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Processor: i5 3320M 2.6Ghz Chipset: Mobile Intel QM77 Express Graphics: Intel HD4000 Memory: 8GB DDR3 1600 Hard drive: 256GB SSD (don't know model)
- Trackpad. I had High Sierra installed initially, and following different guides the trackpad was recognised as a trackpad, and I could tap to click etc. This is not working anymore since Mojave. Mojave does not recognise it as a trackpad, even though the trackpad does function with basic functionality. I've tried removing and reinstalling the kexts but that hasn't helped. What could I check? Note: interestingly, at the login screen tap to click works! But then when I login, it doesn't anymore, and the trackpad options are not available (empty screen).
- The sound is working, but the microphone is not recognised. I'm unfortunately unsure how I can see what audio chip I have, otherwise I would have mentioned. What to do here?
- And something more minor: I'm now booting with the most recent (non beta) Clover. It shows me a lot of disks. A repair disk, an installer disk, etc. I think there is 4 or 5 in total. Is there any way to exclude disks from showing up there? I'd like it to look a bit more clean...