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Create new NTFS partition on macbook partition

I have 2 partitions on my Macbook: C:\ for Windows 7 D:\ for Mac OS I don't use MacOS, and I want to install a new Windows 7 64 bit to a new partition. I hesitate to format D:\ drive, I don't want ...
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Ctrl + Alt + Del on a Mac with Windows

I'm using Boot Camp to run Windows on my Mac. Last night I tried to compress the memory of C, then after that finished, it told me to Press Ctrl + Alt + Del to restart How do I press these ...
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Macbook optical drive constantly checks for media after boot/wake from sleep and won't accept discs

The slot-loading optical drive on a Macbook (2006) running won't accept a disc when inserted--unless it is partially inserted and then slept/waken or the "Disc Burning" section of System Profiler is ...
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How do I eject the DVD from the macbook pro 10.5 in the CLI?

I have a DVD in my macbook pro with 10.5 but I can't find the eject button in the finder. Holding the physical eject button on the keyboard doesn't do anything. Is there a CLI way to eject the DVD ...
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Can I upgrade my MacBook Pro which has Leopard Mac OS X 10.5.8 to Snow Leopard 10.6.2?

I have a MacBook Pro which has Leopard Mac OS X 10.5.8 and i want to upgrade this to Snow Leopard 10.6.2. Is it possible? If yes then give me some guidelines.
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Using a MacBook's Bluetooth driver with Windows XP VM?

My MacBook has Bluetooth built in, but I'm not sure how to enable it and use it from within a Windows XP virtual machine. How does this work?
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What to do about old MacBook

I have a White MacBook version 10.5.8. I accidentally dropped it and about an inch of the most right side of the screen is blacked out. I can't see the clock and Trash Can because of this. I checked ...
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Recovering a G5 disk, still possible after what I did?

It's a long story, and I have to admit right up front I think I did some pretty dumb mistakes during the process. Ok, a G5 at work is dead (likely to be a logic board issue). I need to boot from the ...
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OS X: How do I check for a specific WiFi network and mount network drives on startup

At home I use my MacBook Pro on my own WiFi network and routinely mount several volumes from a RAID attached to my AirPort Base station. I like to have my MBP automatically mount the volumes on ...