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Pages '09 or 4.x Here is a receipe working for Pages '09: Open Pages, and choose the same template you want to restore defaults, Select File > Save and save this empty file as Desktop/Untitled.pages Open the document where styles were deleted, let's say my_file.pages Select Format > Import Styles... and choose Desktop/Untitled.pages Select the ...


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If you have a backup of your iPhone on iCloud or another computer, you can restore from there. If you don't, you'll have to reset and setup as new.


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It seems that the windows.plist has been corrupted during the backup, as it's empty. The Terminal restores correctly when doing the following test: Run Terminal. Type anything like: echo test 1. Kill the terminal explicitly, e.g.: killall Terminal. Run again, it should have the previous message/state. Removing files and restoring from it, it'll have the ...


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So as it turns out the battery connector is damaged. I found this video that explains step by step on how to resolve this issue.


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I had the same problem and found this resource to help me: Create your HTML document by writing the HTML codes in TextEdit. But when you try to save do not choose Web Page in the file formats drop-down. If you choose this, all of your HTML codes will appear on the page. Go to the Format menu and choose “Make Plain Text.” Save the file with a .html ...


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I would not use Time Machine in this case, use SuperDuper! of Carbon Copy Cloner to make a bootable image on another drive, upgrade, see how it is and if it fails to work, then go boot off the bootable image and clone it back to where it was. I would suggest taking a Time Machine backup in addition so you always have 2 copies of the data.


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Depending on how old the original MBA is compared to the new one, you probably won't be able to do a bare metal restore. What you can do, is do a fresh OS install (if not done already) and "Migrate Your Settings" from the Time Machine Backup.



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