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As you stated, you can hold down the option key at startup to invoke the Startup Manager. If you hold down the control key while selecting one of the displayed partitions, then chosen partition will become the new default startup partition.


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I have an 27' Imac 2011, which according to Apple is not supported for Windows 10 install. I just walked through the steps of Bootcamp 6.0.1, downloaded the Bootcamp support files, created the Windows partition in Bootcamp, inserted a DVD of the W10 x64 ISO that I downloaded from MS and followed the procedures. The only problem I encountered (eventhough I ...


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OneDrive allows you to sync to whatever folder you desire. In your case, point it to a OneDrive folder in the shared Windows document folder. The Mac will simply have this folder in its Document folder as well. Whenever Windows is running, it will sync with Onedrive and populate the shared folder. Of course, since you don't have OneDrive on the Mac, it won't ...


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You have not begun to given enough information to correctly diagnose your problem. This answer this therefore is based on many assumptions. I know Windows 10 can be installed using the EFI boot method on the newer Mac computers. I do not know if this includes your model. Although, if your Mac does support booting Windows via EFI, then, I believe you should ...


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It's your virtualization software that provides the RDP server, not OS X itself. I don't know what you are using specifically, so I will frame my answer using VirtualBox as the example. However, the principle is basically the same. On my FreeBSD VM that I have running on my iMac (10.11.5), I have the option to turn on Remote Display as well as configure ...


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The 200 GB of your hard drive spaces were partially formatted with NTFS and went unrecognized due to a failed installation. There are couple of options which may work out. First: A fresh install of the OS X after you have backed up the Macintosh HDD. Second, a third party software that can reformat the 200 GB of HDD space to OS X Extended Journaled.


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Enable Wi-Fi on bootcamp Windows 7, you must install external driver for Wi-Fi. BroadcomWirelessWin7x32 driver compatible with 32 or 64 OS. Get more about that i fixed on my Macbook bootcamp installed windows 7. Wi-Fi not working on windows 7 MacBook boot camp


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This is for Windows 7, but should work for Windows 10 A quick search on the Apple Support site, I was able to find instructions on downloading the correct driver. I have condensed them here for quick reference: Download the Netxtreme Mobile/Desktop Driver. It will say that it's not supported, but the .inf file does include the requisite driver ...


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Maybe for others who find the question: But it's no pop up! It's more like a chat. One machine has to be the Server: nc -v -l 12345 -v: verbose (more information about execution of the command) 12345: any port of your choice higher than 1024 All other machines can be client(s): nc -v [ip of server] 12345 -v: look above [ip of server] to find out ...


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You should download "OneDrive" on your iPhone. Then on your OneDrive account you set your iPhone to upload all pictures on Photos. All your pictures will be uploaded. Then you open https://onedrive.live.com by your Windows 10. It can work with iCloud as well, but I like OneDrive more. That's how I duplicate my pictures on iPhone to Windows 10. Good luck!


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The only way to do this is to pay for a Windows license and either dual boot or run in an emulator like Parallels or VMWare. Even if you could get trade for a Mac-specific version of the software you bought, CS3 isn't going to work well on anything other than older versions of OS X.


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You are not going to get a Mac license of CS3 from Adobe. The software is 9-10 years old and Adobe has no interest in supporting anything but their CC offerings. Your best bet is to see if you can get an old copy from the secondary market like eBay.


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Make sure SMB sharing is enabled under the options in the sharing panel.


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You can install Windows XP along with OS X El Capitan using a swap disk trick. You will need to have both a Windows XP cd-rom and Windows 7/8/10 DVD, and a USB drive. You will also need the original Mac OS X DVD that came with your Mac Mini to install the Windows XP drivers. If you don't have the Mac OS X disc that came with your Mac Mini, you can download ...


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Do you have /etc/nsmb.conf or ~/Library/Preferences/nsmb.conf files on either the machines that do or do not manage to connect? If you do, what is their content? If you do the following commands on a non-working OSX box; what do you get back? ping <servername> smbutil lookup <servername> smbutil status <servername> smbutil identity -N ...


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Try running this command in Terminal: sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.smb.server.plist SigningRequired -bool false


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Bonjour is installed on Windows alongside iTunes or iCloud Control Panel. If you have either of these it is expected to be found to be installed. Bonjour can also be required by other programs or installed separately, so it's existence is not too unusual.


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I tried most of the methods listed in this thread to create a Windows 7 bootable USB and none worked for me. What ended working was: Follow the steps in Boot Camp to create the bootable USB. Install Parallels on my mac loading Windows from the USB I created in step 1. In Parallels, download and install Windows USB/DVD download tool Use Windows USB/DVD ...


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If you make the iTunes download believe you are 32-bit Windows, it will provide you with the 32-bit installer. Change the user agent string following instructions for your browser (this guide seems to work) to something like Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win32, x86; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko so it appears you are running 32-bit Windows. Visit the ...


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I recently installed XP SP3 on an old MacBook Pro 1,1 15" Core Duo (running OS X 10.6.8) for Boot Camp you must use the Snow Leopard original install/upgrade DVD (post XP install) which includes the Boot Camp 3.0.4 drivers for XP 32 bit. AFAICT the Apple Boot Camp 3.2 "update" drivers are the last that were compatible with XP 32bit SP3 (note you must be ...


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You can send SMS from your computer. Use mysms.com, register your mobile number and login through that. After that, you can send sms from your computer, which will get routed through your phone, which means you have to have your phone and the computer connected to the internet. This works with Android OS. For MAC, there is only one way, i.e. to use ...


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Here's a way to transfer photos to your computer (Windows 8 and above) Connect your iPhone to a trusted computer using the lightning cable. It is important that the computer is trusted. iPhones do not connect to the computer otherwise. The Photos app should automatically open. If it does not, you can open it using the Windows start menu or search bar. ...



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