Most installers are supposed to include an S/L/E, even if it's on a USB. If you have Windows on the side, you can browse your installer using MacDrive or Transmac. There is not S/L/E folder on the USB.
Installed MacDrive as a 15-day trial version. Trial version expires. Registered a new Windows user with administrative settings. New user starts a 15-day trial while my main one still expires. I never tried Paragon, is it as good as TransMac?
Hey, everyone! Yes I'm still alive and everything else.
I started off by watching several YouTube clips where certain people place their own camera along a railway. Within a minute or two, they allow a moving train to run over it! For some videos, their cameras stood still. For at least one, wind resistance and poor positioning allowed such a camera to be tipped over. I saw one that later aimed toward the sky. Another one later viewed only one side rail instead of both.
And then came this past Memorial Day late morning, just minutes before I drove to work (still had plenty of time). Yeah, miles away from home. I took my Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone which also had HD camera and camcorder capability. The same phone also had active service from T-Mobile and the phone itself was pretty slim. So, I finally placed my smartphone to the test. I did set to record, so everything you see is straight through the lens of my smartphone as it sits between the rails. Watch...
I admit that I been a pirate. But as much as I learned the difference between what's mine and what's not, it's easy for me to take sides. There is a side where things have to be paid for up-front before seeing or using. Then another side where things become free with an option to donate. And then there is one more side where you own all the stuff you created yourself. These are the three sides I take into consideration as to whether I pirate anything good or just simply lay low and leave stuff alone for my safety.
Although piracy has gained popularity since the post-1984 era (as most of you would put it), I already learned that piracy is spoiled where there are idiots who don't know what they're doing. This is another reason I stay low, because most users fake popular software or popular music. But for the rest of us, as Steve Jobs always says, that does not always mean the end of piracy. While us the intelligent understand our values and play smart with...
Okay, earlier, I was not so pleased with formatting a USB flash drive in an attempt to get an OSX installation going, I should've restored with a DVD image and that was when I screwed up. Now I can't use it in Windows XP/Vista/7/8 because not only it did not appear in Computer, but it also contains a senseless 200 MB partition.
#1 - On windows, open Command Prompt (cmd).
#2 - Type "diskpart", press Enter.
#3 - Type "list disk", press Enter - and it will tell you which drives are which, including USB flash drives. Since I only had a hard drive and one 16GB flash image, that gave me the idea as to which disk I will take into consideration. My hard disk was 0 and my USB drive was 1.
#4 - Type "select disk X" where "X" is the location of your troubled USB drive. Press Enter.
#5 - Type "clean" and then further down the line, you will see something weird a few lines down...
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]Copyright...