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OS X does not offer this functionality. smcFanControl and the iStat widgets are the typical go-to choices for this issue. I personally use smcFanControl. It gives me both the temperature and the ability to monitor fan operation.


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Your fears are unfounded, although kudos to you for being so conscientious about the unique circumstances of your machine before attempting to upgrade. In any case, consider an iMac or Mac Pro which must have an external mouse, there is no internal pointing device. You'll be fine as far as a USB pointing device goes as long as the mouse you're using did not ...


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While trialling Yosemite here at school I found the overall experience can vary wildly depending on how the installation is performed. Most people will perform an upgrade installation by downloading the Yosemite installer and simply letting it run. The end result here is very variable and largely depends on the state of the system being upgraded. One or two ...


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No, that 3-in-1 adapter will not drive multiple monitors. What you need is either a system that combines 2 monitors, or a system that chains them. While DisplayPort allows for daisy-chaining displays, this only works on supported hardware. This means your monitors need to both have two DisplayPort connectors and official support from the vendor and inside ...


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As for what: The message Kernel Assertions: 0x10c=USB,BT-HID,MAGICWAKE says it. Also the ExternalMedia is set to wake it up over your USBbluetooth. connection. So you have a device (BT keyboard) that does that. As for why: You BT track pad wakes up (do you have a Cat?) other BT devices interference, low battery... see this for more. To test do "Allow ...


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This exact same situation was happening to me and the weird part is that the machine will sleep initially...say 2 blinks of the sleep light, but then will wake back up !!! Looking at the Activity Monitor is a process called "Android File Transfer". I decided to kill this process and now my Mac is sleeping. I am going to monitor moving forward, but this ...


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I know that when I upgraded VMWare to 7.0 after my Yosemite 10.10 upgrade I did not experience any problem with loss of data in my VMs. After upgrading VMWare, the app did reconfigure the .vmwaremv files, but after that everything was the same. I do not store data exterior to the VMs and I think that all my data is within the .vmwarevm itself. Like the ...



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