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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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My personal recommendation would be not to move the OS to external drive as you would have to carry it around just to make the computer run. I recommend: Move all the files that you only need slow access to but are GB-eating to iCloud or similar network location. (For example: iTunes Library, Photos, Movies…) Get a Thunderbolt drive for applications that ...


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Building on Buscar웃’s answer, for OS X 10.10 Yosemite: To disable: sudo launchctl disable system/com.teamviewer.service To re-enable: sudo launchctl enable system/com.teamviewer.service, and restart. It seems like launchctl is under active development by Apple, and has changed substantially in Yosemite (10.10). They still offer ‘legacy' commands like ...


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The TeamViewer Host app is : TeamViewer Host is running as a system service and is used for 24/7 access to remote computers, including login/logout and remote reboot - optimized for server maintenance or home-office access. So it is intended to be running 24/7. But if you want to disable it: Find it using the launchctl list in Terminal To stop ...


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I press ⌘cmd+⌥alt+⇧shift+⎋esc, and then the login screen appears. It's always after an update that this happens. It has usually righted itself eventually.


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This happens to me all the time, if your computer is muted when it turns off it won't bong when you turn it back on (doesn't apply to restarts). A bit odd but it happens.


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Try System Prefs > User & Groups > Your name > Login Items. Select it in the list & click the - button underneath If it's not listed there, then check either /Library/LaunchDaemons/ or /Library/StartupItems/ to see whether it has an entry in there. It's safe to remove items from there - though they will continue running until the next reboot. If ...



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