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Electrical faults: If the cause is not obvious to you then take it to someone who will know how to find it - for a Mac, that is your nearest Apple repair place. Please don't stick live, even slightly …
answered Mar 12 '13 by Gilby
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This discussion in the Apple Support Communities says to use the Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable to get the full resolution with your monitor. That thread also tells you to avoid anything to do …
answered Mar 7 '13 by Gilby
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As I am sure you are aware from the MacRumors thread you quoted: For maximum compatibility with 2020 iMac, you need four identical memory sticks. Get them from a dealer that guarantees full compatib …
answered Nov 22 '21 by Gilby
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The BRCM20702 is the Broadcom USB hub for the Bluetooth controller. So it only needs 12 mb/s speed. It has little to do with the external USB 3 ports except that it uses USB protocols to communicate …
answered Jan 4 by Gilby
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These terminal commands will show sleep/wake activity since the MacBook was last powered up. pmset -g log | grep -e "Wake from" -e "DarkWake" -e "due to" pmset -g log | egrep "\b(Sleep|Wake*|DarkWake| …
answered Apr 25 '21 by Gilby
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If you are lucky you might get a response from Archicad and/or Twinmotion users, though I suspect not many here. You might do better to ask on the discussion forums of contact the vendor. Failing that …
answered May 24 '21 by Gilby