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  • Moving environment to a VM using VMware Fusion

    When I'm at work, I use a Windows XP Pro machine for development and I use a MacBook Pro while I'm at home. I'm considering moving over my development environment to a virtual machine using VMware Fusion (through the Mac). Is it possible to open a VM image (which was created on my Mac) with my...

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Any competitors to Macbook Pro 15?

    So I'm thinking of buying a new laptop and my first pick was Apple's Macbook Pro 15" with (or without) that Retina display. As MBP is a bit expensive, i thought, that maybe you could give me a hand and tell some competitors to it. I'm looking for as well designed and as good in performance as...

    a0z10 pointsBadges:
  • Why is cleaning up the Mac a crucial action to take?

    Why is cleaning up the Mac a crucial action to take?

    harvindi5 pointsBadges:
  • Bandwidth problem?

    On my Internet, if I am playing Xbox, and my wife is in her computer my connection drops to a one bar or I am disconnected altogether. Also, if we both are on our computers then we both experience significantly slower speeds. How can I fix this issue and what would the primary cause be? I've tried...

    Cmcww35 pointsBadges:
  • Partition XP Installation

    Ok, I've got what I believe to be a tricky tech question. I've gotten started on a theory I've had, but have been having issues bringing it home, I was hoping you could give me a hand. I'm using a Windows 7 Toshiba Satellite with a broken DVD drive. I want to start over with Windows XP, and have...

    GreatGeak5 pointsBadges:
  • Reinstallation of Mac OS X on MacBook Pro

    how do I re-install OSX?

    Michaelhaynes19485 pointsBadges:
  • Automatically boot up mac os x

    I have a new MacBook Pro running leopard OS.  I have partitioned part of the drive so i can run windows on my macbook.  i have since then deleted the windows partition. I am curious if their is a way to have my machine automatically boot up into mac instead of me having to hold the option (alt)...

    Tdfino5 pointsBadges:
  • CRTL + ALT + DEL on a mac running windows

    I have a MACBOOK that i;ve installed windows XP pro on. when I try to get into it by using the FN+CTRL+ALT then backspace keys, it doesn't respond. this is a new mac and I don't know what else I need to try

    Bahlezi140 pointsBadges:
  • iNotes

    Can I get access to inotes from my macbook pro?

    Rng12345 pointsBadges:
  • Can the MacBook Pro handle the Adobe CS3.3 Design Premium?

    I'm considering purchasing a MacBook Pro 17" (2.16GHz Intel Core Duo/2GB 667 DDR2)... I'm a graphic design student and I was wondering: Does this laptop have the power to seamlessly run the Adobe CS3.3 Design Premium applications (InDesign/Photoshop/Illustrator/Flash/Dreamweaver)? All at once? If...

    Arlubic5 pointsBadges:
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