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  1. Lenovo T430U AppStore Help! Evertime I try to login or download an app from the AppStore I'll get this error: "Your device or computer could not be verified. Contact support for assistance." I'v been looking online and it seems that it is because I've set the computer to be a wrong model or something(?) This is my settings at the moment: macOS Sierra Version 10.12.3 MacBook Pro (13-inch, mid 2012) Processor 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics Intel HD Graphics 4000 4 MB I know how to change the model in clover configurator, but not sure what I should change it to, so that I can get the AppStore working. - if that's even what is the problem here.. Thank you so much in advance!
  2. USB mouse not working

    USB mouse not working I've got a Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro. I am booting from the Sierra Zone USB(worked on two other laptops!) but doing the installation the trackpack is not working, so I've tried a USB mouse, but it won't work. I tried all USB ports on the laptop, enabled USB legacy in BIOS, tried another mouse and tried connecting it all though a USB hub.. Finally I tried using the boot argument: USBBusFix=yes, but that will get me stuck at "waiting on boot device". Any clues or ideas? Thanks in advance!
  3. WIFI - Cisco AE2500 ?

    WIFI - Cisco AE2500 ? I have a Cisco AE2500 USB WIFI dongle, does anyone have a working kext to it? If it is not possible, I am more than willing to buy another dongle - If so, do you have any you would suggest and can you provide me a kext to the one you suggest? Thanks in advance!
  4. I've also had the "Still waiting on root device" error. Some people suggested to try other USB ports, but that didn't work for me. Instead, I used another USB device and that worked. The first USB device I used was 3.0 and the one that worked was 2.0. That might be worth trying if you're using a USB 3.0 device
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