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I'm not sure such a plugin exists, but A Better Finder Rename is a very powerful app which, in addition to a million and one ways to rename files, has a function to translate OS X filenames for Windows NTFS/SMB compatibility: I used it a few years ago to process ~35,000 PDF files made on a Mac, but which needed to be stored on a SMB server. Worked like a ...


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The following iTunes version seems to work (tested in Windows 7 x64): iTunes 12.1.1.4.


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Thanks to ScunnerDarkly's comments and this link, I found the correct settings in the Intel Iris Control Panel. For any who have a similar issue: In particular make sure to select "Custom Settings" on the right and set both to "Application Settings."


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There is no way to lift the 90 day hold without contacting Apple support. You might not get much traction there, but it's worth a try. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204074 Turning on iTunes Match, Family Sharing, or Automatic Downloads, or when you download past purchases on your computer, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, that device becomes associated ...


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This post seems like the most likely answer to your question. In Terminal, cd to your drive where ls should list all files, including your hidden ones. To 'unhide' a file in Finder, type chflags nohidden [folder name] Where [folder name] is obviously the name of your hidden folder. Note I've confirmed this working on my Mac running OSX.10 Yosemite and ...


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Here is how to burn a bootable USB stick (taken from the Ubuntu website): Open the Terminal (in /Applications/Utilities/ or query Terminal in Spotlight). Convert the .iso file to .img using the convert option of hdiutil e.g., hdiutil convert -format UDRW -o ~/path/to/target.img ~/path/to/windows.iso Note: OS X tends to put the .dmg ending on the output ...


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According to the Ubuntu site, you can do the following: Launch Disk Utility (Applications → Utilities → Disk Utility). Insert your blank CD/DVD. Drag and drop your .iso file to the left pane in Disk Utility. Now both the blank disc and the .iso should be listed. Select the .iso file, and click on the Burn button in the toolbar. Ensure that the "Verify ...


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The USB stick cannot boot on Mac without Bootcamp. The Windows expects a BIOS, but Mac has EFI. That's why you cannot boot from that USB stick.


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Alright, this was purely my own fault. After turning on Directory Services logging and discovering that no attempt was made it turned out to be the Ethernet jack the Mac was plugged into was going into another non-production lab environment. 5502 isn't super helpful by itself!


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This piece of software recovered all my lost files! Data Rescue 3 External Drive Recovery By PROSOFT Engineering, Inc.


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You can find the solution on this link: How to import to Mac/Windows the iOS edited images without losing the changes ;-)


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Adobe recommends: Mac users: don't use Preview For Macintosh system users: DO NOT use the Preview program to fill in the PDF form. Adobe Reader is the only program that will allow you to work with the form properly, and allow us to read the results once back on a Windows machine. The fillable PDF forms are created with Adobe app. If opened ...


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I'have same problem and I found this solution. I hope useful... http://twocanoes.com/winclone/support/migrate-windows-8-to-an-external-drive-using-winclone-4.3-and-later


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Firstly, I would think about how much you want to share between the two. What documents are you going to be messing with on both sides. If it's a significant amount you might want to consider a third partition for documents, and then setup a partition each for the OSs to boot from. Given the time spent in each you probably want full performance from each ...


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I just followed http://cordlessdog.com/stay/, works great for me, with a little lag though Once you have stay installed on your mac, you can launch it and store the windows however you want. So whenever you disconnect your displays and connect back, you will have all the windows restored. You might have to add stay as your startup application, because you ...


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the guy've written a small c# app to change the registry settings for all devices. It enumerates every device and changes the 'FlipFlopWheel' setting to 1 or 0 depending on which button you press. the full source is available on github, the source code that actually does the flipping the registry setting (<100 lines) is here: ...


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When you log-in, after bootcamp.exe start, you will hear a sound like bing and then the keyboard lights will turn on. Sometimes, Windows is updated and maybe make the lights doesn't work. If you don't see the lights, go to Task Manager, and look up bootcamp.exe. In case it's own CPU field > 0%, a sign is easily found by right click on Bootcamp icon on ...



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