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I just put my Windows 7 DVD in my 2006 Mac Mini Core Solo, held C during boot and installed without any issues. Sound is not working yet, but I believe you can get it working with the boot camp support software.


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Papers App does most of that. It is used for academic papers and can be synced via DropBox, including all notes and annotations. It does not keep track of your last read spot though.


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If the hidden purchase are on a compilation/various artists album, this is unfortunately a known bug.


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Your iPhone 4 needs to generate a pairing record and trust the computer. First go through each of the steps. Don't skip steps and do them in order. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204095 If you don't see this message when you try to sync the phone over USB with iTunes, then you can remove all pairing records as follows: Back up iPhone 4 (to the cloud ...


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The install likely damaged the boot partition, making the Mac think there are no operating systems at all. It is likely/possible that your Mac partition is OK. Can you boot with COMMAND-R (recovery mode) and reinstall Mac OS? That should fix the boot partition and get you back up and running. Doing so should not cause you to lose any data as long as you ...


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There are 2 methods if the Option key doesn't work. METHOD 1 @Amol mentioned it, his answer is perfectly correct. On your Mac, go to: System Preferences > Startup Disk Now click the Operating System that you want your next start to boot into. Truly simple. METHOD 2 Download rEFIt and install it. Then reboot. You might need to ...


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Just go to System Preferences in Mac and choose Startup Disk. It will give you choice of Windows or Mac as want for your next start up of your computer.


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I upgraded to Windows 10 before Microsoft notified me to do so. I did not have a Product Key. I was able to boot the computer, but I had many problems. Windows 10 did activate. This allowed me to erase Windows and do a clean install. This resulted in an installation where the earlier problems did not reappear. When I installed previous versions of Windows, ...


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What the guy above says about the DAEMON Tools works, though there are more steps needed. First you'll need an ISO file, which you can actually make out of the flash drive by simply creating a new image file in Disk Utility by clicking on the New Image icon on the Toolbar, though obviously first you need the flash drive selected in the left hand column, make ...


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I just upgraded from Snow Leopard to Yosemite 10.10.5 2 days ago. The upgrade took all evening. However, when I went to restart the computer, Yosemite was installed and my Boot Camp was there with Windows XP working just fine.


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In OSX you can also try many applications, one might give you the GPU or Motherboard temp instead of the CPU temp. OSX temperature apps: atMonitor or smcFanControl OSX might also take more resources than Windows. To minimize running apps, clear your startup items under Users in System Preferences, or check your Activity Monitor which shows your CPU% and ...


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I attach answer here as you guys suggested. SOLVED - Bootcamp Windows 7 installation without USB, ODD OK, I'll explain how I worked it. I followed almost of all of David's method here and here, but there are little differences. Before we start, please note that I'm using MacPro4,1 which does not support USB installation of boot camp and I detached ODD. ...


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The answer is you can not period. Your Mac's firmware does not support booting any windows installer from a USB port. I assume your Mac does not have a working DVD (optical) drive. If it did, using a DVD would be the recommend way to install Windows on your model Mac.


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While you could technically use dd to image a smaller partition onto a larger partition and it still show using the space of the smaller partition you'll not be able to resize the NTFS partition using Disk Utility. Also the GPT and PMBR will not be synced and that will need to be resolved. Windows 7 will also need to be reactivated. That said, using ...


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Here is the page which helped me to enable this option http://crshd.github.io/2014/11/16/Creating-Windows-USB-on-OSX/ Creating a Windows installer from OS X is actually quite simple - Boot Camp Assistant can do it for you. If you’re on a newer machine without an optical drive, you probably have an option that says “Create a Windows 7 or later version ...


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The only solution I found so far is a Chinese software called "Tungbu". Unlike Itunes it provides a simple solution to download voices memos with their titles (their title should probably not be too long).


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I've had similar issues : while I was holding the key, the system would do as if if didn't recognize the keyboard(I'm on a iMac, with Bluetooth connection between the computer and the keyboard). On the contrary, with a usb port keyboard, it worked anytime ! (but that wasn't practical to plug another keyboard) I understood that you have to be sure that the ...


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Have you checked the settings in iTunes? iTunes- Edit-Preferences


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Check the Startup folder in the Start menu. Otherwise it could be an option that is built into iTunes' settings.


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I was able to figure it out. First I tried installing Windows 7 via USB thumb drive however that didn't work. So I purchased an Apple USB SuperDrive and used my Window 7 Home Premium DVD and Boot Camp Assistant to accomplish the task.


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finally I did it. all I did I run win7 installation by using DVD player not by USB. All you need is a Boot Camp, Apple's DVD player and Win7 DVD. I did it after 6 months of trying by googling.


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Boot Camp Assistant is already in Applications > Utilities. It doesn't need to be downloaded. If the card was good enough to install Windows from last time, it ought to be good enough to do it again.



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