I can’t hear people when they FaceTime me, of course at first I thought they had muted themselves but actually the call works perfectly on my iPhone 7.
I guess this is a problem with the FaceTime app on my laptop, but I don’t find any sound settings in its preferences.
HDMI Stop working after Macbook OS Update to Mojave Version 10.14.3. Was working perfectly. I tested cable and monitor and it works on other laptops.
I’m planning on switching to Ubuntu 18.04.2 on my MacBook Pro and I want to verify my download. I followed the steps from the Ubuntu tutorial and completed obtaining keys and getting a good signature, but then I got stuck on step which is to check ISO. Keep in mind I’m using the MacBook Pro terminal so maybe my function isn’t correct? On step 6, it tells me to type out
sha256sum -c SHA256SUMS 2>&1 | grep OK
so I can compare the verified checksum to the iso. Nothing really happens or I get some weird errors, I tried many variations such as using sha256sum on the iso and using that hash replacing “sha256sum” in the ubuntu tutorial etc.
However, if I just use sha256sum on the iso file itself, it’ll give me a hash. Then I use this hash and compare it to the SHA256SUMS file from ubuntu and it matches. So is it safe to say that I have a verified iso that ubuntu intended it to be?
Also, am I comparing what’s in the SHA256SUMS file or the hash of this function “sha256sum SHA256SUMS”. Sorry if my questions are everywhere as I am so new to this. Thanks!
I’ve been reading posts here and elsewhere for weeks but I’m trying to get input for my specific situation.
My Mid 2012, 13-inch MBP is usually always in clamshell mode hooked up to a decent 1080p 24″ display. I’m looking to upgrade my external monitor. I bought an LG 27″ 4K monitor (I knew I couldn’t run 4k, my MBP supports up to 2560×1600) but I thought of it as a future-proof buy for when I eventually upgrade my MBP. Through everything, I couldn’t get it to downscale to 2560×1440 without looking extremely small. Tried SwitchResX, alt when selecting scaled in display settings. Everything. I returned it.
I’m now looking to buy a 2560×1440 display in hopes it will scale better.
My questions are:
Would it actually scale better/be useable on a 1440p monitor?
24″ or 27″ 1440p display?
Any recommendations? My requirements are 2560×1440, DisplayPort, IPS panel and 24-27″.
Specs are as follows if that helps in any way:
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012)
2.5 GHz Intel Core i5 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3
Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB
Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
My macbook crashed after an ongoing update. I get the “?” file when rebooting it. After several test i decided to reformat my SSD as it was impossible to install a new version of mac OS X on it. At this point, the SSD is crashing the reformat or erase process from diskutil. when i launched them. The system is starting to unmount the drive. Then freezing after 30 seconds approximately.
Here are the details of the hard drive and the errors
the problem is disk0
the gpt show command is showing this
when i try to repair the volume
when i try to repair the disk
Thanks a lot for the support Paul
I connect my macbook to a lenovo c-dock, which connects 2 external monitors through 2 displayPort cables. The problem I have is that the 2 external moniotors mirror each other. I looked at the display settings, and there is no options to change it. How can I make the 2 exteranl monitors display differently?
I also tried to connect one of the monitor through VGA port, the 2 monitors still duplicate.
I recently upgraded HDD to SSD on my mid-2012 macbook pro. After the SSD upgrade, the startup chime is delayed, causing slow booting of my mac.
Any potential pointers ?
MBP 2018(13-inch) got the Touch ID “reach fingerprint limit” problem, so I run xartutil –erase-all command in terminal recovery mode, then i cannot login to my account with correct password it seems that the command delete the decryption key to the hard drive, i tried to unlock it with diskutil but i failed with message “Error 69808 some information is unavailable during internal look up” is there any way that I can save my data? Thank you very much
Does the 2018 MacBook Air come with a NVMe SSD?
I believe the MacBook Pro does, since 2017, however I’m finding no information one way or another for MBA 2018.
Is anyone else seeing this issue? If my MacBook goes to sleep and wakes up the WiFi simply will not work without a restart. I’m on macOS High Sierra 10.13.6.
I always test with the website
cat.com since it tends to be fast. Nothing.
Fast.com. Nothing. Restart, boom, everything works just fine.