I have a new Mac computer. When buying it, I was told it has a wireless input device that uses a similar technology to that of Bluetooth. Of late, I have been trying to use Bluetooth on it, but I have not been able to. How do I find out whether my computer has Bluetooth? How do I activate Bluetooth on a Mac Computer? All help is appreciated.
Are you a Mac or a PC user? What are some of the differences? What do you think open source software means? What do you know about software? What can software be used for? Are you a Facebook, Mixi or Myspace user? .MOV' extension refers usually to what kind of file? Most modern TV's draw power even if turned off. The circuit in which the power is used has what function?
Which graphic processor is used in Apple Mac Mini MC815HN/A? Describe about RAM quality? Which operating system is included in it? Can I connect this to the big screen of my home? What is the storage capacity available? Is any mouse available with this? Can I Install Skype or any IM application into it? Is there any charging system available? Can I install multiple memories into it? Can I grab photos and videos from digital camera? Thank You
I have a windows 7 bootcamp on it, furthermore Yosemite. On Yosemite, it can't discover my home Wi-Fi yet recognizes others'. I need to utilize Kext Repair, connect to my Ethernet link and restart into it to make it work. In the event that I switch on windows 7, it can't discover it by any stretch of the imagination. Nothing works, I took a stab at everything. After a week or somewhere in the vicinity, it mystically repairs itself and works for like 1-2 days and afterward it happens once more. I don't comprehend what's going on or how I can settle it, please offer assistance!
I as of late figured out that when I attempt to join the MacBook air charger to the MacBook, it starts particularly when the charger sort of rubs with the MacBook body. Presently you may inquire as to why I rub it with the MacBook body, well thing is I needed to charge my macintosh and I was hunting down the charger gap utilizing the charger, so it started when it rubbed the body. Is it an imperfection? It starts regardless of the possibility that my power is exchanged off. I just as of late purchased it. It's my first time utilizing a MacBook, so I am frightened.
I had recently installed a new software or let’s say application and now I am having a hard time locating where I had installed the software. I tried searching for the files and folders but nothing shows up. I even have tried reinstalling the software on a different location but there is only a empty folder over there including some weird hidden files with dll extension. Please help me this happens with most of the software I install.
My Apple USB keyboard has a numeric pad included on the right side. The odd part is that, the numeric keys work except for the numbers 8, 5, 2 and the = key. I tried every possible ways to fix it but to no avail. I even don't have any idea how and what happened. I also don't know how to fix it. Please take note that the numeric pad is not locked since other numbers works just fine. I also noticed that the Mouse Keys is not on. Any ideas?
My old MacBook has Windows 7 installed on it. It doesn't have bootcamp and it boots from a DVD. It has Intel Core 2 Duo with 2GB RAM if these information will help; and it's the one with white color. The problems I am encountering are, first, it runs very slow. I want to know if reformatting this can help. Second, I need drivers for the graphics card, mouse and the others. Where can I find drivers for this? Anyone?
I don't understand but when I upgraded my dedicated VRAM with an 8GB RAM to 512 VRAM, it works fine. But I only got 512MB dedicated VRAM on my 16GB MacBook Pro 15" with Intel 4000. Is it possible to expand or increase the dedicated RAM? Or any other suggestions?
A month and a half ago, I installed a new SSD and everything works well. I followed all the instructions here and everything turns great. Last week, I installed an update from Apple but before doing it, I disabled the TE and re-enabled the kext. I installed the update and enabled TE again. Then I disabled kext and all works well. I did the same exact procedure when the latest Apple update came out. The problem is, the MBP was unable to boot up. I don't know what happened. I have an original installer of OS X and I'm not sure if I just reinstall it and start from there again?
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