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Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
4
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Sep
26
accepted Mac printing error: paper size unresolvable conflict
Sep
26
answered Mac printing error: paper size unresolvable conflict
Sep
24
asked Mac printing error: paper size unresolvable conflict
Sep
7
revised Mac alternative boot loader for booting legacy OS from USB
Focusing on finding a way to boot from USB
Sep
1
comment Mac alternative boot loader for booting legacy OS from USB
There is no OSX on the USB, its the Windows 7 installer...
Sep
1
revised Mac alternative boot loader for booting legacy OS from USB
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Sep
1
revised Mac alternative boot loader for booting legacy OS from USB
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Sep
1
comment Mac alternative boot loader for booting legacy OS from USB
Its not a problem with corruption or incorrect formatting. I put the USB into another (newer) MacBook and can boot into it absolutely fine. This is a problem with my MacBook not being able to boot from USBs
Sep
1
asked Mac alternative boot loader for booting legacy OS from USB
Jul
24
comment Dual boot Kali with Mac
I also thought the rEFInd tool was only needed for booting into OSs that don't support EFI booting. Kali 1.0.8 does support it so would I need to use rEFInd?
Jul
24
comment Dual boot Kali with Mac
I tried using rEFInd. If I boot into the Kali USB using rEFInd it gives a list of errors (all the same): Error: not found from LocateDevicePath and it tells me to press any key to continue, which takes me back to the rEFInd menu.
Jul
24
asked Dual boot Kali with Mac
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
30
revised Automator service to extract file and delete parent
Included picture of the workflow from the link
Jun
30
accepted Automator service to extract file and delete parent
Jun
30
answered Automator service to extract file and delete parent
Jun
13
asked Why can Quicktime play AC3 audio but iTunes can't