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  1. Apple Maps are pretty good, too, and have some...

    Apple Maps are pretty good, too, and have some traffic capability. But again, it is on-demand. I've driven all around UK in the last 10 years and about the only place where I had any issues with...
  2. I have never heard of that before. Good luck with...

    I have never heard of that before. Good luck with it. I don't know how a used SSD is going to change the EFI situation, but who knows?
  3. Ian, that was his test to assure that it wasn't...

    Ian, that was his test to assure that it wasn't upside down. Previously it wasn't ejected, just not mounted. Upside down it was rejected. So it's being read, but not mounted, which argues for autorun...
  4. To be clear, the install files are NOT bootable....

    To be clear, the install files are NOT bootable. It might be the EFI that is preventing you from booting, but all you have on the drive are the installer files, they are not bootable. The internet...
  5. Good advice, Charlie. I did use Brave for a...

    Good advice, Charlie. I did use Brave for a while, but before he realized the issue was site-wide, Nick changed my password just to make sure it wasn't that and Brave got logged out as well. At that...
  6. Patrick, I didn't actually log out, but to fix a...

    Patrick, I didn't actually log out, but to fix a different problem I had to reset Safari, lost all history and reset cookies. Having done that, when I came to the site it was logged out and I was...
  7. @billwill, the FreeOffice is a replacement for...

    @billwill, the FreeOffice is a replacement for Word and has nothing to do with the CD. Just wanted to make sure you knew that. If the CD won't mount at all, you will need to contact the...
  8. Sorry not to chime in here earlier, but I was one...

    Sorry not to chime in here earlier, but I was one of the victims of the lock out the board suffered last week. You have been given some good advice on SIM cards. To remind you, if you fly into...
  9. The reason I suspect that there is software on...

    The reason I suspect that there is software on the disk is the way Strong's is organized. You first look up a word in English, find the verse in which it is used and get a reference to where the word...
  10. @krs, normally the burner software does the...

    @krs, normally the burner software does the initialization as part of the burn. Then once the data is burned to the drive, the closing process puts the directory information in place so that the disk...
  11. Patrick, if it's an application like a database...

    Patrick, if it's an application like a database holding the data the answer is probably not. And given that the concordance is like a dictionary, just having a text file would not be of much use. I...
  12. @krs, that is normally true, but I have also seen...

    @krs, that is normally true, but I have also seen CDs that were improperly closed when written show up as "uninitialized" when mounted. And you are correct that a commercially made CD should not have...
  13. Before we go down the Windows trail, we can see...

    Before we go down the Windows trail, we can see if we can get it readable on your Mac. Can you tell us more about your Mac? Click on the  in the upper left corner, then About This Mac and tell us...
  14. Yeah, that was my typo.

    Yeah, that was my typo.
  15. Charlie, I sort of assumed that was what he...

    Charlie, I sort of assumed that was what he really meant. Even a DVD is only 4 GB.
  16. OK, the other possibility is that there is a...

    OK, the other possibility is that there is a Windows application on the disk to access the data that is set to start up as soon as the disk is accessed at all. Since you are using a Mac, that...
  17. "Uninitialized" normally means the CD is blank,...

    "Uninitialized" normally means the CD is blank, unwritten to at all. Where did you get this CD? Is it a professionally made commercial CD, or did someone make it for you? I suspect that whoever made...
  18. Rod, the problem with that approach is that if...

    Rod, the problem with that approach is that if you need the backup, all you have is your OS, none of your dynamic data. That dynamic data is what TM is brilliant at keeping. The default of a backup...
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    All seems to be well, Nick. I can read, post,...

    All seems to be well, Nick. I can read, post, send PMs, answer PMs. Basically, the site seems to be working again! Thanks for all you do!
  20. Can you mount the disk from Disk Utility? What...

    Can you mount the disk from Disk Utility? What version of the OS are you running? Does the CD have data files or applications? We need a bit more to be able to assist you.
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    I am able to log in now, too. I was locked out...

    I am able to log in now, too. I was locked out for a week, but tonight gave it a try and was able to log in and make a post. Maybe the problems are fixed?
  22. I got in! I got in! It's been a week, but I got...

    I got in! I got in! It's been a week, but I got in tonight for the first time since then. I'm never logging out again.
  23. You can use the video procedure with modern...

    You can use the video procedure with modern versions of iOS from one phone to the new one, but not from both. Once it is past the setup stage, that process is not available. But using that process,...
  24. Probably because your original post implied that...

    Probably because your original post implied that you wanted to sync the two iPhones, both of which had some apps already installed, not just transfer everything from the old to a new iPhone with...
  25. Yep, never look at sausage being made! I...

    Yep, never look at sausage being made!

    I suspect the names of the files in the database may not be randomized, but may contain some data about the image that the database uses. However, even if...
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