I just paid to upgrade QuickTime and received a registration code. Tho problem is there is no way to find the QuickTime control panel via the Windows 7 Home Premium control panel. How to I ovrcome this?
I'm trying to upgrade my iPad one to the 5OS. When I try to sync a message comes up that says you haven't uploaded your purchased songs to your iTunes library. I don't want to lose any tunes so how do I find my purchased songs and sync with my library? I thought every time I synced that they go to my library automatically .
I am having a problem with locating a folder in a window and then when I back out it starts me at the beginning of the window. I enclosed a video to help explain better. This is a major issue when I have 200+ folders in a window.
I have manually backed up all my files under User folder without using any of system backup tool(due to technical issue, i have no other option rather than copying manually). I have erased all hard disk and would like to copy everything back to Macintosh. Then the problem is when I tried to copy old Library folder to Macintosh HD user folder, it is saying I need to input password to continue, then I entered password and it still says i don't have permission.
I have a hard drive on my 2008 MacPro that's problematic and so I bought a new drive and installed Mavericks on it and am booting just fine on the new drive. There is however, one folder in the Library/Preferences folder that I need to copy over to the new drive. All the tricks for accessing the Library folder work great on the start up drive, but I can't seem to access the Library folder on the old drive (both drives in the MacPro as it has 4 drive bays), even though the drive will mount. How can I see that Library folder on the old drive? Note while I can mount the old drive, I can't boot to it.
It appears that the Library folder that is in the Home Folder (e.g./Users/Home/Liberary)has been made invisible in OS 10.7.x. However I have seen it because after converting samples Logic showed me the folder and its contents. I would very much like to move the samples from their present location in this folder on the startup disk to the EXS 24 samples folder on the external RAID array that is dedicated to this purpose - - but I don't know how to make the Library folder visible.
Info: Mac Pro (Early 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.4), 24GB RAM/MOTU 2408 mk3 audio interface
If you click on your mac HD icon and go into the 'users' folder. Ther eis an icon with a house. This is what I think is called the 'home' folder. Usually, there is a folder in the 'Home' folder called 'Library' and I cant seem to locate it. Where did it go?
I just updated my MacBook to Lion, and I used to have a folder when using Leopard called "Library." I can't find it anymore. The only way to get to it is to open Xcode 4, make a Cocoa application, build it, then right-click the target, then click "Show in finder. This is what the library folder looks like after I do that:
I can still click the folder and it will show me its contents, but once I leave the home folder, the folder dissappears, and I can't find it:
Info: MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4), Model of 2008
on my Mac, using the Finder, on my folder, I don´t have the library folder as I should.I think it is strange.When I go to the time machine, the Library folder it is there, but the folder has not the same colour as the other folders (it is light grey) !!!!
I've been cleaning some stuff from my computer and noticed Microsoft folder in /Library/Fonts folder (not in my user Fonts folder). I figured it was from Office back when I installed it and the uninstalled it but it obviously didn't unistall these fonts. Many of the provided fonts are already available on the OSX so I figured it is safe to remove that folder. But it wasn't. Firefox lost all the text so I had to restore that folder and then everything was OK. Is it possible to remove link with that fonts and leave it to OS fonts?
I have a problem in that the Safari folder is not found in the Library folder. I use OS X Lion and the Library folder is permanently displayed (by using Terminal) under Computer, but the Safari folder is strangely enough not there. I have tried to find it while showing hidden files (also by using Terminal commands) but to no avail. Both Lion and Safari are updated to their latest versions.I need to find and use the bookmarks.plist file, which cannot be found since its parent Safari folder is not displayed. (I need it to alter it in order to remove the bookmarks and bookmark bar folders on the iPhone, by iTunes sync.)
I just noticed that my Library folder is missing from my home folder. I have the one on my hard drive but not in the home folder. I did a search for it and cannot find it. I went into Time Machine and found it way back in November of 2011....it did not show up after that. It was about that time when I installed Lion...maybe in that process I lost it from my home folder. If I can't find the missing one....and I can't.....should I restore the old one in Time Machine? I started to do that but then I got the question about do I want to have it REPLACE the old one (I don't know where the old one is to replace), do I want to save BOTH files, or do I just want to leave the old one. I would leave the old one if I knew where it was but I don't. What should I do.....should I check 'replace the old one?" Then the library folder will be one from 2011. Does that matter? I don't want to do the wrong thing.
In my sidebar menu, when I click on my the name of my computer, the "library" folder does not appear along with documents, downloads, music, etc. so in order to get into the mail downloads folder I have to do a search first. I think perhaps the library folder was moved or deleted by mistake, and I cannot figure out how to bring it back.
I'm having a problem with adding files to iTunes. When I try to add a file to my iTunes library, it will not let me go into the folder to select individual files. It tries to add the enter folder. For example, I have all my music on an external drive. When I click "Add to Library" it brings up the hard dive. When I try to click the hard drive, it does not show me any other folders. It just tries to add the entire drive. I've moved a folder of one musical artist to my desktop, but it does the same thing. Tries to add the entire folder. It won't let me delve deeper and select albums or individual songs.
I have given up on Time Machine (see post 8th Aug), and I have now dragged the contents of my user folder to an external HD for back-up. Is there any reason why the Library folder with the preferences in wont copy?