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What you are seeing is image persistence, not burn in. It has to do with the clock frequency being sent to the display. The higher drive signal is causing the monitor to pass higher current to the individual pixels in the screen. It is not permanent, and is not harmful to the screen. An LCD works by sandwiching quartz crystals between two polarizing ...


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The beta builds are independent of each other. You can have them installed concurrently or not. Just drag and drop the beta you no longer want to the trash, then mount the latest version and copy it to your applications folder (or wherever you install your applications if different). Make sure to update your commandline tools from the dev portal when ...


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I believe this answer will answer your question. To quote the relevant part: To enable te needed `atrun` daemon, as `man atrun` says, execute: launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.atrun.plist as root (e.g. via `sudo`). Once you've done that, `/var/at/` will be the key directory (though the simplest way is to use `at` as root -- ...


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I see from your question that you attempted to decrypt, but I am not sure what steps you took to kick off the encryption. I wanted to provide you with some additional recovery information. If you have not tried already, I suggest to use the 10.2.1 recovery image. I have included a link below for you convenience. http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH197687 You ...


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Apple is aware of this and states "This is normal behavior for an IPS display, and the faint image will disappear over time." Unfortunately, it seems that nothing can be done to solves this. Possibly take it to an Apple store and describe the issue - see if they can give any recommendations.



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