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To start up with a special kernel check this from Apple: Starting up with the 32-bit or 64-bit kernel in 10.6 and later: Startup key combination (for current startup only) If your Mac uses the 32-bit kernel by default, but supports the 64-bit kernel, you can start up using the 64-bit kernel by holding the 6 and 4 keys during startup. If ...


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Only FireWire and Thunderbolt support Target Disk Mode. You have to remove the internal disk and put it in an external case with UltraATA interface. Alternatively you may create a bootable thumb drive (MacOS 9.1 or better), boot from it and create an image of your HDD with Disk Copy and save it to a network share. Building a bootable thumb drive and ...


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According to Target Display Mode: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), you can't do it. 8. Can I use TDM in Boot Camp? Target Display Mode is not supported under Boot Camp.


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Your iMac 400 uses Ultra-ATA as hard drive interface while your iMac 333 uses ATA-3. Though physically almost identical ATA-3 only supports hard disk sizes up to ~8.4 GB. Larger sized hard disks will not be adressed correctly. As a consequence you won't be able to recover your data with the iMac 333. Instead you may get an old external USB-hard drive ...


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Well, while newer iMac drive will work in older one, there is no guarantee it will boot. There was a limitation during the times of Classic Mac OS on size of boot partition which has to be below 8GB. You have Mac OS X 10.3.9 on that drive so I can't say if it still applies. And maybe if it does apply you might had it partitioned just the way it need to be ...


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What you will need is splitter so you can connect 2 displays to your Thunderbolt port so you can use the both iMac with Target Display Mode. It's the only way to use these iMacs as screens.


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Go to System Preferences, and check "iCloud" and "Internet Accounts". Sign out where necessary, and once neither of them list your personal account, you're good to go. You may also want to make sure your web browsers don't remember any of your passwords.


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Select Format on the icon menu bar, and then under Spacing Lines adjust the distance to your requirements. This is an example:


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The problem I had was the lightning cable. I changed the cable and the problem was solved.


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hmmm… initially I thought this couldn't be done, however. From messages, start a new conversation, from the top right icon. Start typing your own name until you can select your iMessage-capable account, accept then type the message. Send. A few seconds later the message will arrive on both devices & you can then converse with 'yourself' - though it will ...



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