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Feb
25
comment Time Machine completed a verification of your backups. To improve reliability, Time Machine must create a new backup for you
it's not a network intermittency issue. I get the same error message if I plug my laptop into the Time Capsule directly (wired). and it's not a problem with the TC either. I have other MBPs that back up to it (not upgraded to El Capitan) that work just fine. this is an El Capitan problem
Feb
24
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Feb
24
asked Time Machine completed a verification of your backups. To improve reliability, Time Machine must create a new backup for you
Apr
9
comment A better dashboard dictionary widget
widgets are easier to use. they're just a swipe away
Sep
24
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Sep
18
comment How do I simulate the Insert key in Windows on a MacBook Pro?
I'm running VMWare
Sep
16
comment How do I simulate the Insert key in Windows on a MacBook Pro?
why not? I'm running Windows on a MBP running Mavericks
Jul
28
comment How do I simulate the Insert key in Windows on a MacBook Pro?
not on my hardware (I have an early 2013 MacBook Pro) running Mavericks. for me, Fn + Return just generates a return
Jul
28
comment How do I simulate the Insert key in Windows on a MacBook Pro?
@NickT, as per the other thread, Fn + Return evaluates to just Return on my hardware
Jul
28
comment How do I simulate the Insert key in Windows on a MacBook Pro?
@NickT, I have a MBP (2.8GHz) running OSX 10.9.4 and I'm RDPing into Windows Server 2012 via the 8.0.7 client
Jul
25
comment How do I simulate the Insert key in Windows on a MacBook Pro?
because that solution doesn't work for everyone (like me)
Jul
23
comment How do I simulate the Insert key in Windows on a MacBook Pro?
by the same token, Fn + . = Del
Jul
23
answered How do I simulate the Insert key in Windows on a MacBook Pro?
Nov
10
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