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The partition GUID of disk0s2 (DE94BBA4-06D1-4D40-A16A-BFD50179D6AC) is probably wrong. It designates the partition as a Windows Recovery Environment, which is the ugly stepsibling of macOS' recovery partition. Changing the GUID of a partition doesn't modify the volume format! A wrong GUID usually renders a partition unbootable though. It's rather unclear ...


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I talked with the company that sold me most of my system (but not the Mac - just everything else) and we couldn't find a solution. I called Metra, the people who make the HDMI switch and one of them suggested something I could get from Amazon. It cost me $22.49 and fixed it. I don't want to advocate for a particular brand, but what I found seems to not ...


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Yes and no The update will install new things and modify existing ones. Your data and all your programs should stay the same though, but depending on your update some programs (for example 32-bit) will stop working. You can't just downgrade to/simultaneously use the older OS if thats what you'd be trying to do after upgrading. Yet, with a TimeMachine ...


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based on Matías González answer: Step 1, Add the remapping (paste this command on your console): mkdir ~/Library/KeyBindings && cd ~/Library/KeyBindings && touch DefaultKeyBinding.dict && echo '{"#," = ("insertText:", ".");}' > DefaultKeyBinding.dict Step 2, Restart the mac The # indicates the remapping is for the keypad only. ...


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