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Jun
14
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Jun
8
comment Another DNS name resolution trouble!
@DavidVincent as said in the comment, after 2-3 months the problem did not occur and eventhough I upgraded to Yosemite (and many people reports problem with the new DNS system), I haven't had DNS problem on OS X. As my network did not change (and my other devices were working during that period), I suspect a problem in early Mountain Lion revision.
May
8
comment Manual mount of NFS got permanent?
@MikeBoers I am curious to know how did you track it down to this file? Did you use a specific tool or was it luck?
May
5
comment Manual mount of NFS got permanent?
@MikeBoers yes and no. I've stopped using NFS on OS X. I did all instructions that was suggested to me in the forum thread that I have linked to in the question. And after a thorough clean-up (which I describe in the forum) I manage to make this message disappear. But in the month after, I had 2-3 times the message reappearing. During this time and after, I went through many updates of OS X and 3rd parties apps, so too many things have changed to be sure of what worked. But I do not have this problem now! But I don't want to use NFS again... :-(
Jan
15
comment MacBook Air logs off automatically since Yosemite
Since I completed those steps I only had once a crash (2 days ago). So it is not a complete fix which hopefully will be provided in a coming updates by Apple, or at least I hope.
Dec
20
awarded  Critic
Dec
20
comment MacBook Air logs off automatically since Yosemite
This is bullshit. Yosemite does not turn ON this option by default! And the link from Apple Support does not support your claim either!
Dec
20
answered MacBook Air logs off automatically since Yosemite
Nov
7
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Oct
15
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Jul
11
comment OS X Finder hangs on tagging
Is it really linked to OS X? I had problems with the Finder hanging, and found out that my Cloud sync solution was transparently updated in the background, and the newer version had a bug with the Finder. It was easy to verify for me, when the cloud sync client was not running, Finder behaved normally. Do you have third party software running in the background that could cause such troubles?
Jun
5
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Apr
21
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Mar
19
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Mar
19
accepted Finder slow/freeze under Mavericks
Mar
19
answered Finder slow/freeze under Mavericks
Feb
18
comment Finder slow/freeze under Mavericks
I did check and repair of the permissions and disk, and it did found a few minor problems (iBooks App permission or free space blocks). But I still have the problem in the icon view.
Feb
18
revised Finder slow/freeze under Mavericks
Add some extra infos.
Feb
18
comment Finder slow/freeze under Mavericks
Nope I haven't done than since the Mavericks upgrade (so last December). I can try it.
Feb
18
asked Finder slow/freeze under Mavericks