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There is a bug in Activity Monitor v10.8.0 (806). If you select Dock Icon > Show CPU History, is automatically closes the floating window and appears in the dock. If you attempt to switch back to the floating window, sometimes only one core appears. Solution: - Close floating windows - Dock Icon > Show Memory Usage - Quit and Restart Activity Monitor - ...
I would just find some soft-side velcro and cut out a few small circles and call it good as new or if your determined.. Or just do a quick Google search: http://www.powerbookmedic.com/Macbook-Unibody-Feet-Replacement-Set-Black-p-23146.html http://macdudu.en.alibaba.com/product/742059651-218052561/Rubber_Case_Foot_Feet_for_Macbook_Pro_retina_15_A1398.html
As a former Mac Genius, I can tell you it's impossible to buy the feet separately as a replacement. You will have to get the bottom "plate" replaced. If it's under warranty, awesome, if not, it's less than $20 to get.
No, even if you managed to physically connect the camera to the device in that way, iOS would not interact with it as it is an iPod touch without such a camera.
It's normal. Many computer components can generate high frequency noise under high load, mostly from power circuits, but fans are usually loud enough to cover them up. The GTX 780 in my desktop does this but I didn't notice it until I installed a liquid cooling system. If you're interested, this has some details of the components that can cause this kind of ...
It is a known problem: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3069428 Someone has calculated the max wattage draw of a MBPr, but I can't find that a.t.m.
Read the current setting defaults read com.apple.BezelServices dAuto Write defaults write com.apple.BezelServices dAuto -boolean true/false
SyncPhoto is working well for me as an iPhoto solution. It will keep all your iPhoto instances synced with each other. I agree with Plex and have been using it for years. Similar to XBMC but Plex has a central database server and it communicates to clients, iOS, OS X, Windows, Roku, ATV with some hacking, ....
There are some apps on the app store that do similar things. Here's a free one I found: Battery Health, but it might not be the best (it was just at the top of the list and looked good). But guessing from things I heard before, it was probably a part of computer circuitry that was damaged, and most likely the apps won't be able to tell if the problem is ...
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