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The typical place for this kind of information is one of /System/Library (for OS specific stuff) /Library (for system-wide preferences/settings valid for all users) ~/Library (for user-specific preferences/settings) and the folders beneath them (e.g. Application Support and Preferences). They are saved as individual files, usually named so you can ...


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Only because OS X offers a convenient way to repair permissions shouldn't be taken as an indicator that other operating systems don't need similar functionality as well. At least in the Linux world it depends on the distribution whether something similar is available and how it is run (e.g. periodically via cron). As for the "why is this required in the ...


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Windows does actually require equivalent permissions fixes, it's just that there is no built-in tool to do it all automatically. Analogous processes such as sfc /scannow etc or any of the suite of tools from tweaking.com provide easier user access to those underlying system tools.


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Press Control+Command ⌘ at the same time to release the mouse from the VirtualBox window.


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I found an answer here: http://superuser.com/questions/53935/getting-mac-os-x-applications-to-close-after-last-window-closed Essentially, there's a program called RedQuits that automatically quits application when you close the last window. BUT, it does no work for Yosemite. So still no dice. The thing about applications not closing when hiting Cmd-Q was ...


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Launch the Boot Camp Assistant. Click the Continue button in the first screen. Select the Create or Remove a Windows Partition option in the next screen Click Continue again. Select the drive that has your Boot Camp partition, enable the Restore Disk to a Single Mac OS Partition option, and click Continue. You’ll be prompted for your administrator’s name ...


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Apple helps: Boot Camp: Remove Windows from your Mac How you remove Windows from your Mac depends on whether you installed Windows on a disk that has multiple partitions or one that has a single partition. Important: Back up all important data stored on your Windows partition. If you installed Windows on a disk that has multiple ...


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The best way to attack this is to make a good backup (perhaps two - one to iTunes and another iCloud) and then restore the device. When you activate the phone, don't sign in to iCloud at all (or the app store) - just set it up as a new device. From there you can look at storage and then slowly add your Apple Accounts. When you sign in to iCloud - look at ...


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You can install windows via BootCamp on an external drive. However to install a newer version of windows that BootCamp doesn't support you need to first install a supported version then upgrade inside of windows to a newer version. My best suggestion though is to install via a virtual machine.


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I will offer the following link for to the drivers needed to install windows for your machine. You will need to download the zip file found at Boot Camp Support Software 5.1.5621


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I need some more information before I can answer your question. First, what model is your mac? Second, please run the following commands from the OS X Terminal app. Please post the results for me to read. sudo diskutil list sudo disktuil cs list sudo gpt -r -vvv show -l /dev/disk0 sudo fdisk /dev/disk0 All these commands do is list information about your ...



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