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I believe you have to update it so the motherboard will recognize the newer CPU's. I did a 6-core upgrade to my 2012 (which is a 2010) Mac Pro and it has worked beautifully. You might also need to watch the heatsink tightening process. I remember reading something about some of the replacement CPU's being taller than the stock CPU's because Apple didn't ...


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The MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) has, 2 - 204-pin PC3-8500 (1066 MHz) DDR3 SO-DIMM Memory Slots in which Apple says the Maximum Memory is 8 GB. In order to utilize 16 GB you need, 2 x 8.0GB PC8500 DDR3 (1066 MHz 204 Pin) running Mac OS X 10.7.5 Lion or later and the latest EFI Boot ROM version Firmware for the model Mac you have, which should be ...


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I think I've got the solution. Apart from enabling dark menu and dock all you have to do is to turn on "Increase contrast" option. See below:


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This kind of applies to all hardware, not just apple computers. I did a search for Anker USB Hub. None of the results showed a powered USB Hub. They all relied on the USB Bus for power. The average USB port has about 500 mA available. (900 mA in USB3.0) USB Keyboard uses between 50 mA and 100 mA. The USB hub itself also needs power, more if it's got all ...


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After I read the above answer I decided to 'Think different'. I think, the PRAM reset is the solution. I had the same error installing Win10. After klicking the error message away my MacPro rebooted. I hold the ALT key to see my boot options. In my boot options I had my Mac HD, the Recovery partion 10.11.3 and two partitions called Windows. I tried the ...


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Try to do these things. Check that you have this option unchecked. I am sure you have it unchecked, but just in case :) It may be set to 'Change picture: When logging in'. So let's make sure that this is not the reason. Then you may try to enter following command in terminal: rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Desktop.­plist After this, set your ...


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To record audio from analogue audio equipment, you're going to need to buy a little audio interface that plugs into the USB port of you Macbook. Here is a sampling of interfaces that should do the trick. Not all of them are cheap, but if you use it a lot, it's a good investment. If you get one, you can plug your mixer into it using standard audio cables.


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In general, the installer won't care about the count of CPU. Even run-time, most programs won't check on the number of CPU and instead just make threads and throw it at the kernel for execution. Software can certainly query the system on timing and Logic and other audio processing apps certainly do - but you might have made things worse if that program is ...


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To fix that you will probably have to reinstall Mac OS X. To do that, hold the command key when you press the power button and when the system starts up, click the option to re install Mac OS X. Hope this helps.



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