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I assume you are talking about the first generation MacPro "CheeseGrater" tower. for future reference it is best to include the model number with your question so there is no confusion. The screws are actually standard threads and common to ANY hard drive. You should be able to get these screws at any hardware store worth its name. Just take the HD with you ...


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To regain keyboard access to your machine to troubleshoot the fault and restore correct functionality, here are (2) options to get back into your machine: Option 1: Wireless Keyboard Buy a Wireless (USB) Keyboard which uses a USB dongle that looks like a USB Flash Drive that you can just insert into a USB port (or USB-C adapter) and it should "just work". ...


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Yes, you can assume that none of your data is still on the MacBook Air. All personal data stored on the laptop itself is stored on the SSD, so removing this effectively removes the data from the laptop. It is also possible that the SSD is still fully functioning, so if you made the mistake of not backing up your data, you may be able to still access it from ...


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Could be another app recording a workout automatically. Check the Health app or the Workouts tab in the app you screenshotted, to see if you have any apps registering additional workouts in the background.


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The real question is: Is this a hardware failure or a software problem? If it's a hardware problem, then you need to take it to an Apple Store or other authorised repair shop. There is currently a repair programme for known problems to some new models. If you can get your hands on a USB keyboard, you can see whether that works, or if the problem remains. ...


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Speakers don't have "wattage." They do have the capacity to accept power up to a certain level, but the technical specifications of this MacBook do not include the power-handling capacity of the speakers, nor do the specifications disclose the amount of power produced by the computer's audio output circuit. In addition, however, how "loud" a given speaker ...


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I've been to one more repair shop, they also refused to open it and redirected me to official Apple Service center. I scheduled an appointment at the Genius Bar. Apple representative provided me with following information: They don't open iPads. Assuming you have Apple Care and there is a problem, they replace the whole unit. They don't advise opening it, ...


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Launching Karabiner elements fixed this issue for me. https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/


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