Réponse à : « Can't boot from internal ssd APPLE SSD AP0128H »After Hours trying to get a fresh install on it using a 2014 MBA I just put it back in the 2015 MBA it came from and it worked as it should. ssd AP0128H just not compatible with 2014 Macs! Update (03/11/2020): The last release of the 11″ MacBook Air in Early 2015 brought minor upgrades to a few components, but left the SSD tech virtually unchanged. The drives were the only of Apple’s product lines to keep the PCIe 2.0 x2 technology from the previous generation, but the drives were still modified with firmware changes that rendered them incompatible with earlier MacBook Air laptops. The new drives were also now branded “Apple” rather than with the third party manufacturer’s name, although the flash chips on the SSD make it clear that Toshiba and SanDisk were manufacturers. from: https://beetstech.com/blog/apple-proprietary-ssd-ultimate-guide-to-specs-and-upgrades
Réponse à : « iMac pre 2012 Mojave Support »Imac 4670 cards will work in Mojave with dosdude1 patch just fine. Boot screen and all! The only thing I have found is that Netflix does not work in Safari…but it does in Chrome… You can try a lot of mxm cards from other venders, like HP etc…and if you already have the Mojave patch up and running, then you must wait for the log in screen, until then it will be blank/black. BUT not all cards work at that point, just be patient. I have found that the HD4670 / HD4850 cards work really good, and i’m not playing games, but there are 2GB cards that work( with out the boot screen ) but they are older cards and their performance is…dated. All in all though, my 2009 and 2011 27” iMacs with a HD4670/HD4850 cards run Mojave quite nicely, with an SSD HDD and Mac Fan Control installed so I never have heat problems or noisy fans. I expect that the performance relative to newer iMacs isworth the $$ that I'm saving from getting a newer Mac that only runs moderately faster yet costs tremendously more. So stay away from the...