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Not a brilliantly helpful answer, but a resolution nonetheless. I contacted OWC's online chat tech support, who were incredibly helpful - continuing the conversation for an hour and a half - and talked me through diagnosing the problem. The tech support rep first suggested using my old boot drive, and from there, testing whether my SSD was writable via the ...


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You can check it from Terminal. Navigate to the folder where You have Your pkg file. Enter this: mkdir Foo cd Foo xar -xf ../NAME_OF_YOUR.pkg lsbom Bom This will list files/paths which are included in this pkg.


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When you delete the app make sure and select the option that mentions removing all data from your device and game center. Then try resetting the device. Hold down the home and button and the top button until the device restarts. Then go to the app store and download it from your "updates". If this does not work, repeat the process and attempt to download ...


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You can create a activated custom firmware using Sn0wbreeze. Then restore the device with the custom firmware using Shift+Restore via iTunes.


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Funnily Enough I had the exact same issue as you did about 10 minutes ago and stumbled across here via google. I still had issues after relaxing the code signing checks on OSX also. I logged into https://developer.apple.com/downloads and downloaded the CLI package from there (then installed them directly. )


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Quick and easy: Find and dedust the system DVDs, bring the optical drive back to live by removing the crumbs inside and install Mac OS X 10.5.5 (Leopard). ;-)


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I just installed a new 500GB SSD on my MacBook Pro 17" (early 2011) and used Carbon Copy Cloner to clone the contents of my current hard drive to the new one. This works well if you have a working hard drive already in your Mac; and you should clone the drive before installing the new hard drive. You can connect the hard drive externally to your MacBook Pro ...


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OSXDaily has a wonderful guide to creating a bootable USB drive for Yosemite, the most recent version of OS X. This will allow you to install the operating system on your new hard drive. You will need two things: 16GB flash drive A copy of "Install Yosemite", which you can download for free from the Apple App Store This guide will also walk you through ...


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No, it's not possible. When you install gcc, you must satisfied the required dependencies, otherwise this packages will be installed to ensure that works property. Required: gmp ✔, libmpc ✘, mpfr ✘, cloog ✘, isl ✘ Same occurs on linux system, you can install gcc without it's dependencies: Depends: cpp-4.8 (= 4.8.2-19ubuntu1), gcc-4.8-base (= ...


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Probably the certificate is outdated. To circumvent this the following procedure should work: Open "System Preferences" Hit "Security & Privacy" Hit the tab "General" Click the lock and enter your admin password at "Allow applications from anywhere" mark the radio button "Anywhere" then click the button "Allow from anywhere" or like indicated in ...


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I also had the same problem Just call the apple support line and give them the serial number they will check the operating DVD shipped with that unit and send it to you Apple sent me the Original DVD for my iMac and the upgrade for snow leopard FREE


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I found that turning off the iPhone,waiting 10 seconds,then turning it back on,and then deleting the app(holding it down till it shakes and then tapping the x) worked best. So that's what I recommend. But I also like trying different things to fiind the one that works for you!


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This appears to be a variation on the boot cache problem with initial upgrade installations of Yosemite. The difficulty for solving it appears to be knowing precisely when to press and release the shift key to enter Safe boot mode, which remedies the problem. The procedure is explained at http://support.apple.com/kb/PH18760. Shut down the computer by ...


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It seems it's some kind of temporary glitch, as it usually helps to restart the machine. Other suggestions: Reboot into Safe Mode, then Verify and repair drive 1) Reboot and hold the CMD+R keys 2) Select Disk Utility 3) Click on the image under my drive 4) Verify and repair drive You may try to remove the cache files/folders located in /var/folders/ ...


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Try giving the Mac a hard shutdown using shift-control-option-power, then restart in safe boot (hold shift at the startup chime) and see what happens. If you get a successful boot it will either be 10.6 or 10.10, and at this point I'd strongly suggest making a USB installer for Yosemite rather than simply running the install application - one good reason for ...


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Install the SDK instead of the JRE. I had a similar issue: I installed the JRE and ran the webpage-based test that said I installed successfully. But my java-based app wouldn't run, and running java -version in the console said Java was not installed. On a whim I decided to install the full SDK and now it all works.


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Based on the information Alistair and Matthew already provided, I was able to install wordgrinder under both Mavericks and Yosemite through a combination of the two methods he described. In fact, I was able to run wordgrinder, not just wordgrinder-static. Steps to reproduce: brew install lua brew install Homebrew/dupes/ncurses brew install luarocks brew ...


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There's actually a program called Win32DiskImager, that can take the .dmg file and your flash drive and make it bootable. I just used it today and got OS X working on my desktop with Windows.


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The general rule is that you cannot boot a device using an OS older than the device itself. So the chances are small. The trick would be to recreate that drive as the latest OS update is announced, concurrently with that product release. Alternatively, use the Apple Migration Assistant Extract: Before you transfer information from a Mac, connect ...


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Turns out there are some lingering files under the user's home directory: go to $HOME/Library/Google/ and delete the Drive folder in there. Everything should work after that.


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Boot from the recovery partition, open a Terminal from the menu. On the volume, there is a file and a directory: .IABootFiles .IAProductInfo Remove these. Exit the terminal and set the startup volume again. Reboot.


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Use Internet Recovery to reinstall the correct build of Mavericks for your machine, your user account and applications will be unaffected. When you've done that, re-download a fresh copy of the Mavericks installer from Apple. This will be the latest available build (10.9.5) and you should have no further problems if you install from that. I'd recommend you ...



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