Question about Apple MacBook 13"White /2.0Ghz Intel Core2 Duo White/2GB (2x1gb)/80GB/SuperDrive (Z0DT) Mac Notebook
My mac is so unorganized and the top bar displaying my wifi and time and volume and the apple menu etc will just disappear not one docuent or file is easily findable
Sounds like you may need to reinstall Lion to fix the disappearing menu bar. As far as finding files, try using Spotlight. (Upper right side of menu bar)
Posted on Jun 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Add an Application to the Dock
To simulate a right mouse button click while using a one-button mouse on a Mac, like to get a context sensitive menu for an object on the screen, hold down ctrl and click the mouse button while your mouse pointer is over the object.
If you enjoy the convenience of the Dock, you can make it even more useful by adding items to it you use regularly. Here, for example, you’ll find two ways to add one or more applications to your Dock.
Let’s say you’re currently using Keynote ’08, your favorite presentation software, and would like to keep it in the Dock at all times. Right-click on its icon in the Dock, and select Keep in Dock from the contextual menu that appears.
Or try this option. Open the Applications folder, grab Text Edit, and drag it to the Dock. Next time you want to use Text Edit, just click its icon in the Dock.
You can use this method to add multiple applications just as easily. In that open Applications folder, choose Calculator and Dictionary, two handy utilities, and drag both into the Dock.
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Posted on May 03, 2009
Sounds like your hard drive is failing.
Try booting while holding down the shift key that will put you into safe mode and run some diagnostics at the same time.
If you have the discs that came with the laptop try booting from them while holding down the D key. That will bring up AHT a built in test for your mac. You can use it to test and repair some of the disc problems you are describing.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Try and start your Mac in safe mode.
To do this, as soon as you power on your Mac hold the shift key until the screen turns black and text starts scrolling down the screen.
The Mac will check itself and then boot up (wait for it, it will take a few minutes.)
Go from here...
Posted on Oct 02, 2012
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On Lion or Mountain Lion, you use the following technique to reset the Administrators password:
Boot to your Recovery Partition, by holding down the Option key while starting, and then selecting the Recovery HD as the boot choice.
Once booted, at the top of the screen is a menu ..., select Utilities / Terminal from the menu bar.
In the Terminal window, type "resetpassword" (without the quotes) and press return. A "Reset Password" window will open. Select your boot volume (your SSD drive) if it is not already selected. Select your administrators username from the menu labeled "Select the user account" if it is not already selected. Follow the prompts to reset the password. Restart the computer from the apple menu.
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