ive got a new mbpro since a few weeks after using an 2013 for years and getting into it step by step ...
this behaviour, that any key is starting the device form shut down status is ... not understandable. There is this physical key top right of the keyboard "power off/on)" and this is simply what it should do - at the very least with some simple ...
Adding this answer to complement @aglasser's answer.
If you want to list all the USB Devices connected to your mac, run this in the Terminal app
List all PCI devices
The short answer is yes, you can connect multiple GPUs to a single computer. There are many ways to do this. They fall under two categories, internal and external GPUs.
Many desktop computers (with the exception of some Apple iMacs) can be upgraded by the user. These GPU upgrades involve plugging a GPU card directly into the motherboard's PCie slots. You can ...
For Mac OS Big Sur
Reboot in rescue mode (reboot while "Cmd + R")
csrutil authenticated-root disable
mount -uw /Volumes/[MacOS ]
delete (or rename, or move elsewhere) the AppleThunderboltNHI.kext directory (I've moved all thunderbolt kext directories since I have no needs about this interface, but I think it works only by ...
I can only change the refresh rate for the 4K TV connected to my MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016, Big Sur) by following these steps:
Open System Preferences, then click Displays.
option+click the Scaled radio button.
Click the "Show low resolution modes" checkbox.
If steps 1-3 are above are not completed, the refresh rates are not visible.
I'm speculating that kernel_task's write may be a result of swap memory, so your 'fix' might be to not run so many things at once.
As to the rest, I'd simply stop worrying about it.
My oldest Samsung SSD has been running 24/7 since 2014 & has yet to show any sign of age. In fact the only failed SSD in the building was a cheap generic 128GB drive which ...
This YouTube video uses the
air-dry, specialty rubber coating. In fact, it's the original peelable, flexible, insulating, non-slip, durable rubber coating
Plasti Dip® to color the macbook black.
You have to clean the macbook very well before application, and you will have to mask every key on the keyboard, the screen, and your ports of course. Be careful.
Just found out that this was due to a bad switch, at least on the second keyboard. Both keyboards I was having issues with are mechanical, but it seemed pretty unlikely that they'd both have an issue for the exact same key. I swapped the switch used for the spacebar with another and it's working much better now :)
This was solved by not using the hub and cables with the Mac. See the comments on the question.
Helpful commenter AndyP says:
I've the same problem with my Early 2015 MBP. My life has been limited to two usb devices at a time for about a year. This is the most comprehensive resource on the issue I've found: https://wls.wwco.com/blog/2016/03/20/usb-3-0-hub-...