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About PippoX0

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  1. Lenovo Yoga 300-11IBR

    Hint: Try with OSX Mavericks. It's older, well documented, and easy to install. Then if you have success , then you can try another OSX like El Capitan. You can Try Clover or Enoch, as you prefer ...
  2. Well, good to know that Tapatalk plugin is back too. Mobile browsing forum is better on Tapatalk. :-) sent from my iPhone
  3. Universal Apps ? No Thanks ! Better two separate world MacOs and iOS , but with specific great apps !! This is IMMO .... See Ya
  4. New InsanelyMac Website

    welcome back to our great forum !!
  5. Slow boot clover

    Search on google Amd OSx forum ... sent from my iPhone
  6. High Sierra is about 4,0Gb , this HSierra of 1,8Gb is an update ! sent from my iPhone
  7. Paragon has released a free tool : Retrofit Kit to access new APFs drive https://www.paragon-software.com/business/apfs-kit-mac/ It can be downloaded for free. Supported Operating Systems macOS Sierra 10.12 Mac OS X El Capitan. 10.11 Mac OS X Yosemite. 10.10 Supported File Systems : APFS (read-only) Hurry up and get it ! New experiments can begin ... See ya Pippox0 sent from my iPhone
  8. Refit doesn't work

    Have you seen here ? http://refit.sourceforge.net/help/ sent from my iPhone
  9. You can try to create a symlink sent from my iPhone
  10. Boot with USB, use disk utility , repair disk and permissions. Or restart over and reinstall Osx from the beginning ... sent from my iPhone
  11. @KGP-X99. Wow, i never see a so complete and professional tutorial. Congratulations !! sent from my iPhone
  12. Run Apple diagnostic at boot . see if it reports HW faults. On the other hand, you could try to boot another mac OS X version ( older one) from external HDisk and verify if trackpad works. If it works then it is not HW issue; if it doesn't work it is an HW fault .. sent from my iPhone