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All new posters have their posts held back automatically for review. This was necessary because of the spam. No spam shows up on the forum now whereas before, it used to show up every day and we had spam that was just flooding the forum, like 100 threads per day. There were also banned members signing up new accounts and just making stupid posts at random and doing this more than 20-30 times. Now they can't do that. The feature was switched on around March/April last year...
Your posts have all been validated, except for the duplicates:http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/184568/apple-adds-notification-center-widget-enhances-syncing-performance-in-itunes-12-1-update#post_2668861http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/184816/microsoft-adds-icloud-save-support-to-its-office-suite-for-ios#post_2677530http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/185851/how-to-enable-apples-handoff-feature-between-your-ios-devices-and-mac#post_2712176This process of validation only...
The 13" rMBP uses a PCIe Samsung board, which isn't NVMe:https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Retina+Display+Early+2015+Teardown/38300http://www.anandtech.com/show/8979/samsung-sm951-512-gb-reviewThey've actually soldered the SSD onto the motherboard on the 12" Macbook so storage capacity can't be increased later on:https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Retina+Macbook+2015+Teardown/39841They've used Toshiba MLC too. Toshiba is moving to 3D...
Someone here got a Crucial M4 to work ok in the Macbook:It can't be the case that all those Macbooks have faulty cables and the cables have to be compatible with SSDs in general if people are managing to get them to work without replacing the cable.Maybe it's not powering up particular drives properly. You could try doing an SMC reset if you haven't by unplugging, taking out the battery and holding the power button for a few seconds.You could also try booting holding alt...
The fact it shows up with the enclosure and not at all internally points to a faulty SATA cable. Someone here had a similar problem:https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5871913Someone there got it to work by switching the cable but someone else tried 3 cables without success. It doesn't make sense why a HDD would work ok if the cable was faulty but it must be the case for some people. For all the time messing around with spare parts, opening it up and switching cables out,...
This is why the problem won't resolve itself. You can say that everything is subjective, why should you obey the law when it's really just the opinion of lawmakers who are people just like you? Group decisions are reached to the benefit of a group and not an individual at the expense of the group. Who gets to say which side of the road you should drive on or how fast? It's just their opinion. If it was everyone just looking out for themselves then it would create complete...
They may not be giving people the speed they are paying for and it seems to have been the case:http://www.cnet.com/news/at-t-delivers-on-1-gbps-promise-in-austin/but an HD stream is under 10Mbps. If you had under 50Mbps connection then a data stream would slow down from 50Mbps to 30Mbps but it isn't a problem if internet speeds slow down, that's expected. It won't affect video streams unless the remaining bandwidth is lower than the bitrate of an HD stream. They mention...
Net neutrality enables more competition so there's no reason for companies to charge more for the same service. Concerning bandwidth, say that you had a gigabit connection and you had 4 people in your house downloading things at the same time and it split the bandwidth 4 ways equally, each would get 250Mbps. 4K only needs 20Mbps. Buffered TV is a good thing, it's unbuffered (or buffering) TV that would be bad. Most streaming services use a buffer of some kind so with...
If you open the panic.log in /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports, that should give you an idea of what's happening. I expect it will be the display driver crashing. I don't know why they can't just drop to software mode and reboot the driver, that always takes the whole system down.
It's all about the ratio. The following story highlights an example of someone trying to address it:http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/14/business/owner-of-gravity-payments-a-credit-card-processor-is-setting-a-new-minimum-wage-70000-a-year.html?_r=0The CEO dropped from $1m salary and allocated a large portion of the company profits to give his 120 employees who were making 1/20th that amount a minimum $70k salary. Their salaries didn't sound too bad to begin with but it...
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