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Hi guys! I'm trying to get usb 2.0 retrocompatibility (for mass storage only - other usb 2.0 device works) from my usb 3.0 port. I'm not using any dsdt for my mb (check my signature). Untitled.tiff Any idea?
cili0 posted a topic in OSx86 10.8 (Mountain Lion)Hi, I recently updated to 10.8.4 on my desktop machine (see signature). Since the update, OSX refuses to mount any USB mass storage formatted as FAT32/exFAT/NTFS. Such partitions are correctly detected in Disk Utility, and in fact both the "repair" command and the "verify" command complete successfully. Still, the mount command doesn't work. HFS-formatted partitions work as expected. Any suggestion? Thanks.
Jarek Januszewski posted a topic in HOW-TOsThis project is actually two years old, but despite the aging SATA standard, still current as an idea. And of course - conforming hackintosh different thinking. I invite you to my shop for a short film of the "Do it yourself" series.
So I've run into a bit of an issue that I need help figuring out. I have a Mountain Lion Guest running on my ESXi 5.1 host. The OS is located on a local datastore, but then I have about 6.5TB worth of virtual disks attached to this machine that are stored on an NFS datastore. I would like to migrate all of these disks to a different datastore. Now I know I can usually go an just migrate the disks individually, but Vcenter wont allow me to do this because OS X is not supported(?). Does any one know of a way that I can accomplish this? Thanks!