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There is no direct support for resizing the Boot Camp Windows volume from inside either macOS or Windows. You need 3rd party software to do this safely. The current Apps that can do this are Paragon Hard Disk Manager, Paragon CampTune or Twocanoes' WinClone Never attempt to resize any other way - you will break something.


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Adding some instructions on how to do this so that it works with Parallels too. Follow all of the instructions above while booted into Windows natively with Bootcamp, but DON'T ENABLE BITLOCKER YET. Next, go back to MacOS, fire up Parallels and create the VM from the Bootcamp partition. Once you've done that, enable Bitlocker from within the VM in Parallels,...


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You probably were suppose to install Windows to BIOS boot, instead of EFI boot. However, if all the hardware is working, there is no harm in EFI booting. The fact that you do not see Windows label on the Start Menu is another indicator that you probably were suppose to BIOS boot Windows. I am not sure why you can not properly select Windows from System ...


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There is also a very good possibility you can install Windows 10. I have installed Windows 10 on both a 2007 and a 2011 iMac computers even though Apple does not officially support Windows 10 on either computer. The easiest method of installing would be to use the optical (DVD) drive. If you have the latest ISO release of Windows 10, then you will need a ...


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Unfortunately it looks like that Mac will only support Windows 7 https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205016 Even your model does not look like it supports Windows 8 https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201457 And Windows 7 is End of Life in mid January. It will still work but no more security (or other) updates after that. So it's do-able but not recommended.


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pbcopy will take input piped or redirected into it, and store it in a "pasteboard" (i.e. clipboard). So to copy a file verbatim, use a redirection: pbcopy < dosfile To paste, use Commandv or pbpaste | some_command pbpaste > some_file


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Generally speaking logging onto a windows domain from a Mac takes the form of: [DOMAIN]\[USERNAME] [PASSWORD] so if I were a user in the Microsoft Active Directory domain with the username of johnny.appleseed and my password was 1234qWer, that would look like microsoft\johnny.appleseed 1234qWer Note that the username and the password are not case ...


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These instructions are for the latest Intel Macs which boot macOS from an APFS volume and EFI boot both Windows and Ubuntu. Note the following: If your wireless mouse or keyboard will not work during the installation process, then I assume you have a wired replacement you can temporarily use. Apple introduced the T2 Security Chip and Secure Boot ...


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I read the other day that the files are apparently SQLite files. This Wired article that I just read confirms that. Hence I also just downloaded the portable DB Browser for SQLite, opened the specific file that contains all of the text messages (C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\a293c24c7e1b09dbc0117629de148a13b87013be\3d\...


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iExplorer is the app I use on macOS both personally and professionally to access iDevices. There is a Windows version available as well. I've been able to extract text messages and associated images from these messages, too. Disclaimer: I'm a very satisfied user of iExplorer and have no financial or other interests in Macroplant LLC.


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Here are the hotkeys that I could find: Skip back (5 seconds) : Ctrl+Alt+Left Skip forward (5 seconds) : Ctrl+Alt+Right Chapter previous : Ctrl+Shift+Left Chapter next : Ctrl+Shift+Right


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Move forwards or backward within a song/video Ctrl+Alt+Right or Left respectively. Reference: Apple Support


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Control Alt Delete worked for me


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For the benefit of others, I managed to get this working. This is on Mojave by the way. I had to disable SIP in order to create the VMDK. It just wouldn't create the VMDK until I had disabled SIP (to disable SIP you have to boot your Mac in recovery mode by holding Command+R on start up, then when you're in recovery you open a Terminal - the option is ...


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