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I have been looking for an answer across the board for this! I have a 120GB Hard Drive and I want it to work as if it was a Flash Drive and not as a backup for my mac... It has stuff on it and I am not currently using it as a Backup Device, but more of a Normal Storage, yet, I am unable to copy stuff to the device! Is there any way I can make it work like a Flash Drive and be able to copy stuff to it from my Mac? Thanks in advance! For example! Look at my 120GB Icon.... Compared to my 32GB Flash Drive Icon...
Hello, back again. This time i purchased a dead cheap x220t in order to try and enjoy some tablet input under osx. x220's have been very pleasing affordable hackintosh computers, I thought id look at the tablet versions and just dived in. x220t's however are showing up for a while now with "no pressure" in various guides, I decided to delve deep, knowing i could get-rid of the tablet worst case, or have a pointer input with at best case pressure. Perhaps we can solve this issue by resolving it in Yosemite and bringing a functional tablet into High Sierra, or worst case El Capitan. Shouts go out to folk progressing things here: http://x220.mcdonnelltech.com/ https://www.reddit.com/r/thinkpad/comments/6b9rua/my_thinkpad_x220_using_macos_in_the_desert_maybe/ https://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=116064&start=60 Looking out there , there are two models, one with multitouch, one without. Multitouch versions seem to fall on various dead ends. The thinkpad user from thinkpads.com described a process that works with his non-multitouch model, using the driver from wacom, configuring etc and having success. I will ask him for his device and vendor id's to see the difference in models. I will also need his successful configuration too. If you are a non-multitouch user, you could provide me with device and vendor ids for the ISD-V4 or whatever the device is listed as under System Profiler and configuration files for the wacom driver listed here https://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=116064&start=60 I am understanding this can only be properly configured in Mavericks, and then dragged over to Yosemite. This file could be an important step, to others wanting to use the old wacom driver. I seem to have the multi-touch model. on the Multitouch version I see two instances of ISD-V4 under controllermate, but obviously one device in System Profiler. I suspect this device can be configured with someones non-multitouch version preferences, pulled from ftp://ftp.wacom-europe.com/pub/Mac/cons521-3_int.dmg once installed and configured. Hence asking for such files. On a more positive note, to confirm tablet pressure once and for all with regards to the grey posts i have found out there, it seems both models can give tablet pressure in yosemite. Going by users with the non-multitouch versions success and my recent success with this old machine. I have experimented with throwing a lot of wacom drivers on this machine, to no success, but the stock iohidfamily.kext from yosemite will give tablet pressure in affinity photo, without any drivers installed. In Yosemite. On Multitouch, Mouse offset issues appear when using it in Sierra , but tablet pressure returns - this is due to depreciation of IOHID http://dae.me/blog/2144/on-macos-sierra-support-and-the-future-of-smoothmouse/ I had hoped we could use something like smoothmouse to resolve, perhaps it could be used in El Capitan or the offset resolved, once again, using the wacom driver and configs. So I am making this "the post", to try and resolve this for those wanting to use this laptop to experiment. Right now I have scratchy tablet pressure due to not being able to configure properly. If you do install the wacom driver listed as successful on the multitouch version in yosemite, by default (with using rehabmans voodoops2 etc) middle mouse button behavior causes an immediate log out. Very weird. My machine came with windows pre-installed so I will fire up the windows 10 i have and see if any preferences can be pulled from that. Non-multitouch users: Can you install the wacom driver in yosemite, and pull your configs and share. Multitouch users - try an install of yosemite, fully updated and run affinity photo. Click the brush tool and you will see you have an option for pressure (little brush icon with a radar), this happens without need of wacom software installed. 056a:00e6 -is the device and vendor id for the multitouch, i now need the device and vendor id of the non-multitouch version.