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You can move the folder to another drive, then use a symbolic link back to the original location, so iTunes can still find it. A symbolic link is a bit like a shortcut or alias, that the system can use to target a file or folder in another location. Because of the rather arcane method you'd nee to employ in Terminal to generate them, I've always used a ...


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I got the machine to boot by starting up in recovery mode and turning off encryption on the drive in mention. Not sure what the implications of not being encrypted is though... useful links: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201255 https://derflounder.wordpress.com/2011/11/23/using-disk-utility-to-unlock-or-decrypt-your-filevault-2-encrypted-boot-drive/


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Open system references and go to the accounts or users section. Add these things to each user's startup items.


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Go to System Preferences -> Users and Groups. On the left sidebar click on your user name and then Login Items. In that window you can configure which apps to run automatically at startup (click on + and - at the bottom to add or remove apps). Please note: many of these apps (such as Creative Cloud or Dropbox) have their own switch. Just check their ...


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If you have a Time Machine backup connected, you should be able to boot your mac while pressing the ALT-key and select the Time Machine backup. Most likely you will have to delete your internal harddrive and reinstall from the backup.


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If you have access to another mac, you can make a yosemite bootable install usb. http://liondiskmaker.com/ has a applescript program that will creae one, you just need a usb stick with 8gb and the installer downloaded. Boot the messed up computer from the USB stick by holding shift during the boot sequence and selecting the USB stick. There you can ...


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The solution to my particular problem is to be found here which suggests excluding the process MsMpEng.exe from the windows defender service. I'm running windows 8.1 so this done by searching for Windows Defender in your programs, clicking on the settings tab (far right) and then browsing to 'C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MsMpEng.exe' and adding it to ...


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after further research I realized that it was my Terminal app (iTerm2) setting the umask. This was due to a bug and an update was already available. This issue caused a great deal of stress and setback.


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Have you checked the settings in iTunes? iTunes- Edit-Preferences


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Check the Startup folder in the Start menu. Otherwise it could be an option that is built into iTunes' settings.


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If you have another Apple device, such as an iPad or iPhone, and you deleted iCloud off of it, it can disrupt every device you have, and you will just need to log in again, possibly generating App-Specific Passwords for your Mac. This happened to me around the same time, but I can't remember if it was the result of the upgrade to OS X 10.10.4 that broke the ...



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