How To: Disable secure virtual memory in Mac OS X

Disable secure virtual memory in Mac OS X

This video will show you how to disable secure virtual memory in Mac OS X.

From the top left of your screen click on the apple icon. Click on system preferences from the pull down menu. Click on the security icon. Click on the image of the closed lock from the bottom left of the window so that you can change make changes.
In the pop up window, enter your name and password, then click OK. Uncheck the option for Use Secure Virtual Memory. This will inform you that you must restart your computer for the changes to take effect. Click on the image of the open lock in the bottom left of the window to lock it again.

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