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Why: You May Not Install to This Volume Because it is Part of a AppleRAID – Mac OS High Sierra

Why: You May Not Install to This Volume Because it is Part of a AppleRAID – Mac OS High Sierra

If you are trying to upgrade or install the latest version of Mac OS X High Sierra, you may be greeted with an unwelcoming message if you attempt to install onto a RAID 0 hard drive configuration.   You may not install to this volume because it is part of a AppleRAID.   At this time,...

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Fix: Mac OS X High Sierra Upgrade – No WiFi Internet After

Fix: Mac OS X High Sierra Upgrade – No WiFi Internet After

If you recently upgraded to Mac OS X High Sierra (10.13.1), you may not be able to connect to the Internet (over Wi-Fi or Ethernet) including unable to browse web pages or open the App Store. Additionally, your Mac will display “green” in System Preferences and show a connected Wi-Fi signal indicating you have a network...

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Why: Your Settings and Data Will Be Accessible From This Computer When Connected – Trust This Computer iOS iPhone iPad

Why: Your Settings and Data Will Be Accessible Form This Computer When Connected – Trust This Computer

When you connect an iOS device your computer for the first time, you will receive a trust request prompt on the device.   Trust This Computer? Your settings and data will be accessible form this computer when connected.   If you decide to trust a computer, you will be able to sync and access your iOS...

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Force Eject Network Drive – Mac OS X

Force Eject Network Drive – Mac OS X

You can force eject a Mac network drive (SMB or AFP) if it is hanging on eject. Follow the steps below.   Open Terminal. (Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal) Type the following command in Terminal and replace DISK_NAME with name of network drive. Hit return.  diskutil unmountDisk force /Volumes/DISK_NAME   Your network drive should force eject within...

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Easy: Remove Saved URL's from Google Chrome - Mac

Delete Google Chrome Saved URL Mac

Are you annoyed with Google Chrome auto completing a URL you typed in before? For example, you type a website into Chrome and hit return, but it takes you to a different page on that website because it remembered what you last visited. You can quickly remove those saved URL’s by following the steps below.  ...

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