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If you are creating a Windows install disk then you can't unselect the option to download the Windows support software. Boot Camp Assistant, whilst creating the boot disk, will copy the relevant support software into the install media. This process requires a copy of the Windows support software which it will download from the internet. There is currently ...


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CPX ports are virtual ports that use your existing COM ports to communicate with your Datacard printer. No additional hardware is needed. Setting up an additional port in this way tells Windows to use a software component (called a Port Monitor) for printing to your Datacard printer. From: ...


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You have to Hold option key upon start up, two HDD will apperas, select the bootcamp disk or windows disk and you are done.


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The slow-motion effect applied to the video in Photos.app is not actually applied to the video file. This means that the 120 fps video remains at 120 fps and is played at this higher fps in Windows. To slow down the video, use a video editor, either on Windows or on the iOS device (such as iMovie which is free on the 5s) to save the slowed video file.


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I asked myself the same question. It appears that the best and easiest solution is to buy the Slo-mo app for £0.69 which allows you to choose the slow effect location but then save it as a normal movie file. It can then be played as usual. Bit of the con this as we should be able to do this within the ios iself!


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Hold ⌥ on boot and select your OS X partition. This changes your boot partition once for that time you boot. If you want to change it permanently, boot to OS X, open System Preferences → Startup Disk and select your OS X partition, or boot to Windows, open the Boot Camp Control Panel and select the OS X partition as the boot partition. Then, you will need ...


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If both system are using the IMAP mail provider all you have to do is setup the connection to the mail server and all the emails and folders will be copied down to the windows computer. That is what IMAP is for. The mail stays on the server, and can be store on the local computer also, and when you connect to the server with another device, computer, phone ...


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There is no way to convert .ipa file to .exe or other windows application file. To port program to other OS you need rewrite source code of program and compile it on target OS. Really, just try find analog of you program on Windows OS.


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Apple mail archive are in .mbox format which is not a supported Outlook format in windows. You cannot import this file, that's why. You might want to look for a .mbox to .pst converter. To help you out this might help you: Trial MBOX Converter


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It’s the same end result as the tutorial above, but ievms is way easier—all the steps are automated. Just run: curl -s https://raw.github.com/xdissent/ievms/master/ievms.sh | env IEVMS_VERSIONS="10" bash and you’ll have a fully functional VM with IE10.


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There is MenuEverywhere, which adds a menu like this on top of windows: It's not really usable in my opinion though. It looks a bit glitchy when you move or resize a window, and sometimes the menu does not appear at all. It doesn't remove OS X's normal menu bar. If a window is at the top of a screen, the menu is shown over the title bar. It also adds the ...


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Way back in the OS 9 days, we could install hacks to do crazy things like recolour windows and move around those window controls, but now they are simply buried too close to the metal to do system-wide. Back in those days too many of these hacks would cause system instability. I'm sure Apple could have built in such customization cleanly in OS X, and indeed ...


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Yah disk utility is bound and determined to not let you (or itself) potentially erase any more data, especially if it sees the signature of another disk partitioning utility. Welcome to the Wonderful World of Macintosh Computing... sigh. Probably your best bet is to back up your Mac and Windows data (if not already) and boot the Mac from the COMMAND-R ...



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