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It's not a problem with your device. It's a app store problem... The Solution is Open iTunes on your PC and go to App Store via iTunes and download Apps and Connect your iPad and install.. (Do this for temporary period) sometimes you will receive same error report when u download apps from iTunes.. Click retry to download and install...


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Here are a few things that you can try. These will be non-technical answers to you question. Go to Settings>General>Date and Time and toggle the Automatic switch. This will set the correct time for your iPhone, as sometimes the App Store does not download apps to iPhones with their clock set in the future. Restart the iPhone by holding down on the ...


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As per this link, the version you are trying to install is extremely old and not supported on any Mac with a recent version of OS X, because it is PowerPC only. Support for PowerPC applications that are not Universal was dropped in OS X 10.7 Lion. There is no solution other than acquiring a new version of After Effects.


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Actually you will need to download Bootcamp from Apple as all the drivers are there. I've never tried to download it on a PC but it should be possible to open the BootCamp.app package on a PC (it's just a folder) and get to the drivers that way. But if you have Windows 8.1 bootable install media you should be able to boot your Mac from it, format and select ...


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You are going to need to download the latest version of Adobe After Effects. https://www.adobe.com/products/aftereffects.html?promoid=KLXLW I doubt are going to be able to download the old version of Adobe After Effects unless you go back to the OSX that used to be compatible with that version of After Effects (Which I don't recommend at all). You are just ...


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apache2 is a "build-in" module of OS X. It's a bad idea to delete it. You may find the original configuration file in /etc/apache2/original folder. btw, apt-get is the package management of linux base on dpkg. For OS X, the package management is homebrew or MacPorts


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In this case you don't need to delete apache as you should not touch any executable under /usr/bin as Apple controls updating of this (i.e. could install it again). apt-get etc are not OS X or Unix commands but one packaging system for Linux. Any install of apache will put it in a different place to where Apple puts it. To install Apache if you want to ...


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Older versions of Firefox can be found here: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/ There's Multifirefox app, which can help switching profiles for several versions. Installation: brew cask install multifirefox MultiFirefox is a small launcher utility that allows you to run multiple versions of Firefox side-by-side. It helps you ...


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I can't offer much advice about the SSD in question given the very limited information you've shared about it. However, I suggest you try installing OS X onto a USB key (preferably a fast USB 3 one) or SD Card (slower; don't recommend). It'll make migrating your files to your new SSD easier. Just be careful of the protruding hardware!


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I had 3 app's in my update page of my iphone6, but nothing would happen when I attempted to update them. Apparently the page was not requesting sign-in information and restarts wouldn't fix it. What eventually worked was to go to a page in the app store that required a sign-in, like wish-list, then sign-in on the update page. This last step had no effect ...


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Installed Yosemite on 08 iMac. Boot up screen froze at 50%. I did the restart in Safe Boot mode as instructed above. Computer ran me through 3-4 settings selections and icloud drive set up while in safe boot mode. I did not reinstall Yosemite. Restarted computer in normal mode and it seems to be working great. Thanks!


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Compass Compass shouldn't require the Command Line Developer Tools, just a compatible ruby environment. I suggest a ruby version tool instead of using the system ruby, so that you can control your ruby version/environment. I favor chruby, but any of these works well and can be installed without needing the Command Line Dev Tools: chruby rbenv RVM ...


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There is a much simpler method, IF you have access got a system that is currently running the prior OS. I installed El Capitan, then ran into an application that was not yet compatible. So I took a Thunderbolt/USB 3 drive, formatted it GUID and installed Yosemite to it from my wife's laptop (which is running Yosemite). Then simply plugged the external ...



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