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comment Sharing a Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse sequentially between two Macs
The problem with a KVM switch is with the OS. When you switch from one computer to the other, the first one loose the BT connectivity. So when you come back, the OS has to find the mouse / keyboard again and there is a lag that can take upon 10 seconds (using myself a Belkin Soho 4 ports KVM). That can make the deal, but it's very frustating having to wait looong seconds before being able to do something after each switch.
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comment Where do I look in iTunes to find sync errors?
This is the correct answer
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comment Reinstalling MacOS X Snow Leopard on a Mac over a crashed linux Ubuntu
FYI, I've burned a linux boot CD (Ultimate Boot CD), inserted it into the booted Mac under crashed Ubuntu (no ejection), Hard reset, then kept the C key during boot. The CD reader did not "move", and Ubuntu started/crashed as usual.
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comment Reinstalling MacOS X Snow Leopard on a Mac over a crashed linux Ubuntu
I have done what you advised, you can see my EDIT 1 for details of the operation.
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comment Reinstalling MacOS X Snow Leopard on a Mac over a crashed linux Ubuntu
I'll try with another keyboard. If I have such a hardware issue, would Ubuntu start to load as it does ?
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comment Maintaining 1:1 rendering on high res screen (Snow Leopard)
I have a Dell U2713HM that do not have 1:1 setting. It is set to 16:9 (of course). When connected onto my PC with a GeForce GTX260, and setting in the drivers a 1:1 ratio driven by the graphic card, I have the black borders. The same screen on the Mac Mini, and the picture is stretched.
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comment Maintaining 1:1 rendering on high res screen (Snow Leopard)
That does not work. That's what I've done, but the display is stretched to the screen size, and not maintained at a 1:1 pixel ratio. No wide black bands anywhere... How do you get them ?
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