Having trouble finding the hash key on your Mac keyboard? hold the Alt key down and then press the number 3.
1. Open up your terminal application 2. Type in “sudo pico /etc/hosts” 3. Type in your administration password 4. Use your arrow keys to maneuver the cursor and type in whatever entries you are wanting to put in your hosts file 5. Once you are done, hit Control-o 6. and then hit Control-x
The following has been copied form an article that can be found at ‘How To Move OS X Time Machine Backups To A New Disk‘ Turn off Time Machine with the big switch in the Time Machine System Preferences panel. Eject the old Time Machine disk, unplug it, and re-insert it to force it to […]
Since I downloaded SuperDrive Update 2.1, whenever I restart my Mac, it still launches, telling me there are no devices requiring the firmware update. I know this, because I already updated it! What the SuperDrive update doesn’t let me know is how to stop it from opening each time I restart my Mac. Removing SuperDrive […]