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Windows 7: Yosemite upgrade stops Macs with aftermarket SSDs from booting

27 Nov 2014   #31

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Groze, thanks for your suggestion. Much appreciated.
Honestly, I'm not a big Linux guy, but I may install a copy of Win 7.
By far most chess software is written for Windows, so I could run the rest of the chess software I have with Parallels.
Seems to be plenty Win 7 still on Amazon.

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