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Check out my iPhone Apps Clickkr, Block, and Tijd on the App Store. -Thanks to everyone at Stack Overflow for helping! I know I definitely couldn't have done it without you.

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comment I have 21.5GB free. Why won't my MacBook Air 2010 let me use Boot Camp?
@Ryan I don't want to install Windows, but unfortunately that's not an option. I need to be able to use some things for an EE class that only run on Windows.
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awarded  Quorum
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comment I have 21.5GB free. Why won't my MacBook Air 2010 let me use Boot Camp?
What can you tell me about installing Windows on a USB drive? Can I use a flash drive or does it have to be a hard drive? This seems like the best solution because VirtualBox won't work with the myDAQ I need to use Windows with. I thought of a USB drive before but dismissed it because I thought Mac OS X couldn't boot from USB flash drives. Thanks for the quick answer!
Feb
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comment I have 21.5GB free. Why won't my MacBook Air 2010 let me use Boot Camp?
......But I did think about the SWAP file, like you said. But it shouldn't be 10GB. I looked at it with DaisyDisk and the file is around 3GB, which is instantly deleted if the space is needed. As far as defragmentation goes, Mac OS X will only automatically defragment files under 20MB, which is something that surprised me when I learned it because I originally had the same thought as you. I also don't think that having 10GB free will slow my computer. The MBA has Flash memory, not a regular HDD, so it's not affected by that phenomenon, at least it wasn't when I only had 100MB free.
Feb
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comment I have 21.5GB free. Why won't my MacBook Air 2010 let me use Boot Camp?
Yeah I use DaisyDisk on a daily basis it seems. At one point I had 100MB free TOTAL. My MBA has a 64GB hard drive. The system occupies about 20GB of that with it's OS and various libraries and stuff, so that's like 44GB free, then -10GB for Xcode and SDKs, then -5GB for Photoshop, Illustrator, Word, iWork Suite, and Aperture. That means I have only used about 8 GB total for all my other applications and files. That's pretty good seeing as my graphic art files are often hundreds of MBs or even a few GBs. These are my job, so without these things my system is completely worthless to me.........
Feb
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answered Wet iPhone 4 doesn't know its IMEI and ICCID and displays connect to iTunes but lacks passcode
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awarded  Scholar
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comment Is MotionX GPS capable of caching Google Maps Tiles?
Thanks. It's nice to know that. I'll just use AccuTerra then.
Feb
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accepted Is MotionX GPS capable of caching Google Maps Tiles?
Feb
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comment I have 21.5GB free. Why won't my MacBook Air 2010 let me use Boot Camp?
Yes I have. No avail.
Feb
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revised How can I save Google Maps in iOS for offline use?
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asked Is MotionX GPS capable of caching Google Maps Tiles?
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comment Which Mac to develop iPhone apps?
@Everybody The Mac Mini simply packs the most power for the buck of any Mac on the market right now. For $300 less than a MBA you will get a 2x faster processor and bigger HDD and more RAM, better graphics, et cetera.
Feb
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comment I have 21.5GB free. Why won't my MacBook Air 2010 let me use Boot Camp?
@Dori Yeah I know Macs don't need to be defraged but that's only for files under 20MB. At one point my HDD was down to 100MB free, so I could have large files spread all over the hard drive.
Feb
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asked I have 21.5GB free. Why won't my MacBook Air 2010 let me use Boot Camp?
Feb
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answered How can I map buttons on my PS3 controller to keystrokes on my Mac?
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comment I rename a app folder on the iPhone 3GS using iTunes 10.1 on Mac; then sync causes it to revert
@Brian Yeah, a fresh restore should do the trick... Don't restore from backup.
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comment Application to Monitor Battery Usage by Application
@Cawas It's not
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comment How can I tell if my MacBook's iSight has a hardware problem?
True it won't be. After 5 years, however, it's probably time for a new computer anyway :)