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I just had the same problem on osx 10.11, I have used refind before and thought that installing it might help, as it turns out it did and it works fine, the main difference between refit and refind is that by default refit installs to the os x root partition but refind install s th the hidden EFI partition meaning that it shouldn't just stop working randomly ...
Reboot into Recovery Mode by pressing Command+R while the MacBook starts. Navigate to Utilities and then Terminal. Enter csrutil disable ; reboot which will disable System Integrity Protection (SIP) and restart the MacBook (Disabling SIP will allow us to replace the original Info.plist with the modified one). Once booted back to normal mode, enter mv ...
Go to Control Panel / System and Security / System. In the System window check the System type for wether your operating system is 32-bit or 64 bit type. Make sure your iTunes is 32 or 64 bit as per your operating system. If this is ok then - Type services.msc and click Ok. Make sure Apple Mobile Device Services is set to Automatic. If this is ok ...
I managed to install a Windows 8.1 Pro on a Samsung Portable SSD T1 drive using the following instructions: http://www.reddit.com/r/mac/comments/18re5z/run_windows_8_off_usb_on_your_mac/ For this purpose, I used a Parallels Desktop virtual machine. Also, since my Windows image file contained a Install.esd file instead of a Install.wim, I had to replace the ...
For info and future searches ... With steps identical or very similar to those mentionned in the 2nd tuto (BleeptoBleep) i managed to install Windows 8.1 on an external SSD /thunderbolt and a late 2015 iMac 5K 27 retina i7 4G but not Windows 7 due to a potential incompatibility (havent found out the reason) with hardware and/or OS El Capitan (boot disk not ...
I managed to install Windows 8 on the system, and would like to post my findings, since I am sure others will run into the same issues I faced. The problem reported in this post had to do with the windows iso images themselves, not with Bootcamp or EFI. To make sure your system will even see the USB at all, make sure it has the file /efi/boot/bootx64.efi ...
There is a HDMI to Thunderbolt converter; many of the newer Windows laptops have an HDMI-out (that I usually connect to a projector); can I use this HDMI -> Thunderbolt to push the Windows desktop to the Mac.
Check device manager to see if the iphone is listed, or if you have anything with a question or exclamation mark. Edit- also check disk management (just type diskmgmt.msc on start menu and press enter, or into windows + R run box and press enter) to see if the drive is possibly detected without a letter assigned.
The setup proposed in the setup guide provides a dual-drive environment with a "swapped" system. The faster SSD finally contains the system, some user folders and all apps and the slower but larger HDD contains your user data. If your Windows Parallels VM is stored in your user folder (the default path is /User/[username]/Documents/Parallels.../) it will ...
I would recommend just installing Windows 7 as you would with Windows 8 +. Substitutes: Hold down the option key while turning on your computer instead of using refind, this will give you a boot menu. Uncheck all the options in boot camp, except the option to install drivers to a usb stick. Go to disk utility, make a new partition, and set it to MSDOS ...
Here as an article that describes how to get the option back http://tsentas.net/create-a-windows-7-or-later-version-install-disk-missing-on-el-capitan/
You can download Bonjour for Windows from Apple's Bonjour support pages. Bonjour for Windows is bundled with Bonjour Print Services for Windows: Bonjour Print Services for Windows lets you discover and configure Bonjour-enabled printers from your Windows computer using the Bonjour Printer Wizard.
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