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In App Store, selecting Store > Check for Unfinished Downloads did work for me.


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This sounds ridiculously simple, but it has worked for me in the past. Try checking and then unchecking Universal Access » Hearing » Flash the screen when an alert sound occurs -- this really sounds like that is the behavior in question, and sometimes setting it and the unsetting it resets to the desired behavior. This basically checks that the preference ...


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As discovered by corwin.amber in another post, the problem sometimes lies with a dead coreaudiod and can be fixed with: sudo killall coreaudiod


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I've found the solution: Close the "App Store" App Open "Terminal" Enter defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true Open the "App Store" app Now you have in the menu-item "Debug" - open it - and open "Show Download Folder" Delete all files and folders in the folder "com.apple.appstore" Close the "App Store" app Restart the Mac Clean the ...


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Assuming it is now charged… Hold Home & Power buttons for at least 45 seconds, see if it starts up normally. If not… Plug your iPad's USB cable into a computer with iTunes. Hold down the Home button [keep holding] and connect to your iPad. Keep holding the Home button until you see a screen telling you to connect to iTunes. iTunes should show you a ...


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I managed to unzip it with tar. tar xzvf 2015-09-24-raspbian-jessie.zip Requires no installation of additional software


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You can find the app that steals focus by saving the following code in a find_focus_stealer.py file and running it via python find_focus_stealer.py in a terminal. Start running the script – it will print out the name of the active app every 3 seconds. Keep working as usual, wait for the problem to occur, and after a few seconds see the output in the ...


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So we found the Solution: Connect your iPhone/Camera and reopen Photos.app or iPhoto Close iPhoto or Photos.app Disconnect your iPhone/Camera Open Photos/iPhoto again now the PTPCamera Process should be terminated gracefully and won't spawn again in a busy waiting loop. You do not have to do this steps all the time, only necessary to terminate the ...


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The simplest way to get rid of this, at least when it happens for me, is to hover over anything with a tooltip to get a new tooltip. Happens to me quite often with Safari these days, very annoying.


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Here’s a slight update to @Ace’s script that runs until you kill it and only prints the app name when it changes. Again, save this code in a file find_focus_stealer.py and then try running it with python find_focus_stealer.py. #!/usr/bin/python try: ...


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I ran into issues where my audio controls were disabled similar to what you describe. I can't be sure it's the same issue, but in my case, killing the Core Audio process fixed it. Open up Terminal and enter this command: sudo kill -9 `ps ax | grep 'coreaudio[a-z]' | awk '{print $1}'` You'll be prompted to enter your password, but that should find and kill ...


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There are a number of Apple Support Communities discussions regarding this, and a number of possible fixes given. To summarise in case one works for you: Disable Finder App Nap This seems to fix it for almost everyone on ASC who had Finder working fine in 10.8 but now is 'broken' in 10.9. sudo defaults write com.apple.Finder NSAppSleepDisabled -bool YES …...


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If you are trying to extend a wireless network that is not an Apple Airport base station it cannot be done. You can join a network but this will not increase the range of your wireless network. Unless you have a firmware that supports WDS on your 3rd party wireless router.


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Check System Preferences>Accounts>Login Items to see if there is a disk that is supposed to mount when you login. Make sure you check all of the user accounts.


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There is a way to find out what application is responsible, if you have the developer tools installed. In versions of Mac OS X before 10.6, the Quartz Debug tool had a Window List which lists every window and the application it belongs to. Unfortunately, this has been hidden in later versions, but it can be enabled (as I just found through this article: 10....


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Restart. This happens to me periodically. Restarting always fixes it.


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Check the console for the time of shutdown In the terminal, go to /var/log Find launchd-shutdown.log that was last modified by your system at the time of shutdown and perform a more on it more launchd-shutdown.log


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The best thing with troubleshooting is to isolate the issue and keep good notes when the issue comes and when it goes. Once you also have an understanding how to make the issue ( in your case, is that glitch constant or does it come and go ) it is then very easy to systematically isolate things. In your case, switch the ram to the opposite slots, run with ...


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Hey I ran into the same problem. If you turn off System Preferences -> Sharing -> Printer Sharing the advanced tab becomes enabled again.


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Unless you have jailbroken your phone you can't delete the Contacts app. Most probably it's either in a folder or on a screen somewhere. To find it again press the Home button repeatedly until the search screen is shown Type "Contacts" Select Contacts app from search results If you can't find it, you could always back up your phone (to save the current ...


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Blued and syslogd are both daemon processes. Blued is your Bluetooth daemon process and syslogd is is your logging console daemon (crash reported, console log files etc). Blued is connected to your console daemon so I guess that blued is actually the cause of your problem while the syslogd issue is only a result of the blued's problems. Looking at the error ...


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Here are the results of my investigation: https://superuser.com/a/426719/135263 -- As mentioned by @juanpablo, this may be caused by symlinks. Apparently, if a symlink points to /home, autofs or automountd fire and take a lot of CPU to figure out that the place indeed doesn't exist. Take a look at /etc/auto_home and /etc/autofs.conf. To see if you're ...


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Instead of looking at logs, I would start by booting in verbose mode. (It will also shut down in verbose mode.) Just hold Command ⌘ + V at boot.


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Just a quick note to say that I eventually stopped the crashing by manually copying these two files from another OS X machine and then manually starting the nlcd daemon (if you don't have another Mac, I posted my copies of those files here) Copied these files: /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.NetworkLinkConditioner.plist /usr/libexec/nlcd Run these ...


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The ZIP file can also be uncompressed using ditto, no software installation needed: ditto -x -k 2015-09-24-raspbian-jessie.zip . Worked for me.


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The beacon loss event is the key. Your wireless card lost contact with the router and gave up. wl0: Beacon Loss Event If you can, change your beaconing rate on the router to be faster (and slower - sometimes the opposite of the intuitive thing is the answer). Also you should run the Wi-Fi Diagnostics tool which resides in /System/Library/CoreServices and ...


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In agreement with the original poster, in this answer I put together the comments above that describe the troubleshooting steps that helped solve the issue. Realize that PeerGuardian uses a KEXT. As strangelydim commented, PeerGuardian (an open source privacy oriented firewall software) uses a kernel extension (KEXT). The KEXT is used to block connections ...


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That model of MBP supports audio through that adapter, so you should be getting sound. It could be any number of things. I think your problem is on the TV side, but Here are a bunch of things to try: First, make sure you're connected to your TV and getting an HDMI video signal to the video input you've selected. Go to your MIDI Audio Setup again and make ...


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The Time Capsule can only "extend" a wireless signal....using wireless only....from another AirPort Extreme, Time Capsule, or AirPort Express. Apple is doing this in a proprietary way and non Apple hardware is not supported. In any case WiFi extension is generally flaky and to be avoided. I strongly recommend you look into using Powerline plugs like these ...


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In my case this was caused by the Juniper/Pulse Secure VPN client's kernel extension, which was active even when not connected to the VPN. Unloading the kernel extension restored speed without a reboot. Short term fix is to unload the extension, command copied from linked kb article: sudo kextunload /Library/Extensions/PulseSecureFirewall.kext Long term ...


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