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How To Fix "Invalid Node Structure" Error On Apple Mac Computer

"Invalid Node Structure" "The Volume Machintosh HD Could Not Be Verified Completely" is one error every Apple OS user must fear, the error is a sign of corrupt storage disk directory structure and the Mac OS X built-in Disk Utility fails to fix the problem. Most of the time a user would get stuck at the Apple Logo with the spinner, even if you are lucky to boot into the operating-system you will find missing applications and issues with your dashboard depending on which part of the directory catalog got corrupted.

Luckily, we do have quite a few tricks and tools up our sleeves to get this handled properly fixing the system making sure maximum possible data recovery. In this post, I will be sharing three possible solutions to get this issue resolved.

Invalid Node Error On Mac OS X

Solution for iMac's inability to connect with WiFi 802.11n only access point

Tweaking your WiFi configuration for maximum throughput sometimes have adverse side-effects, we have already seen how changing your WiFi channels can create problems with non-standard or incompatible WiFi cards.

Having customized your WiFi config can also create strange problems like WiFi being visible and connectable but with limited functionality and no web-browsing. As evident from the screenshots on the right and below my iMac running Mac OS X 10.8.2 is having issue communicating with my router, after researching over the internet reading numerous forums and help articles I finally figured out the solution experimenting with my router config.

iMac having trouble connecting to 802.11n only mode

Using Startup Manager In Mac For Boot Volume Selection

Having the option to boot into an operating-system of your choice in multi-boot environment is an much needed feature. While PC's have BIOS options to change/select the booting order, Apple's Mac computers features an handy "Startup Manager" utility to enable boot selection during computer start, this comes specially handy when using Windows via BootCamp to pick which OS volume to boot.

Apple Mac Boot Manager

Zorro Macsk - Turns Your iMac Into A Huge Touchscreen

Touch interactive user-interfaces are the latest trend across today's gadget and gizmos landscape, however if you are not willing to shell out premium money for these expensive touchscreens here is something of your interest.

TMDtouch is an China based company which is offering an innovative solution to enable full touch ability and gesture support to existing screens without installing anything on the host operating-system, the "Zorro Macsk" system works by mounting an magnetic aluminum frame on top of your screen and plugging in the USB cable to get everything working. The sensors built into the frame interacts with OS native multi-touch gestures converting your screen to a huge touchscreen display.


Zorro Macsk

Must watch, exciting video demonstration of "Zorro Macsk" with iMac running Mac OS X and an huge screen running Windows 8 posted ahead.

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