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It used to be that two USB audio interfaces/mics would require you to create an aggregate device in order to use them both at the same time with OS X. As this was still the case in early 2014 (see the Macworld article, below), it probably is still the case today. However, there are differing reports when it comes to identical USB devices. Back in 2011, an ...
Every user account on OS X has a public drop box folder inside its Public folder (path is /Users/USERNAME/Public/Drop\ Box/). So what you can do is download the file into Guest's Download folder and then copy it (via Terminal or Finder) to /Users/ADMINNAME/Public/Drop\ Box/. You will get a warning about not being able to access the file after the copy, just ...
Your fears are unfounded, although kudos to you for being so conscientious about the unique circumstances of your machine before attempting to upgrade. In any case, consider an iMac or Mac Pro which must have an external mouse, there is no internal pointing device. You'll be fine as far as a USB pointing device goes as long as the mouse you're using did not ...
You can install windows via BootCamp on an external drive. However to install a newer version of windows that BootCamp doesn't support you need to first install a supported version then upgrade inside of windows to a newer version. My best suggestion though is to install via a virtual machine.
I will offer the following link for to the drivers needed to install windows for your machine. You will need to download the zip file found at Boot Camp Support Software 5.1.5621
I resolved my issue by following the SMC Reset instructions here Basically unplug everything, power down the mac, hold the power button for 5 seconds. Once the system has rebooted then reattached all peripherals. Then my keyboard started working again. Kieran
I removed Citrix which was installed on my computer. See this link here: http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/solved-usb-hub-power-exceeded-767570.html It now works.
The company theminidrive.com is offering a 128GB windows 8 plug and play MiniDrive http://www.theminidrive.com/products/plug-and-play-windows-8-for-macbook-air This Might help will be fast if the SD port hooks up to the mother board then speeds are possibly the same as usb3 and external hard drive but this little guy sits inside your macbook!
Disconnect your TEAC USB cable. Go to /System/Library/Extentions, and remove the existing TEAC kext directory, like this: sudo rm -rf TeacUSBAudio.kext Reboot. Re-install the driver, called TEAC USB HS Audio KEXT Install Package 273.4.2.pkg at the time of this writing. Reconnect your TEAC USB cable.
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