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The answer to your question, in short: It is always advised that you have the latest possible OS for your computer. This is due to the myriad of bug fixes and security patches that come along with new OS updates and intermediary releases. I would suggest bumping up the RAM to the highest possible as well, but at least to 4GB. This should result in an ...
Problem was solved automatically when i updated with latest version of OS. Thanks for your valuable answers and response. Than
You need to reset your SMC: MacBook: Shut down your Mac, press shift+ctrl+alt first and then press the power button. It should not start. Take a look at the LED from your power cord and it should just change for few seconds. Then, release the shift+ctrl+alt and start your Mac. Mac mini, iMac, Mac Pro: Shut down your Mac, unplug the power chord, wait for ...
You're better off just getting the data moved, instead of really moving the installation itself. Personally I think it's a benefit that you actually get a clean system to start from - but I guess that depends on the person. I see this guy did it with Windows, from Parallels to a Boot camp installation: ...
Each OS X installation is specific to the hardware model and characteristics of the Mac. The installer creates a set of drivers and configuration files for the specific hardware. So you cannot really clone from VM unless it is exactly the same as your Mac Mini. Try migration. I am not sure if you can migrate from a VM but you can always try. Make sure that ...
No it's not. It will heat up fast.
Port forwarding examples: When you set port-forwarding on your router, you pick a port number (or range of ports) and a single local IP address, ie. port 5900 and Ip address 192.168.0.2. So any internet traffic coming in on port 5900 gets sent directly to the computer on the IP address 192.168.0.2. Answered above, you've specified one of the IP addresses ...
You may try resetting your SMC and NVRAM, which controls power for various components as well as retains settings for a few pieces of hardware. To reset the SMC on your Mac Mini: Shut down your system and unplug all cables (including power cable) Wait 15 seconds at least Plug power and other cables back in Boot machine To reset the NVRAM: Shut down ...
I think no, as reported here in this guide for replacing the SSD only the SSD or Fusion Drive version has the M.2 slot: Use this guide to replace the SSD stick in an SSD only, or Fusion Drive model of the Mac Mini Late 2014. By the way you can easily figure out this opening the enclosure on the bottom following the guide linked before.
I just experienced the same issue for the past week on a mid-2012 quad-core MBPr w/ 16 GB ram. Turns out it was caused by a program called Memory Monitor. After disabling this program the issue stopped and I get smooth video playback. Update: After more observation it appears to be a memory issue. If I spin up a Parallels VM the stutter comes back, but ...
system Preferences> click on bluetooth icon>click on advance tap on bottom >uncheck top two selections
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