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location Helsinki, Finland
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seen Oct 19 at 17:31

Nov
6
comment Why does my MBP say it was restarted “because of a problem”?
Does your Console.app log tell you anything more about the problem?
Nov
6
answered When I close the lid and open it later in the day, will command line programs resume?
Nov
5
answered How to cleanup HDD after installing a new OS X version using TimeMachine?
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Feb
8
awarded  Yearling
Jul
18
answered How can I automatically log out the guest account after a period of inactivity?
Mar
1
answered iTunes library sync between two computers
Mar
1
answered How do I run a cron job on a Mac?
Mar
1
answered Why can't I resize my existing partition?
Mar
1
comment How to enable AirPrint on iPod Touch after iOS 4.2 Upgrade?
OK, can you go into photos, open up a Photo an then open the menu from the leftmost button? Then take a screenshot of this. You take screenshots by keeping the home button pressed and then pressing the power button, the screen should flash.
Feb
27
comment How do I get the latest drivers for boot camp and windows 7
@Ralph - The Bootcamp software on OS X is a different software than Bootcamp installed into Windows. You do need the latest OS X Bootcamp software to install Win 7
Feb
27
answered Why doesn't Windows 7 boot with BootCamp?
Feb
26
answered Can I delete any of the default apps the come with OS X?
Feb
26
answered Using caps lock key instead of right click (contextual menu)
Feb
25
answered Restore iphone backup to windows
Feb
25
comment What are the differences between minimizing and hiding an application?
Remeber that you can set hidden apps to have transparent icons! Just put this into Terminal: defaults write com.apple.Dock showhidden -bool YES; killall Dock
Feb
25
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
25
answered Can Apple delete an app installed via iTunes or the App Store without your permission?
Feb
24
comment How to enable AirPrint on iPod Touch after iOS 4.2 Upgrade?
@Arne - Plug your iPhone to your computer, then in iTunes, on the first page there is a button 'Restore'. Remember that this erases all data from the phone.
Feb
24
comment Is “ignore volume ownership” the default for non-system partitions?
Well I know that much, that I can access my Mac OS drive contents from my Bootcamp windows, don't know if it has anything to do with these permissions.