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It depends on how you run Windows and the amount of RAM you have in your Macbook Air (4GB or 8GB) If you're running Windows through virtualization software like Parallels Desktop or VMWare Fusion, indeed expect performance issues. The system has to run 2 OS'es and definitely on a 4GB Macbook Air this might require some serious disk swapping (granted, ...


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This was (or obviously still is in VirtualBox 5?) a known bug of VirtualBox 3 which should have been fixed in 4.0.0! The workaround is disabling the use of the new async I/O code... done by ticking "Use host I/O cache" for the SATA (and SCSI) controllers.


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One of the backup folders was causing a problem. Here is where the backups are stored: On Windows at %AppData%\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\ On Mac it's at ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup Here's what to do: Move all the folders in the Backup folder to a different location Move a single folder back (I did it in reverse chronological ...


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There's a subtle difference in the 2 technologies-- and kind of a misnomer. Apple's remote screen sharing technology is based on VNC -- Virtual Network Computing. You'd think this would be a virtualized technology that would provide you with whatever screen resolution you wanted, right? And Windows RDP -- Remote Desktop Protocol -- it would only give you ...


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Loved this post, I used it to make photos think my bursts weren't bursts. Useful when you've picked out all the photos you want and have to import them back in. This script (all it does is ensure all burst photos have a unique uuid) needs exiftools installed on a mac. You can probably run it on windows with a few changes.... #!/bin/bash #move files in a ...


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Looks like that you are using iTunes for Windows. The menubar is hidden in iTunes. In order to turn on the menubar follow the instructions provided on Apple support page link given below. You can turn on and keep it temporarily or permanently. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202662


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There is an application that comes with your Mac (in /Applications/Utilities) called Boot Camp Assistant. Launch that and follow the instructions provided on screen. I am guessing that you have a disk image file of the Windows installer on your computer. If you double-click on it it will open up into a virtual hard drive. If that is the case Boot Camp ...


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I finally can boot to Bootcamp EFI partition with the help of this answer. In order to boot to Bootcamp EFI partition, you have to bless the EFI partition of the disk that you install Bootcamp, too. So it goes something like this: bless -device /dev/disk0s1 -mount /Volumes/BOOTCAMP -setBoot -nextonly.



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