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macOS 10.13 High Sierra is Apple's operating system for Macintosh hardware. macOS Sierra was announced June 5, 2017 at WWDC, Apple's annual conference for developers where new operating systems have been announced for the last several years.

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My 2011 MacBook Pro is running High Sierra and has a WiFi problem. It stops working after a few minutes and shows "No wifi hardware installed" after reboot. A PRAM / NVRAM reset sorts this out until t …
asked May 27 '18 by Simon Baldwin
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This actually turned out to be a hardware problem. Luckily I only had to check the ribbon cable connections to the Wi-Fi card and push it on firmly to restore Wi-Fi in all three operating systems. The …
answered Jun 9 '18 by Simon Baldwin
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I had exactly the same issue on my 2010 iMac, it is a problem caused by one of the Boot Camp keyboard drivers being incompatible with 1903. I have temporarily fixed it by reverting to 1809 which works …
answered Jun 19 '19 by Simon Baldwin
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My 2011 MacBook pro has a broken WiFi card so I have been using USB dongles instead. My previous one stopped working so I have been trying to get a Mediatek MT 7601u working. This MacBook Pro is tripl …
asked Nov 28 '18 by Simon Baldwin
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I used @klanomath's solution to make the Mac partition bootable again and made a Time Machine backup. I then tried to repair the remaining errors using Disk Utility. As @klanomath warned, this made th …
answered Mar 28 '18 by Simon Baldwin
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I am running macOS High Sierra on a 2011 iMac. I was also running Windows 10 via BootCamp. In order to prepare for a 3rd OS, I installed reFind and resized the BootCamp partition to make space. Unfor …
asked Mar 21 '18 by Simon Baldwin