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You can try the following steps: Step 1: Disconnect the data cable and turn off your iPhone. Step 2: Press the "Home" button and connect your iPhone to the computer with data cable, and then release the "Home" button. Step 3: Now you have enter into recovery mode successfully. Step 4: It is very easy for you to exit recovery mode. Please press both the ...


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In my opinion, Time Machine is the best solution. If you do a full restore from backup, all your configurations are retained. You'll need to enable FileVault after the restore is finished. If you do a nuke-n-pave and a pristine install, migrating profile data, apps and settings invariably misses some stuff, e.g., VPN configurations, automatic wifi ...


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If you’re looking for a certain file or folder, start by connecting the external drive that you use for Time Machine backups or by making sure that you can connect to your Time Capsule. Click the Time Machine item in the menu bar at the top of your screen (it looks like a clock with an arrow running counterclockwise around it), and choose Enter Time Machine. ...


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If I'm not wrong, the dmg file is stored on the external drive. The source and the target should not be the same. So you could: Add an extra HD (let's call it ExtHDD2) and make sure you have an empty partition there. Then your screenshot is ok but the target should be ExtHDD2, and the clean partition in that hard drive. Once you restore the data, you ...


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When you click the time machine icon in the menu bar, hold the option key. The menu will change to "Browse other time machine backups", and you should be able to access the old machine's backup in that manner.


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No,You can NOT restore .dmg to the partition where the .dmg file resides. However you can restore to another disk, or another partition in the same disk.


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It think you want to open Time Machine (activate it via the menu bar). You will get a window showing the files of the backup. From here it is possible to select the files you want to place back on your new mac.


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From Resolve iOS update and restore errors Check for hardware issues Related errors: 1, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 1000, 1002, 1004, 1011, 1012, 1014, 1667, or 1669. These errors mean that your device or computer may have a hardware issue that's preventing the update or restore from completing. Check that ...


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For some reason it wouldn't boot from my Time Machine backup. (Maybe I didn't partition it with a GUID partition table?) It just flashed a disk with a question mark after trying to boot from the partition with the TM backup. So I created a Mavericks install disk on my other computer, and booted from that disk. I was a little worried that it wouldn't ...


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Agree with Tetsujin about doing an SMC reset. I recently had the same issue - I had hard-powered-off the computer in the middle of booting, and my system would then just remain black-screened at boot. Resetting the SMC brought everything back to normal (able to do Recovery Mode, Choose Boot Disk or boot from internal drive as usual). However, for me to ...


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Sorry to hear that, founds quite frustrating. Regarding I recently renamed my home folder on my new MacBook Pro (Retina, 13"). I restarted my computer not realising that it would result in a complete wipe of my drive. This should not have 'wiped' anything - but indeed the system will have difficulty logging in properly because the home folder ...


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Launch the Time Machine App, you may see the time line show you backup time, you can navigate the "important folders" at any backup time. if you find the files you want, just restore it manually.


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All I can think of that you may have missed in the 'standard suite' of things to try first would be Reset SMC... Shut down the computer. Unplug the computer's power cord. Wait fifteen seconds. Attach the computer's power cord. Wait five seconds, then press the power button to turn on the computer.


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I suggest you look at the detailed information contained in the Pondini website. Unfortunately, Mr. Ponds has passed away, but his advice is still awesome. You will want to use Setup Assistant or Migration Assistant. http://pondini.org/OSX/Setup.html


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Standard method for recovery from Time Machine Power up your Mac and hold down the command and R keys to enter the Recovery Partition. Your Mac should boot to a screen that says OS X Utilities. Select Restore from Time Machine Backup and click Continue. Read the info on the Restore Your System page and click Continue. Select your Time Machine backup and ...



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