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It may be a Windows sharing or security issue. May be. Get properties on the folder you are sharing that is inaccessible. Click the sharing tab > Advanced Sharing and verify the folder is shared. Click on permissions ad verify the "Everyone" group has change and read checked under the Allow column. Click OK to get back to properties and click the Security ...


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I got it sorted, it was probably my fault not understanding the options properly. The actual install can only be started by that last option that says eider: remove windows 7 or later version OR install windows 7 or later version So if you already have a Windows partition created you will see remove windows 7 or later version, you need to remove it and ...


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You can force eject the disc by restating. When you hear the chime Press COMMAND-E or hold down the trackpad/mouse button.


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First of all, try both repair disk (if grayed, then verify), and repair disk permissions. If you are still unable, boot to single-user mode (Command +S on boot) and type in the following. /sbin/fsck -fy Press enter, then type reboot. If it still does not work, then do the following, but be sure to backup: Hold Command +R on boot to start Recovery ...


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XQuartz, which is the OS X X-server implementation doesn't support native Aqua apps like Mail.app, just regular unix X-server apps - xterm, etc, so I don't think this will work for you. However, OS X does come with VNC built in, if you want to share screens from Windows. It's under Sharing in System Preferences, check the box for 'Screen Sharing'. See this: ...


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OWC Brittany C: there is a limitation on using a Thunderbolt device and Windows 7. Having a Thunderbolt device plugged in when trying to boot to Windows 7 will prevent boot. Also the machine will not detect a Thunderbolt device in Windows 7 unless it is plugged in upon start up. So basically thunderbolt devices are not going to work in Windows 7. You would ...


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Edit the Connection setting & check 'Scale Content' and 'Use all monitors'. 'Use all monitors' is the key, 'scale content' gives you the choice of scrolling or seeing all at once, but might be too small to read easily. Just for completeness… that option isn't directly available on Windows until Windows 8.1 & also on Windows it's called 'Smart ...


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There is a bug in iTunes or iOS. You have to select "Synch Photos" in iTunes, choose "Selected folders", and leave all folders unchecked, then synch, and choose "Remove" from the pop up dialog. For some reason, just unselecting "Sync Photos" will not delete the photos from your phone.


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I do this on my MacBook using Bootcamp which comes with the Mac OS. It allows me to partition off my hard drive into 2 and by holding down the Alt key when the Mac boots, it asks which OS I'd like to start. I can only use one at a time though. Recently I prefer to just run a VM of Windows from inside my Mac OS using VirtualBox.


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Quite simply, you purchase a license for OS X by buying a Mac. It is licensed only for Apple hardware. There is no other way to legitimately run it, either natively or in VM. Running it on any other hardware would be against Apple's EULA & would also be off-topic for StackExchange.



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