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Thats indeed the solution for the problem. But you have to do it in this order. (Assuming, that your windows-partition is behind your MAC OS partition) [this steps are additional comments to http://trueweb.pro/install-windows-10-2010-macbook-pro-a1286/] Create a partition wirh disk-utility Reboot Boot from windows installation media () Execute ...


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This isn't a permanent solution, BUT it will let you recover your files. Login to your Admin account Open Terminal Type chmod -R 777 /Users/username/ Go to the directory that your user folders are stored in (/Users/) Retrieve any files needed just using Finder. Delete user account. Or Login to your Admin Account Open System Preferences Click Users &...


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There are three solutions that I know of that allow you to "black out" the remote screen so that uses cannot see what you are doing: Apple Remote Desktop (ARD). Cost: $79 TightVNC. Cost: Free for personal use. TeamViewer. Cost: Free for personal use ($810 for Business License) As for ARD and VNC, they will do they job, but as far as performance, ...



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