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From Apple KB : Backup disks you can use with Time Machine Formatting a backup disk for use with Time Machine The most common format for a Time Machine backup disk is Mac OS Extended (Journaled) format. Time Machine also supports Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive, Journaled), Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive, Journaled, Encrypted), and Xsan ...


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Mac OS X Lion didn't come with the built-in ability to create a USB installer since a small USB flash drive installer came with Mac's that shipped with Mac OS X Lion and was also sold by Apple on a small USB flash drive. It was also downloadable through the App Store. It was the first release of Mac OS X to not come on optical media. To create a USB ...


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Simply use Disk Utility to format it as FAT, as Macs can indeed read and write to FAT drives–they just have problems with NTFS drives. Insert your flash drive. Open Disk Utility (/Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility), select your flash drive in the sidebar, then click "Erase" in the top bar. Select "MS-DOS (FAT)" for your format, and Master Boot Record for ...


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I don't think you can. The information that you can get is available via System Profiler: system_profiler SPUSBDataType, which on my Macbook returns: Apple Internal Keyboard / Trackpad: Product ID: 0x0259 Vendor ID: 0x05ac (Apple Inc.) Version: 2.24 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Apple Inc. Location ID: ...


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You can use Unetbootin to copy the Linux ISO to 1.2GB partition(disk4s3). If I were you though I would first rewrite the partition type as GPT instead of APM by running: diskutil partitionDisk disk4 GPT fat32 Linux 10% ExFat d2 10% ExFat d3 80% Then select the Linux partition on disk4 in UNetbootin to be the destination for the ISO copy.


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If the Mac in question shipped with OS X 10.11.x on it, it likely will not be able to run a previous version of OS X (like OS X Yosemite.) This is because as Apple updates hardware, they build the drivers for the new hardware into the OS that the Mac comes with and also into later versions of OS X. A version of OS X which was released before that Mac model ...


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If it was shipped with El Capitan, most likely you can't go back to Yosemite.


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When using the Winclone product to install Windows on a external USB drive, it is extremely important that you first read all the instructions provided by Winclone. Winclone provides the Web page: Running Windows from an External Drive. This page provides links to two videos. The first link is the same as given in your question. The second link provides the ...


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You can use iTunes to sync photos already imported into iPhoto, Aperture, Photos and Image Capture, as well as sync photos from a folder of images on your computer:


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Any USB file transfer application should do that. What works for me is using TDownloader [Free, appstore]. Go to iTunes (on your Mac) then click on your iPhone > Applications and scroll all the way down to "file transfer". Then, drag your photos to the application's folder and you're done. The only thing left would be to go to the App and save those ...



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