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Moving or Migrating iWork’09 (inc. Pages, Keynote and Numbers) From Old HDD to SSD

Need help moving your iWork’09 applications from a failed HDD on your Apple MacBook or iMac? Here is a 2minute solution for migrating your iWork’09 software manually if the migration assistant fails. Firstly we make sure we copy the application data files are transfer from the old HDD’s Applications folder: Copy the entire iWork’09 folder: …

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Apple Mac OS X username.sparsebundle mounting and adjusting permissions or FileVault data recovery

If you had FileVault enabled on your Time Capsule, Time Machine, or Start-up Disk you will probably see a username.sparsebundle data file in your user account. This data file is locked with your administrator password and can not be opened easily. You will need to mount this file and adjust its permissions. FileVault data recovery …

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Go to a hidden folder on a mac or external HDD to access mac mail folder in users/username/library/mail

Open 2 finder windows. In the first finder window browse to the external HDD > users > username folder The the second finder window from the top menu select Go > Go to folder > and drag the folder from the first finder window into the Go to field. Then add “/library” at the end …

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My Apple MAC or Mac Book can not detect my new network printer

Your network printer probably doesn’t have the ‘Bonjour’ feature enabled on the printer settings. This feature was previously known as Rendezvous. Log into your printer settings using your web browser via its IP address (e.g. 192.168.1.150) or refer to your manual for help on enabling this feature.

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