Thursday, April 25, 2013

Issues with Mac: Fix them Step-By-Step

A running Mac machine may suffer from a number of issues degrading its performance and giving unexpected outcomes. Such issues can be due to some internal as well as external factors (such as PSU (Power Supply Unit) failure, any software or hardware error, file system corruption, permissions or disk error, abrupt system shutdown, network errors, etc.), which sometimes result in system failure and hence data loss.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Fix Empty Blue Screen in Mac OS X 10.8.2

A blank blue screen or blue screen with a spinning beach ball on startup in Mac OS X is a frequently- observed issue that does not let it boot to desktop, but makes it freeze. The issue might have been observed due to incompatible or corrupt startup items and applications. You neither can guess the cause(s) of the inaccessibility nor can fix them until you boot into the machine. The situation can probably be fixed, if you are carrying the OS X install disc; however, make sure the disc must be same that came with your Mac machine or OS X retail package, as other than that was provided by the manufacturer may not work. Follow step-by-step procedure to fix the issue:

Monday, April 15, 2013

5 Tips for Quick and Safe Mac Partitioning

Mac facilitates partitioning a hard drive using Disk Utility (found in Applications-> Utility folder) that is a full-fledged built-in disk management tool. Unlike Windows users, Mac people have this advantageous feature in their excellent operating system that allows creating and modifying a partition easily with much less effort and minimum of fuss. Though Mac partitioning is not a hard task, users often notify that they are facing problems and meeting errors while doing this. Therefore, in order to help you quickly and safely partition a Mac drive, this article is going to discuss a few valuable tips.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Reclaiming Files Removed from the Trash Bin in Mac

Emptying Trash removes all the files it stores permanently from the system just like when you delete a file pressing ‘Shift+Del’. Here, permanent deletion directs that you will not be able to restore these files afterward. People are often seen deleting the files and folders by pressing ‘Shift+Del’ instead of only ‘Del’ that makes them suffer from unintentional data loss situations. Alternatively, even if it was a simple deletion (Del), they go for emptying trash instantly.