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I've just upgraded to OSX Catalina from Mojave on my VMWare Workstation 15.5, running on Windows 10.
The Sidecar feature is there, and after connecting my iPad Pro 12.9" 2018 running iPadOS 13.1.2 via USB cable, it is recognized as a display device in the Sidecar preferences.
However, when I enable it, the Sidecar screen on the iPad is completely black / blank. I can't send anything over, and if I mouse over the green + on an app window (i.e. Safari) to move it to the iPad, nothing happens and the screen remains blank. The sidebar will only appear after I turn it off and on again at Catalina's Sidecar preferences. The buttons there actually work. For example, if I move Safari over to iPad, the screen is blank, but if I activate the on-screen virtual keyboard and type there, the text actually goes to the Safari's search bar (the Safari still appears on the desktop).
Is this a compatibility issue with VMWare, where Catalina can't properly recognize the second screen? I've tried changing host VM settings too, i.e. to "host setting" or 2 monitors, enable / disable 3D acceleration, nothing works. the iPad is definitely correctly connected, as I can browse / backup its data at the Finder.
Can anyone please advice on how to enable Sidecar properly in VMWare? Thank you.
Below is a screenshot of how it looks like on my iPad:
Hi I need Help With My Hp Probook 6470b recently i Install Hackintosh after Many Weeks of Research I was able to install it correctly everything is Working.
I Install all the Kext That needed, Than i notice That My Laptop Battery was Draing vary fast After doing some Googling I find That my Cpu is Clocking at 2.60GHz which is base speed and consuming the battery So in order to fix it i try to install ssdtPRGen but after installing it i get Kernal panic and laptop wont boot (I Already try -xcpm and Kernelpm=true) to fix it but no fix, it Does boot after trying an trying agian but it reboot again. i was able to see my clock speed in that moment it was stable but my battery icon was gone and when i plugged my external wifi usb dongal it kernel panic again at this point i dont know if it is my usb dongal
i use this guide
Although i am using it if dont install ssdtPRGen.aml and use Default RehabMan it Works no Kernel Panic But My Battery Drain Really Fast
pls Help Me
My laptop Specs:
HP Probook 6470b
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3230M CPU @ 2.60GHz
IGPU: Intel HD 4000
I Install Mac Os Mojava
if there is any other option or way to fix this pls Help Me
I would like to try to install Catalina on a 64 GB flash drive, in order to bypass the SATA issue. I so thay many managed to do that on external SSDs.
Actualy, already tried it. The first step finished ok, just it took much longer. After first booting from the target flash drive from the installing flash drive, it blocked on something like ”installer will create a non-removeable partition”. Perhaps if I waiting long enough, I would have passed that phase, but there were already some 15 minutes since it blocked.