do to troubleshoot this in that you already know to use System Profiler to check the SATA bus for devices. I would reboot the system and reset the NVRAM twice (keep holding the keys down and you'll hear the chime twice) and then re-check the profiler. Sadly, if the controller doesn't make that device available - you'll need ...
or gust press the home button and the power / lock button the same time until it reload. its easy guys!
Wait until the battery drains, and then plug into power adapter to turn it on. Otherwise, reset to factory settings from iTunes if you already had a backup previously.
My phone has the same problem. I looked it up, and it just said let it die out. So just let it die.
The correct solution is to execute: setpci -s 00:03.0 0x7b.b=0x19 Be carefull that this line is for this model, for other models read the full article from http://www.mythic-beasts.com/support/macminicolo_howto.html Also, put this in rc.local, for some strange reason it block the computer if I put it in grub.cfg
I realize it may be better to reopen the unit and replace the screws, but I still have the first iPad 2 I replaced the screen on and I completely misplaced my LCD screws. I just decided to put pressure on the back of the unit to hold the adhesive to both the covered glass and unit. I've found over the last few years in the dusty environment of my farming ...
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