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    • It did not work for me. In my case, I found that the installed Volume was renamed to "--" and the installation script stopped. After that the Volume was damaged and I had to erase it with Disk Utility.   I suspect that the error does not come from the script itself but happened prior to run the script. Some process was messing with the installed Volume.  
    • How Do I Get iCloud Working in Yosemite Zone? Hello! I recently installed Yosemite Zone and iCloud, FaceTime, iMessage, and Google Chrome and none of them work, each saying my computer isn't validated. I have tried many things including the one with EFI Studio and deleting stuff to messing around in Chameleon and none of it seems to work. The App Store and it's sister apps work just fine, though. Does anyone know how to get all this working, as they are things I'd like to use. Specs: AMD Phenom II x4 B55 3.3 GHz 8 GB DDR3 NVidia GeForce GTX 750 MSI 890GXM-G65 Yosemite Zone 10.10.1
    • okay, now the same thing is happening after installation , the same grey icon and black screen with -v bootflag   now what can i do  
    • Yippee!!!!! hahahaha i managed to get to the installer. just downloaded mach_kernel file & replaced it with the one on usb , now installing  hope nothing else goes wrong cross fingers !!!!
    • MacOS and Windows dual boot machine build Hey guys,  hope this is the right place to ask this sort of question. I am dreaming of building a PC with both windows and mac installed, and was wondering what the recommended disk setup for something like that would be.  Windows would be used for gaming, and macOS would be used for mainly everything else, and I would like to be able to switch between the two with ease. What I would like to do is have both os's live on separate SSD drives, and have a shared HD for my other data. Is that reasonable / has somebody built a system like that / could someone point me in the right direction if I wanted to find a build guide? Thanks!

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This is a simple AppleScript app. Use it as a work around for USB drives that get force ejected at sleep. SafeSleeper will properly eject all USB drives and put the computer to sleep. It will detect and warn you if a network connection like File Sharing is preventing sleep and when you wake the machine, all your USB drives will remount themselves. SafeSleeper will save you from possibly corrupting data and you'll never see that annoying message again when you wake your system.

Disable Auto Sleep in System Preferences.

Place SafeSleeper in you Applications folder and add it to your Dock for easy access.

Double click to sleep.






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Alain Frenois

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