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There are a couple of things you can try: Try doing a hard reset of your iPad. Hold the sleep/wake and power buttons for 10 seconds until you get the Apple logo Attempt "Recovery Mode". With the iPad powered off, hold the home button and connect a USB cable from your Mac with iTunes. Keep holding the home button until the Apple Logo appears Keep in ...


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This is my Standard "Troubleshooting Toolkit", variations of which I have used for years to fix issues that can best be described as 'random weirdness'... Nothing in this list is destructive in itself, though of course having a known-good current backup is always highly recommended. Do all, in this order. Reset the SMC (instructions depend on Mac ...


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Prohibitory symbol on a high level means the OS build you're trying to boot is not supported on the machine you're on. This can happen for many reasons, from an actual bad build being installed, to OS corruption, to bad HD. Since you said when you swap HDs with another MacBook, both are able to boot, is it possible that they got swapped somehow in the ...


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This happened to me in Yosemite. Some folders had their contents displayed just fine, others got the spin wheel. All folders in question were local folders, and their contents displayed fine with ls in the terminal. What my problem seemed to be related to was having a network share connected prior to closing the lid on my laptop, then opening my laptop and ...


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I tracked this down at long last. See here for a workaround: https://gitlab.com/gnachman/iterm2/issues/4666



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