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Unless you have been accepted to a college, it is not supposed to be enough. The terms and conditions page states that the following people are eligible: K12 - Any employee of a public or private K-12 institution in the United States is eligible, including homeschool teachers. In addition, school board members who are currently serving as elected or ...


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Students of all grade levels, from kindergarten through post doctoral candidates as well as teachers, staff and parents qualify for the EDU discount. On the Apple Store for Eduction, you can find your educational institution so you can shop with your discount. Using "New York, NY" as the city and state and selecting K-12 we see that there is an extensive ...


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You will need two "16GB Kits" to get the full 32GB. I have personally done this in my iMac 27" The memory that I recommend is Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3L - CT2K8G3S186DM I recommend Crucial because they are very reliable and they have a lifetime warranty. There are brands that are cheaper, but (IMO) it's simply not worth the cost savings of giving up ...


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Yes it will work, although it's always better to have the same latency and MHz kits.


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Actually you may have a minor, if understandable, misunderstanding of how a network works. If you plug a Mac (or a PC, or anything else...) into a base station that other computers connect to wirelessly they are all on the same network. Neither MacOS nor Windows, Linux or anything else differentiates a wireless network with a wired network coming from the ...


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Here's some clarity for anyone looking. The root cause of the sign in when switching the host is that programs often store their license information x'ord (or otherwise encrypted with) a hash of the host hardware. This means that, when the hardware changes, the previously stored configuration is unrecoverable. I've tried spoofing the MAC address, but all ...


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There are only a few components in an iMac that can make clicking noises. It's highly unlikely that it's your logic board or a component of your logic board, but the possibilities are: Power Supply Hard Drive Speakers CPU Fan I've included a sample picture and the location of the components in the picture below Power Supply There are a number of ...


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I also had this problem and I spent about an hour on the phone with Apple. It turns out that there was an issue with a 3rd party application. Once i went into System Preferences > Users and Groups> then into Login Items and deleted all of the items in the list, my computer was able to shut down properly.


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If you use Avid products you might try removing: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/Avid CoreAudio.plugin/ or /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/Digidesign CoreAudio.plugin/ this was the cause of three of our computers not shutting down after the El Capitan upgrade. After removing the first shutdown will require sudo shutdown -r now from the terminal or press ...


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A DisplayPort KVM would probably work. Have you tried using a DisplayPort cable instead of a thunderbolt one between the iMac and the Thunderbolt Display? It might be cheaper than a KVM which would guarantee you can switch inputs without the iMac taking control of the attached display.



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