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Freelance software developer with an extended experience in the Apple Macintosh platform (started in the CodeWarrior/CFM/68k/Mac toolbox/pre-PPC/pre-Carbon/pre-Cocoa era). I do some incursions in the iOS, linux, web and windows worlds occasionally (in that order).


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comment In Finder, the file size is dimmed
to my knowledge, it's not
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answered Schedule multiple wake up times for Mac?
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answered (Batch) moving iTunes songs to ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music/Artist/SongName
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comment (Batch) moving iTunes songs to ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music/Artist/SongName
My iTunes 10.6.3 moves the files instantly, so I don't think there are Time Machine considerations here. In the Preferences -> Advanced, is the iTunes Library path correct? Are the 2 next checkboxes checked?
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comment In Finder, the file size is dimmed
You can also check [the Refresh Finder free utility] (soderhavet.com/refresh), it does not always work for "stuck dimmed sizes", but your mileage may vary.
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answered In Finder, the file size is dimmed
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comment Disable mounting Internal Macintosh HD at boot
The OP title is clearly about preventing a partition to mount. You are trying to do something totally different here: disable a sata device from being seen, which only can be done in software at the driver/ioreg level. I'm not sure you can do that in a way that would be easier than open the machine and unplug the cable.
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answered Disable mounting Internal Macintosh HD at boot
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revised Can I clone my existing MacOS and Windows partitions onto a new SSD in my Macbook Pro?
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comment Can I clone my existing MacOS and Windows partitions onto a new SSD in my Macbook Pro?
You're right. I'm adding a part about the bootcamp partition.
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revised Can I clone my existing MacOS and Windows partitions onto a new SSD in my Macbook Pro?
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answered Can I clone my existing MacOS and Windows partitions onto a new SSD in my Macbook Pro?
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