a little update here...
macOS High Sierra beta 9 (and GM) brings us a BootRom update for ALL Macs supported by HighSierra, so that they can boot from APFS drives.
The very, very good news about this is that this update ALSO brings NVMe boot ability on every mac back to the Mac Pro 6.1 (Late 2013) upwards...
So every Mac which have an Apple 12+16 PCIe ...
I have written a tool that helps me deploy Boot Camp in an organization where we manage a dual-boot lab environment, and one of its features is that it can download the driver package for arbitrary models:
Either git clone or download an archive of the repo, then within the root of the repo (using an iMac15,1 here as ...
Open Boot Camp Assistant, and click on "Action" in the menu bar.
Click on Download Windows Support Software.
You can download the drivers from Boot Camp Assistant.
First, uncheck "Create a Windows 7 or later install disk" and "Install Windows 7 or later version", leaving only "Download the latest Windows support software from ...
Since Mac OS 10.2, printing is handled by the CUPS system. While drivers are typically found in /Library/Printers, the folder can contain support files and many other things which are not themselves print drivers, and in the real world there is no canonical location within the folder where the actual driver files are stored.
The only authoritative list of ...
just use https://github.com/timsutton/brigadier
found it on discussions apple forum
look for the LonerT's post Aug 25, 2015 7:24 PM in response to dioshy (quoting everything from there even though 2012 model is not your case but the solution still stands)
"1. Please see BootCamp 6 update not available on MacBook Pro mid 2012 with Windows 10 for the two ...
First, find out if the package is installed, and it's name:
pkgutil --pkgs | grep -i ftdi
It should output:
Then get a list of files:
pkgutil --files com.FTDI.driver.FTDIUSBSerialDriver
In my case, this was the result:
This feature was removed in OS X 10.8. You have to use the CUPS interface by running cupsctl WebInterface=yes from Terminal and then pointing a Web browser to http://localhost:631. From there:
Open the Printers tab.
Select your printer and select Modify Printer from the second drop-down menu. (You’ll have to provide your OS credentials.)
Select your printer ...
I found a post about uninstallation of this audio driver. There is a kernel extension named PainterAudioDriver.kext in /System/Library/Extensions/ that adds the audio driver to the kernel space. To ensure that the kernel extension is loaded I used kextstat:
kextstat | grep corel
The result was:
131 0 0xffffff7f80fde000 0x4000 0x4000 com.corel....
Hardware Drivers in OS X are typically in the form of Kernel Extensions and the primary location is /System/Library/Extensions/ however they can also be within an Application Bundle. You can use kextunload to unload a Kernel extension. To see what Kernel extensions are loaded use the kextstat command in a Terminal.
Have a look at the manual page KEXTUNLOAD(...
The new Keyboard driver on Bootcamp broke the connection for my keyboard under Windows 10 and it might break yours too.
So after using the solution from Zidad for the last couple of months (thank you) I decided to find a better solution to be able to use the Fn button and all the volume and multimedia functions of the Apple keyboard, here is what you need ...
Go to /Library/Extensions and delete the "EPSONProjectorAudio.kext" kernel extension. The pesky EPSON Projector Audio driver should be gone after reboot.
(If you can't see the Library folder on your hard drive, try Finder > Go > Go to folder… and paste /Library/Extensions)
Yes - the vast majority of ethernet adapters work - especially USB-C since they are generally very new, a little more pricey and use fairly standard types of control chips and usb chips.
The Belkin you listed is both plug and play when the OS is booted, it also works at netboot from the hardware / EFI / firmware so it's truly driverless on the new Mac.
If you just want the side buttons to do back/forward in ANY
app/environment, this app is the most basic, streamlined one I've
found for this purpose on Mac OS X, and completely free (donate!).
This answer was copied from here: https://superuser.com/a/1230059/51328
I made Mac Mouse Fix.
It lets you remap your Side Buttons to Windows style Back and Forward (just like Sensible Side Buttons - in fact I copied their code) or to Switching between Spaces. It also lets you remap the Scroll Wheel Button to some useful functions like Mission Control and it features a refined Smooth-Scrolling algorithm, which I think strikes a ...
AFAIK the Apple HFS+ drivers are read-only. You may have installed another read/write driver like Paragon.
To remove Apple HFS+ Driver:
Browse to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\
Move AppleHFS.sys & AppleMNT.sys to the Recycle Bin
Create a Remove_AppleHFS.reg file with a text editor like NotePad and the following content:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5....
The short answer is Yes and No, it depends on the Mac model.
Thanks to @gillesaurejac who made the tests with the Sintech adapter and a lot of Mac models running macOS High Sierra.
His results are:
So, as for AHCI PCIe drives, (like the lite-on LGT-512B1P), they work in every 2013-2014-2015-2017 mac, but sleep is a concern with the 2014-2015 macs.
Please note there's an excellent guide on the MacRumors forum by user Cmd+Q which details how to upgrade your SSD step-by-step. Additionally there is an overview of different Apple SSD connectors as well, which helped me to better understand the different models.
Summary (from the guide):
2013-2014 MacBooks use a non-standard connector (12+16 pins) for the ...
The answer of how to install Windows 10 to a external drive has be answered may times here at Ask Different. Most notably Is it possible to use Boot Camp with Windows 10 from an external HDD?. Enough subtle changes have been made to macOS and Windows 10, that I felt the answer should be reposted. Here, I try to incorporate the best ideas in all the other ...
I found this tip from DiskAid website:
You need to manually install the required driver, the "Apple Mobile Device Support" or AMDS.
Download the iTunes installation package from the official Apple Website.
You need a program that can open a CAB file and extract contents from it. 7-zip or WinRar can do it.
Inspect the content of the iTunes installer ...
I see from your comments to the posted answer of your other question (How to remove wireless network utility icon from the menu bar?) you have a TL-WN822N V3 and both the Utility package and the Driver package come with an Uninstall.command to run to remove what's installed.
That would be the proper way to uninstall it.
Press and hold Alt/Option and click the wireless icon in the menu bar at the top right of the screen. For instance, I use TP-Link so there is a TP-Link icon. Click it while holding the Option key. You will see uninstall option there.
I finally found how to add profile: put the icm file on that directory:
And you'll see your profile here....
Anyway, this did not solved my issue, it looks like Apple really want us to buy their incredibly expensive screens. I surely regrets paying 30 boxes to upgrade to 10.8.
This question is old, but in case anyone is still looking, a driver that works is here:
Look for the link to Beta Versions and Old Releases for the latest.
The beta version works with Windows 10 Creators update as of 12/25/2017.
You will need the admin password to install the driver.
Xone comes with a kernel extension aka kext file. Kernel extensions are installed in /System/Library/Extensions/, only administrators can modify the contents of this folder.
Ask an admin if he is willing to do it for you :)
You can check what was installed and remove it manually. Copy the *.pkg file to some empty tmp folder. Then:
xar -xf YOUPACKAGE.pkg
Then print the content of the Bom file with:
lsbom $(find . -name Bom)
You'll have the list of files like: (Here's the part for Cisco AnyConnect)
./opt/cisco/vpn 40755 0/0
./opt/cisco/vpn/bin 40755 0/0
All file path ...
Update：I installed a Samsung 970 pro 1TB on macbook pro 13 2015 (A1502). And everything works well so far. Did not encountered the installation problem for PM981. The whole procedure is easy, the only thing you need to do is to format the disk to HFS+ in repaire mode (Command+Option+R) before install High Sierra using network. No usb disk is needed.
There's also a free app called Karabiner Elements. It can be used for various mappings, including keyboard and mouse.
Get it from: https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/
I've been using it successfully since getting a mac.
With this you can add a "Complex Modification" from their site. I found one for back and forward functionality.
Make sure to tick the devices ...