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These are what you need to keep in mind: The battery works using chemical reactions, these reactions cannot be stopped but they can be slowed. A laptop with the battery left in will continue using that battery very slowly. A battery left completely dead inside a laptop that is still trying to draw power will kill the battery completely. If you are ...
The iPad charger is 10 W and the MacBook charger is 29 W, so you would really be limping along from a power source that's not sufficient. I haven't tested, but my guess is the MacBook won't even try to charge from that small power source. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201700 The second hurdle you will face is that you'll need a charging cable to go ...
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No, you can't reimport the PDF. You should still have the photos in your library and you can use the PDF to guide you in recreating the book.
You need to sign up to use you appleID for iMessage with same appleID that you use with your MacBook (@aol email) on the phone. This can be done by going to settings -> messages -> send & receive; and tapping the option, which reads something to the effect of "use appleID for iMessage". Once it logs in and activated, Apple will associate the phone ...
You have memory leak somewhere and it's causing your system to essentially supplement ram with hard drive. Open activity monitor, go to the memory tab, and sort by usage. See if you can figure out what program or combination of programs is gobbling up all your memory. Also that same tab will show you used memory, swap space, etc.
I have the same issue and resolved it by plugging one display into the HDMI port of the Belkin Dock, and the 2nd monitor into the HDMI port on the MacBook Pro. I know it kind of defeats the purpose of a dock, but I now have 2 HDMI displays being driven by my MacBook Pro without the need of a Thunderbolt display.
Apple hardware does not use processor sockets. The CPU is soldered to the logic board. Upgrading a logic board on an older machine is only theoretically possible if there were more powerful processor options created for the same generation of machine, and then the parts and labor cost usually makes this unreasonable compared to the cost of purchasing a new ...
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