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How and Why to clone your Mac Hard Drive

December 28, 2012
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A clone is a bootable backup of your Mac’s hard drive that provides redundancy for both your data and the Macintosh Operating System. You can keep backup in various form like Image, Clone etc..If you face system crash or data loss situation, clones provide a way to rollback your Mac OS X installation. Cloning Requirements: […]

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iPhoto ’11 bug may cause data loss – update before launching!

November 1, 2010
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There’s a serious issue with the new iPhoto ’11, announced as part of iLife ’11 on October 20th. If you’re an existing iPhoto user and you have an iPhoto library with photos in it, you’re at risk of losing all your photographs when you upgrade to iLife ’11 because it will also upgrade your iPhoto […]

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I Finally Managed To Screw Up My Mac – Snow Leopard Guest Account Erased My Files

September 10, 2009
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I don’t know what happened and I never thought I should say this, but I finally had my first really bad “whoops” with my Mac, after being a Mac user for over 3 years. By accident I clicked the “guest account” when I was going to login and it tried to login at my guest […]

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