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  1. It is trivial to spoof the incoming number to be...

    It is trivial to spoof the incoming number to be anything with VOIP services. The problem is that Apple Support DOES allow for you to be called back by them when you need to talk to them as opposed...
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    In this case since the device specifically calls...

    In this case since the device specifically calls out 3.1, 3.0 and 2.0, you should be OK with that device on those ports. But interestingly, these should all be compatible with 1.1 (since the spec is...
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    While the USB spec/standard is backward...

    While the USB spec/standard is backward compatible. That is, a USB 3.0 device can be plugged into a USB 2.0 port and operate a 2.0 speeds and plugged into a 1.1 port and operate at 1.1 speeds. In...
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    I'll side with my fellow Admin/Moderators here...

    I'll side with my fellow Admin/Moderators here and say the answer is "it depends" on whether you lost your data or not. If this wasn't a frequently used machine, you probably didn't take pains to...
  5. Go to Mac App Store and search for Catalina. You...

    Go to Mac App Store and search for Catalina. You will find it there, once downloaded, it will try to automatically run. Cancel out it. Grab a copy of Diskmaker X, plug in a USB drive (at least 8GB)...
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    You are getting a panic with the early OS start...

    You are getting a panic with the early OS start up code and it's likely related to a failed HDD assuming its the original spinning disk. You will need to get a replacement drive (ideally a SSD) and...
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    While a trusty machine, that Mac Pro is quite old...

    While a trusty machine, that Mac Pro is quite old and can be upgraded up to OS X Lion which you can purchase from Apple using this link. You will want to make sure that you find and stick with...
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    They have many applications that are all paid for...

    They have many applications that are all paid for free, so this is a piracy website and we don't deal with that here. You do what you want.
  9. There are two exceptions to the Do Not Disturb...

    There are two exceptions to the Do Not Disturb (DND) in iOS and one is what 'chscag' mentioned, which is to favorite a contact to allow them to get through and the other is a repeated call. But, both...
  10. But having that setting enabled (which I do not)...

    But having that setting enabled (which I do not) would just prompt me to save the file as opposed to saving it automatically for me which the OP is complaining about.
  11. You should have ALL of the options in Sharing (in...

    You should have ALL of the options in Sharing (in System Preferences) turned off. Each of those allows you to share specific parts of your system with others. Screen Sharing, for example, allows...
  12. Interesting, I'm on Catalina and I opened an...

    Interesting, I'm on Catalina and I opened an image in Preview, and re-sized it. I got the "- Edited" in the title. I quit Preview without saving anything and re-opened the image again and it was back...
  13. Preview should not be doing that. Once you modify...

    Preview should not be doing that. Once you modify a file, the title in the top changes to include the word "- Edited" and you have to save the file manually. If that isn't working as it should, you...
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    iTunes and Music will both support the MP3 format...

    iTunes and Music will both support the MP3 format without needing to convert to anything else. However, your other "windows format" files might be WMA which Apple doesn't support, like the Apple's...
  15. We can reset Sly back to zero so that he can take...

    We can reset Sly back to zero so that he can take all the new rep that people want to give him. :)
  16. Open Finder preference with (CMD+,) and click on...

    Open Finder preference with (CMD+,) and click on the Sidebar tab. Now ensure that Airdrop is checked, if not, check it and it will reappear in the sidebar.
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    When did this start? Do you have to do anything...

    When did this start? Do you have to do anything to make it happen? If it is reproducible, then boot into Safe Mode and try to make it happen there.
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    SMART status was a good way to know the health of...

    SMART status was a good way to know the health of your spinning HDD and when it began to report errors, it was a good indication that the drive should be replaced soon. With the advent of SSDs, SMART...
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    My apologies, looks like HFS/APFS and NTFS are...

    My apologies, looks like HFS/APFS and NTFS are able to be case-sensitive, but by default have it disabled. EXT3/EXT4 on Linux is case sensitive by default.

    So, that you should be all set with...
  20. If a member in interested in purchasing a Mac,...

    If a member in interested in purchasing a Mac, they can create a thread with their unique use case and get the feedback they need, I'm not seeing the value of a single thread to support all...
  21. Is it possible that they are reordering...

    Is it possible that they are reordering themselves based on which one has the newest received message?
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    If the app is a legacy app, it might not even...

    If the app is a legacy app, it might not even work with the newer version of macOS. And honestly, if they are making those sort of requirements, you are better of looking at more up to date software...
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    Whoa that's totally lame, since HFS/APFS on Mac,...

    Whoa that's totally lame, since HFS/APFS on Mac, NTFS on Windows and EXT3/EXT4 on Linux are all case-sensitive file systems.

    The file system that was not case sensitive was FAT16 and boy was that...
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    What format are the files in?

    What format are the files in?
  25. Are you using auto completion (by hitting the Tab...

    Are you using auto completion (by hitting the Tab key) to get the correct folder and command to execute? I want to make sure that you aren't just copying that command from someplace.

    What happens...
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