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Can't give you exact, as you haven't said how you connected to your Time Machine disk. I am going to assume it's USB, and recommend simply holding down the Alt key at boot time, slecting your Time Machine drive, and following prompts...
You say "computer" but don't specify what, I will assume that you mean you have a Mac also, in which case, on the assumption that you run Time Machine (please, everyone, make backups!) then offline copies should be in your backups.
No. Apple says: iCloud Keychain items are not part of iCloud Backup.
If you have iWorks/Numbers installed, check the tutorial: How to Convert an Address Book ABBU File to CSV ABBU is the native file type for the Mac OS X Address Book, which means that you can only open ABBU files using the Mac Address Book application. However, you can use the iWork Numbers application to import the ABBU file, and then export the ...
Go to Disk Utilities click the Windows Partition and then Format It as Mac OS X Journaled then click Enable Journaling on the Disk Utility Toolbar then go to the MAIN DISC and Click on the Partition tab remove the Windows Partition which is now "Mac OS X Journaled" after removing it, resize the partition size of the main partition to the maximum Then, you ...
I like MK's answer above. Look at those things first. Then - consider this... I experienced something similar to what you are describing. I tried the erase, format and restore from Time Machine... it didn't really help. Then someone suggested starting up with the option key held down and reinstall the operating system. If you are running Mountain Lion or ...
Yes, it is possible, as long as the machine is run in clamshell mode. Turn the computer on, plug in the external display, make sure an external keyboard and mouse is connected (wired or Bluetooth), then close the internal display. The Mac will enter clamshell mode and will use the external display as the primary display. The only caveat with this is that ...
If you are looking for a "rejuvenating" effect, depending of what version of Mac OS X you are running I would upgrade to Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8) or Maverics (OS X 10.9). It is more likely to stabilise your system and is easier than doing a full rebuild.
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There could be various causes for a Mac that runs slow during certain times: too many applications running on the system (launched at login or explicitly by the user) inadequate RAM inadequate free space on the drive file permission issues corrupted files or configuration updated OS and applications that need faster hardware, and so on For all these ...
give it a try. I did it once, and it did work better but I am not sure whether it was the main reason.
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