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You should be able to do it with terminal, in case it's just not mounted automatically Open terminal type diskutil list and hit enter Check which disk you want to browse, I'll use disk3 in this example, and get the IDENTIFIER from the line that shows the device name. So in my example the line wold be 2: Apple_HFS DiskName 999.9 GB disk3s2 Type diskutil ...


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I had the same problem in Yosemite but thanks to this good soul based on these another good fellow I could solve it. I still can't understand what happened, but after losing a whole weekend trying to work it out I just gave up and blindly follow his instructions. Look at my desperation in activity monitor: Be careful, always do a backup first and read the ...


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You are only allowed to run a Server version of Snow Leopard in a virtual machine. From Lion you are allowed to run the same guest OS X as the running host OS X - and you are allowed to install a client version of the OS.


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Just span and capture with tcpdump and then analyze the traffic with Wireshark (tshark) for top talkers, one or two hosts will jump out immediately... If you sniff the packets realtime you can almost always tell the top talkers they're the packets you see most often, usually it take me about 1min. to find the culprit.


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If you have access to other Mac, you can boot yours in target mode. Attach it to the other system. It should show up as an external drive on the other system. From there, you can either fix the permission, or reload your operating system. If you don't have access to another computer, you may want to ask around for a USB drive that has a system installed. ...


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First I backed everything up on time machine, and I made a manual backup of photos, music, downloads, and documents to another HDD. Next I put in the install disk from OSX Leopard 10.5.. Mavericks will let you enter the install process right from the desktop on Leopard 10.5, but nothing past 10.5. (If you don't have leopard you can probably get one off ...


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UPDATE: Graham try using this answer: Creating A Bootable USB Of Windows 8.1 On OS X? You state your mac book is from late 2011. Apple did not make mac books in 2011. They did make mac book pro 13", 15" and 17" models in late 2011. The 13" has a 2.4 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 or a 2.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i7. The 15" has 2.2, 2.4, or 2.5GHz quad-core ...


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Fortunately the iMac can run Yosemite, the latest version of OS X. The only option you have is that find someone with a App Store account and ask him/her to get the OS for you as it's free to download for Mac users. Then make it bootable.


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You can download the latest combo-update for Snow Leopard (10.6.8) here.


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You will want to try changing your network adapter settings, under advanced settings/Ethernet. Configure it manually and speed to autoselect. This fixed the our network issues where our mac was killing our home network. Cheers


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For any person that could have the same problem in the future: A solution seems to be plugging the keyboard on a USB extension will fix the problem.


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Hold your breath... MACs actually DO store serial number on the hard drive. After finding MAC address from my backup, I proceeded further and found the serial number itself in the same WirelessDiagnostics archive. Inside the archive there is a wifi-BPpiyL.log file which should contain the following lines: <airportd[30]> _initSystemGlobals: Model ...


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A kindly soul has slightly modified TextEdit to add a field, "Tab Width", at the bottom of the "New Document" tab of the "Preferences" window. Type in a number between 1 and 100 (inclusive) and it will change the width of tabs to that number (in character widths). Download at code.google.com. Since I couldn't replace the main TextEdit app, I used "show ...


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TextEdit bases its tabs on distances, not number of characters. If I set the text to 30pt, the tabs are four spaces. At 14pt, they are eight spaces. Consequently, there is no set "number of spaces" that could ever be modified. One solution is to: change your font preferences for RTF files to match my TXT preferences. temporarily convert your TXT files ...


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Here is a video of an Activity Recorder : http://youtu.be/Yy32rwCUy4M The web site is here : http://www.hipspace.net


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You can do it, but you will need a friend's Macbook. First download the OSX app, you download it from app store. Then download Disk Maker X, by this app you can create Bootable USB. After creating bootable usb, plug it to your macbook and restart and hold alt, then you can see your usb and install the OSX.


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The original Apple "OS X Lion USB Thumb Drive" is a full upgrade, so you don't need your old DVD installer disks. Depending on your Mac and your update history you may even start to Internet recovery mode (hold altcmdR while booting until you see a spinning globe in the center of the screen) and install Lion then. You had to install a special Firmware ...


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Hello… It was the DynDns software… reinstalled and almost everything is good now… only some bugs now



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