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CoreRAID is a Framework to manipulate RAID devices. The com.apple.CoreRAID.plist file in /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/ is used to start the CoreRAIDServer used in managing RAID devices. Although I do have RAID Attached Storage Devices even if I didn't I would not disable the com.apple.CoreRAID.plist so as to be able to work with RAID devices as/when ...


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It really depends on which browser you are using... I would recommend not using Safari on 10.6.8, since it is unsupported by Apple at this point, and the older versions of Safari have known compatibility / security issues. The best way to "upgrade" would just be to install a third party browser (Chrome or FireFox, which I linked to below) and those issues ...


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Installing Yosemite converted your hard drive to a Core Storage logical volume, and CS was only introduced in Lion (Wikipedia), so it makes sense that Snow Leopard would have no idea what to do with it. Here's how you undo CoreStorage (source - this method worked for me). It should be non-destructive, but as always, take a backup first! Also, note that any ...


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Okay.. Apple have a perfectly workable website titled "Create a bootable installer for OS X Mavericks or Yosemite" ( https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201372 ) Which tells you what to do via the Terminal, once you have successfully downloaded Install OS X Yosemite.app & Install OS X Mavericks.app. Their instructions are as follows: OS X Yosemite sudo ...


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Yes - it is possible. I have a USB drive with bootable OS X versions from 10.6 to 10.10. Use disk utility to create the partitions you need. Under Partition you can choose the number of desired partitions. Make sure you select the GUID Partition Table (GPT) in Options. Use a tool like DiskMaker X to create the OS X drives for you. For OS X 10.9 and 10.10 ...



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