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  • Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP)
  • Apple Certified Associate (ACA) in Integration
  • Apple Product Professional (APP)
  • Apple Certified Macintosh Technician (ACMT)

Microsoft Windows SBS 2008 (Small Business Server) Network Administrator, supporting Windows 7 clients.

Former Volunteer Business Administrator for the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra.

I have also been a technical writer, computer magazine tech journalist, music critic and music journalist, copywriter and publicist, and professional musician.


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revised MacBook Pro display turns black when unplugging external HDMI monitor
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comment Repartition hard drive with bootcamp on it
I think that trying to go with two versions of OS X in addition to BootCamp and Windows would probably not work. When you install Lion, Mountain Lion or Mavericks, it wants to create a new hidden, secret Recovery HD. So each Mac OS X is in fact two partitions, not one. Having multiple Recovery HD partitions would be really complicated. There may be a way to get around this, but it may not work. Back up everything to its own hard drive in its own native file format before you try to change anything.
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answered Repartition hard drive with bootcamp on it
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comment MacBook Pro display turns black when unplugging external HDMI monitor
What kind of external monitor are you using? VGA, DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI, Thunderbolt, USB 3?
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comment Did Mavericks solve the Safari Airplay delay?
OK, fine, but what happens when you connect your MacBook Pro to the Airport Express using Ethernet rather than WiFi? I still say you need to get a newer 802.11n or 802.11ac WiFi router. Your old Airport Express with 802.11g and 10/100base T is not going to cut it.
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comment Did Mavericks solve the Safari Airplay delay?
The original Airport Express from 2004 is an 802.11 b and g device. Its WiFi signal is extremely slow by modern standards. No wonder any kind of high resolution video you are streaming is of lower quality and out-of-sync. The video that was online in 2004 was much lower resolution than the videos that are available online in 2014, meaning that a 2004 router is not fast enough for modern video. Now tell us about the other devices in the signal chain and their WiFi capabilities.
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comment Did Mavericks solve the Safari Airplay delay?
It probably has more to do with WiFi speeds than the Mac OS X version you are running. What is your complete signal chain? What model Macintosh are you using? What model Airport Express? What is it connecting to, a television, another Mac, something else? Are you using WiFi g or WiFi n on the Mac, on the Airport Express, and on the target device? Have you tried connecting your Mac to the AirPort Express using an Ethernet cable rather than WiFi? That will increase your video streaming throughput dramatically.