Mojave sur un macbook pro de 2011

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Bernard Robert
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quelqu'un à t-!l essayé d'installer avec un patch Mojave sur un m=
acbook pro de 2011? le patch s'appelle: macOS Mojave Patcher.dmg
merci pour les réponses
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Le 07/10/2018 à 19:04, Bernard Robert nous a fait part de ceci :
Bonjour
quelqu'un à t-!l essayé d'installer avec un patch Mojave sur un macbook pro de 2011? le patch s'appelle: macOS Mojave Patcher.dmg
merci pour les réponses


Tu as sans doute lu cette page:
Les limites connues du patch y sont listées:
"Known issues:
- Graphics anomalies: Currently, pre-metal video cards used in Mojave
will produce a weird darkish grey Menu Bar and Finder sidebar when using
the light theme. In the dark theme, however, these anomalies are not
present.
- AMD Radeon HD 5xxx/6xxx series GPU acceleration: Currently, it is not
possible to get full graphics acceleration when running Mojave on a
system with a Radeon HD 5xxx or 6xxx series GPU. Mojave will be almost
UNUSABLE without graphics acceleration. This includes the 15" and 17"
MacBook Pro systems (MacBookPro8,2 and 8,3). If you want to enable GPU
acceleration on these machines, you'll need to disable the AMD GPU (This
will work on MacBook Pro 8,2 and 8,3 systems ONLY. You CANNOT disable
the AMD GPU in an iMac.) Weird colors will also be produced when running
Mojave with one of these video cards installed/enabled. To disable the
AMD GPU on a 2011 MacBook Pro 8,2 or 8,3, follow the guide found here.
- Early-2008 Mac Pro (MacPro3,1) GPU support: When running Mojave, you
CANNOT use a newer AMD video card EVEN IF it is a Metal-comptible card
and is supported in Mojave. The newer AMD drivers used in Mojave require
the SSE4.2 instruction set, which the MacPro3,1 does not support. There
is no way around this at this time. Your only GPU upgrade options for
MacPro3,1 systems are nVidia cards, which work perfectly fine.
- Built-in iSight cameras: Currently, built-in iSight cameras do not
work correctly on some machines. It seems to be hit or miss, but when
installing, expect your iSight camera to be non-functional.
- Trackpad (MacBook5,2 affected only). The trackpad in the MacBook5,2
isn't fully supported in Mojave. While it works and is fully usable,
Mojave detects it as just a standard mouse, preventing you from changing
some trackpad-oriented settings.
- Unsupported WiFi modules in some systems. Macs that use the Broadcom
BCM4321 WiFi module will not have functional WiFi when running Mojave. A
fix for this is to open up your machine and install a compatible WiFi
card. Machines affected include some MacPro3,1, MacBook5,2,
MacBookPro4,1, iMac8,1, Macmini3,1, and MacBookAir2,1 systems. Please
note that not all these machines will have an unsupported card, this is
just a list of machines known to have shipped with that card in some
configurations.
-- You can find out whether or not you have an unsupported card by
opening System Profiler (About this Mac>System Report...), and clicking
on WiFi under the Network section. Take note of the value listed for
"Card Type".
IDs that DO NOT work under Mojave:
- (0x14E4, 0x8C)
- (0x14E4, 0x9D)
- (0x14E4, 0x87)
- (0x14E4, 0x88)
- (0x14E4, 0x8B)
- (0x14E4, 0x89)
- (0x14E4, 0x90)
Any ID not listed, such as (0x14E4, 0x8D), is a supported card, and will
work perfectly fine under Mojave."
Hth
--
Manfred
Middle Of Nowhere
iMac Intel Core 2 Duo, early 2009, OS X 10.11.6
"I would trade all my technology for an afternoon with Socrates."(S.J.)
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