Category Archives: OSx86

Do I Really Need to “Eject” USB Drives?

Ever wonder why your computer warns you about ejecting those USB drives before you remove them? It’s because computers use something called write caching to improve performance: if you copy something to your drive, it’ll tell you it’s completed the … Continue reading

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Darwin Boot Options

When you boot your hackintosh you can press “F8” before you see the gray apple boot screen. then you should see a menu with all the partitions you have, at this time you may choose between the partitions using up/down … Continue reading

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Darwin Boot Options

When you boot your hackintosh you can press “F8” before you see the gray apple boot screen. then you should see a menu with all the partitions you have, at this time you may choose between the partitions using up/down arrows … Continue reading

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