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The general rule is, you cannot instal an OS on a Mac that is older than the Mac itself. See Don't install a version of Mac OS X earlier than what came with your Mac That said, Cubase 7 should run OK on Yosemite, though you will need the Steinberg Installer patch. I don't know Studio One 2 so I can't say on that. Google did find this from Presonus about it. ...


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Tweezers? I use tweezers often in our car, which the cd player's eject function won't work. But since yours is so "deep" down, can you still see it? If not, well, slim tweezers? If you can still see it, you should be able to use the tweezers. ------------------------------- Another way is maybe a hook fashioned out of a plastic sheet? take a slim but ...


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This article might contain information on why this doesn't work. First off, you're talking about a low-end machine which utilizes shared system memory for its graphics. I drive two Thunderbolt displays with my 2012 Mac Mini with 16GB of RAM and an SSD. The Mini uses a static amount of RAM for video, it does not adjust based on how much RAM is in the ...


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Restart your MacMini to recovery mode by pressing cmdR at startup. Open Utilities/Terminal in the menubar Please replace "YourMainVolume" with the name of your main Mac volume (probably "Macintosh HD") in the following commands. If you made a backup of your SystemVersion.plist (like advised in my answer) enter: rm ...


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My guess is that your CPU just isn't up to the task of decoding the stream of data that makes up the video stream for several reasons. Amazon video is using a somewhat inefficient codec and software stack to deliver the content. The software to render the video is likely single threaded on your Mac OS. Your CPU has only two cores and at 1.66 GHz of that ...


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It turned out that switching a setting on Amazon's website from the Silverlight player to the Flash player solved the problem. For anyone else with the same problem the setting is on this page: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201460940&encoding=UTF8&ref=atv_pc_pp_more Thank you @bmike for your advice nonetheless!


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Look up your model here. http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/index-macmini.html Then, scroll down to the section marked "Maximum MacOS:", it's towards the bottom on the right. One of my Mac Minis is the early 2009 Core2Duo model, which is the oldest Mini which supports Yosemite. If you have a model which is older than 2009, it will only ...


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I didn't see you mention iTunes at all in your post. iTunes is essential. Unfortunately, AFAIK, you can no longer just "share" movies from iTunes to ATV. You have to turn on Home Sharing, and I believe this requires a live internet connection. Both iTunes and ATV log into Home Sharing, and everything loaded in iTunes is available on the ATV. If you do ...



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