I updated to the latest Mac OS X today. After the update, once the computer started up, the wifi wouldn’t work. Couldn’t enable it. Everytime you clicked the wireless icon you got the error WIFI No Hardware Installed. I had seen a similar issue with my Mac Mini in the past, so thought I would try resetting the NVRAM. This has seemed to solve most issues I have experienced on Mac’s in the past. Reset NVRAM Shut down the computer. Locate the following keys on the keyboard: Command, Option, P, and R. Turn on the computer. Press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys. You must press this key combination before the gray screen appears. Hold the keys down until the computer restarts and you hear the startup sound for the second time. Release the keys. Once the computer powers on your wireless will now be working. To find out more about […]
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Not really virtualization related, but still (for me at least) an interesting bit of news. The RISC OS London Show will be held on Saturday 29th October at St Giles Hotel Feltham, London. For further information click here.
I never realised how much I rely on Tweetdeck until today when all my columns became corrupted and I could no longer receive tweets through it. I tried the usual delete the app etc, but this did not work, every time I re-installed, when it loaded it had the same problems! This was so frustrating. I even tried removing Adobe AIR with no success! In the end I managed to resolve the issue, by following the steps listed below. Delete TweetDeck.app from your application folder Delete any file or folder named TweetDeck under “home/Library/Preferences/TweetDeck” Re-install TweetDeck Quite easy really, but took me a while to find the TweetDeck preferences files. Please bear in mind that removing these files will delete any of your searches or saved columns. Not a big deal for me, but I know other people have hundreds….