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Why won’t my SanDisk memory card work on my iMac desktop. My operating system is mac OS Catalina. It works on my Mac Book Pro.
Yes. There’s product called Luna Display that a hardware solution that allows you to use a Mac or an iPad as a secondary display.
Use any Mac as a second display — perfect for anyone with multiple Macs. It also works on older Mac models
I’ve personally seen this work – I wouldn’t use it for gaming, but as a secondary display it’s pretty good.
What you were looking at in the linked article is called Target Display Mode and you need a supported iMac to make that work.
I have a brand new 2019 MBP and I hooked it to a Samsung CJ89 43″ monitor directly through USB type C. It worked for a while and then suddenly the built-in screen started flashing and then the connection to the monitor was lost. The laptop reboot itself and now all 4 of the thunderbolt ports are not charging anymore. What’s worse is all above happened last week. So I took it to Apple store and got it repaired. Basically they replaced the logic board and touch ID on the device.
Now, I plugged the replaired MBP to my monitor with the same USB-C cable which is the original one from Samsung come with the monitor. It worked for a while. But the nightmare happened again suddenly. I can hear the fan go wild and it alerted with message “USB ports disabled, unplug …”. All the 4 ports are not charging AGAIN!
I tried everything like reset SHMC and PRVM etc, none of them working. Very frustrated at the moment. I’m not sure where the problem is and how can I solve this? Booked in another Genius Bar appointment on Tuesday. But the thing is even if it’s replaced or repaired – again, I really can’t tell what is causing the issue and I’m afraid of plugging it to the USB C port on my Samsung monitor after that?
Need some help and adice please.
Thanks in advance.
I’ve had this issue intermittently over the last ~month or two where I’ll be doing something on Chrome on my laptop and it will suddenly restart; usually the screen freezes, the audio repeats its last beat a handful of times, and then it goes through the rebooting process.
The only known issue is that I have way too many Chrome tabs, but I also use a plugin to keep them from using too much memory (The Great Suspender).
Does anyone know what is causing this and what I can do to stop it from happening going forward? The main concern is that it might reboot while I’m in the middle of an important video call (which thankfully hasn’t happened yet).
If it would be of assistance and if it doesn’t contain any identifying information, I could post the problem report (the message is all greek to me and very long so I don’t know if it’s okay to post or not).
Thanks in advance!
I usually change my MAC Address frequently and it worked perfectly on Catalina, however when I transitioned to Big Sur it didn’t seem to work correctly, at least for Beta 4.
I would run the command
sudo ifconfig en0 ether yourspoofedmacaddress
where I confirmed that en0 is my wireless device.
I would expect that after running
ifconfig the en0 interface ether would display the spoofed mac address, and it does, but as soon as it connects to any wifi connection, the en0 interface reverts right back to the original MAC address.
This also happens after I try to spoof any interface MAC address including en1, en2, and en3. These interfaces aren’t used at all, but once en0 receives any type of network connection, all of the spoofing reverts.
Any ideas as to why it might not work anymore in Big Sur or any workarounds for that matter?
This seems such a simple thing, I can’t believe I can’t work out how to do it or find the solution on the net.
My partner’s MACbook Pro (running 10.15) laptop was on the lock screen, and I stupidly pressed “switch user” and got to the switch-user screen with login user/password boxes and “sleep”, “restart”, “shutdown” as other options. Turns out she doesn’t know her username (it is a work’s machine) and has been logging in with a password only on the locksceen since receiving the machine. So my simple question is, how do I return to the lock screen after “switching user”? It would seem so obvious, but I’m in real trouble if I don’t find the answer in the next 24 hours…
I’m having an issue where my Macbook Pro (2015) does not identify the correct startup disk so I cannot boot from MacOS which I would like to do. I recently attempted to remove Ubuntu from my computer and messed around with the partitions which may have caused this error (I have never touched the internal components of my Mac and there has been no intensive damage so I don’t think it is a hardware issue). I have posted my
diskutil list disk0 output below as it may be useful.
/dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *121.3 GB disk0 1: EFI EFI 209.7 MB disk0s1 2: FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF 101.1 GB disk0s2
Thank you in advance,
As I frequently use Hp Electronics so to deal with the issues of Hp Officejet Pro 8600 Wireless Setup
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I have a MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019) running MacOS Catalina 10.15.6. Ever since I updated from MacOS Catalina 10.15.5, when I play music on my MacBook speakers, after a few minutes I’ll start hearing a horrible distortion noise along with the music. See https://imgur.com/a/0mK6ciP for a video I recorded of the problem.
I’m able to temporarily resolve this issue if I plug in my headphones and immediately remove them (as shown in the video), or if I go to System Preferences > Sound and change the “Alert volume” value. But then after a few minutes, the problem recurs.
I’m getting the impression this is software-based, and it’s not clear to me that the upgrade to 10.15.6 is the cause of the issue. Is there a way I can prevent this from happening?