Main menu > Go > Connect to server > Type the server address e.g. smb://192.168.178.75 and click connect > enter your username and password > select the volume(s) you want to mount and click OK.
- Before: 2 GB 1067 MHz PC3-8500 DDR3 SO-DIMMs
- Capacity: 8 GB (2 X 4 GB)
- Type: DDR3 SO-DIMMs Apple
- Number of pins: 204
- Voltage: 1.5 V
- Frequency: 1066 MHz
- Manufacturer: OWC (Other World Computing)
- Model: OWC8566DDR3S8GP
1. MAC OS X Yosemite > Applications > Utilities > Boot Camp Assistant
2. Choose the option “Download the lated Windows support software from Apple”. The downloaded software (drivers) should be saved on a USB Drive.
3. Open the Boot Camp Assistant again and choose the options “Create Windows 7 install disk” and “Install Windows 7”.
4. Create a bootable USB Drive for Windows Installation. Choose the path where the Windows 7.iso image is located and then select the destination disk (a new empty USB drive).
5. Create a partition for Windows. Then you have to install Windows by booting from the USB drive (step 4) and the drivers you have downloaded and saved on a USB (Step 2).
6. Dual boot MAC OS X Yosemite – Windows 7. You have to install rEFInd Boot Manager software by running the install.sh on the MAC OS X console.
- Step 4 – Create a bootable USB Drive for Windows Installation. In case that the Windows7.iso image has not been created properly you will receive the error “Non-system disk”. We recommend that you create a bootable USB Drive for Windows Installation on a Windows machine using “Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool”.
- There is a possibility when running Boot Camp Assistant that the option “Create Windows 7 install disk” does not exist. Some changes need to be made in Boot Camp Assistant in order to overcome this issue. These modifications require Xcode to be installed.
Start Xcode (Version 6.1.1). Xcode is an Integrated Development Environment for mac OS.
Main Menu > File > New Project
Under “OS X” choose “Application” and then “Cocoa Application” (this template creates a Cocoa application for the OS X platform).
Enter the “Product Name” and choose the Swift Programming Language.
Go to the “Project Navigator” area and select the “Main.storyboard”.
Search for a “Label” in the Object Library:
Figure: Xcode, Object Library
Drag & Drop a Label from the Library to the Window.
You can use the so called Inspector, located right above the Library, in order to change the name of the window and the name of the Label to “Hello World!”.
If you click on the window the Inspector will show the attributes of the window.
Figure: Xcode, Inspector, attributes of a window
If you click on the label the Inspector will show the attributes of the label.
Figure: Xcode, Inspector, attributes of a label
Figure: Xcode, Main.storyboard
Run the application: Main Menu > Product > Run
The output is:
- Safari Main Menu > Preferences > Advanced
- Check the following option “Show Develop menu in menu bar”
- Safari Main Menu > Develop > Show Page Source
- Open Image Capture on your Mac
- Import to: (choose the destination folder)
- Uncheck “Delete after import”
- Click “Import All”