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The Yosemite Installer package contains all the divers for all supported models. You are good to go for multiple uses on multiple systems.


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Just a side note: all these answers could have been very easily found by just typing them into Google. The majority of card readers will just work out of the box on OS X. If they don't you either need to install a driver or it just isn't compatible. Big brands like Kingston or Sandisk will work 99% of the time. If you're using SD cards there really is no ...


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I actually think there's little reason to be concerned, provided in Settings > Network, your Wi-Fi or Ethernet is ahead of iPhone USB in the left-hand list. OS X will go down the list and pick the first network provider that it needs to. So long as your WiFi stays up, you're fine. I confirmed this by opening Network Utility and examining the transfer stats. ...


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Only thing that worked for me was to create the same Yosemite boot disk on a firewire drive. MacPro Desktop Tower: OS X v10.9.5; 2x3.2GHz Quad Core Intel Xeon, 14GM 800 MHz DDR2, MacPro3,1.


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I am currently using two identical Blue Yetis on my MacBook Pro under the aggregate device I set up a couple months ago. (see photo) I think the trick might be creating the aggregate first but I have to say: I was panicking because I had a sit-down interview scheduled the next day and I was flailing about in my attempt at getting this set up so... of ...


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You could upload the drivers to a service such as Dropbox...


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Plug out the iMac (from power) for 15+ seconds to reset SMC.


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First things first, you do not need to worry too much about mobile data consumption when connected to Wi-Fi. As depicted in your picture, Wi-Fi is listed above the iPhone USB interface and will take precedence as the primary interface. In other words, all traffic will be sent to Wi-Fi until it is no longer available or you manually change the service order ...


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Try the Console log at var/log/asl/2015.04.08.U0.80.asl or similar (there will also be a G80 & a U501 with similar dates but it's the U0.80.asl you want) Apr 8 17:38:35 macname kernel[0] <Notice>: disk6s1: media is not present. Apr 8 17:38:35 macname kernel[0] <Notice>: msdosfs_fat_uninit_vol: error 6 from msdosfs_fat_cache_flush ...



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