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I've found iCloud Photo syncing for Windows to be incredibly unreliable. After multiple re-installs of the iCloud Control Panel, and eventually moving to a new PC, it never syncs photos reliably. The best it can do is show the oldest several photos that's still in my iCloud Photo Stream when I happened to install it. They never go away and the folder is ...


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This is a whole bunch of links so I'm not really sure it qualifies as an answer... Windows -> Parallels - possible with the Parallels Transporter Agent software - http://kb.parallels.com/uk/115007 Parallels -> Bootcamp - http://www.tylercrumpton.com/?p=90 Windows straight to Bootcamp [needs WinClone, not free] - ...


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After unmounting your drive in the Finder, try opening Disk Utility, and see if the drive can be ejected. After ejection (if done), VirtualBox may see the device.


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Try using TinyUmbrella from this link blog.firmwareumbrella.com


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Here is a clear matrix showing the proper download link of the necessary Boot Camp Support Software depending on your mac model and the Windows version you want to use: Bootcamp Drivers


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I've found three conceptual hurdles that one needs to understand for any of this to make sense. Keyboard and Mouse Profiles For starters, it should be made clear that in VMWare Fusion's application preferences, you edit settings for a keyboard and mouse profile, but these settings do not necessarily apply to your current virtual machine! Your VM is ...


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The (fixed) Pre-Installation Environment (boot.wim) of your Windows_7.iso doesn't contain the necessary drivers to use the USB3-interface of your Late 2013 Macbook Retina. So a "non-standard Windows7.iso" including "additional drivers" without injecting/implementing them into the boot.wim won't help much either. Btw BOOT (X:) is not your install drive but ...


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Through experimentation, I found that disconnecting the Apple extended keyboard from an unpowered USB bus and reconnecting it directly to a USB port on the back of my Apple Cinema Display fixed this problem. Apparently the firmware that's necessary to choose which partition to boot from won't act on holding down the Option key otherwise.


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Try annotate.net. It works on both PC and Mac has a full featured 7 day free trial and even after the expiration of the trial, allows u 10 minutes of free Airplay indefinitely. Can be used across multiple computers unlike Airserver or Reflector which is tied to a single computer.


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I have spent long time on this and finally found a work around to restore DMG image file of windows 7 to a partition on mac drive and then boot in to widows holding option ket at start up or in startup option. Just didn't want to type loads, as this is an old post and maybe everyone else has found away too. Cheers Danny


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You can't. Apple has implemented a Compatibility Support Module (CSM) into the Mac firmware that emulates the PC BIOS specification. Since the Mac firmware is not 100% UEFI compliant, that CSM is the only way Windows can boot on a Mac. Unfortunately, the ACPI tables in that CSM are just the bare minimum necessary to allow Windows to boot and nothing more. ...



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