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You can do this by editing (or creating) /etc/fstab This lets you mount the file at a specified mount point. If you look at this file you will see the following warning:- # # Warning - this file should only be modified with vifs(8) # # Failure to do so is unsupported and may be destructive. # This is not a problem, but you need to learn how to use the vi ...
You could make a script (either shell script or AppleScript) that hides the Volume and make it run on login as a "Login Item" (in System Preferences > Users & Groups > Your User > Login Items). Shell script may have to invoke Terminal in some way, otherwise you can apparently hide icons via AppleScript (which can be turned into a standalone app): tell ...
As far as I know it's not supposed to be listed under the USB devices at least in Yosemite and El Capitan, not really sure about Mavericks.
how i solve this issue was, 1st use the search on the upper right of your screen (search for sd card) 2nd under the folders, you will see the sd card. 3rd open the go on the finder, open all documents 4th drag and drop the sd card from the search to the device in the all document windows. that should let you see the sd card every time you insert it to your ...
The erase of files from a SD card that contains photos is an easy engineering problem to solve. Do not put any more files on that card and go get a copy of Picture Rescue to recover the deleted pictures.
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