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Easy option: use a wired Apple mouse and keyboard to uninstall the USB Overdrive. If you are lucky enough to be using a MacBook of any kind, the built-in trackpad and keyboard work as usual. If you are using a desktop Mac, see if you can borrow an Apple USB mouse and keyboard. Use the Apple mouse and keyboard to uninstall the USB Overdrive by clicking Uninstall USB Overdrive in the Info tab of the app.
Not even disabling support for all types of devices in USB Overdrive system preferences offered any improvement for me*--multifinger gestures were still not happening via Bluetooth, but only when plugged into the Mac. However, uninstalling USB Overdrive did the trick! Now the MT2 works swimmingly over BT.
At least some function keys were not being recognized for their normal system control interpretations (e.g., volume up/down) with USB Overdrive installed, and creating custom keystroke actions in USB Overdrive had no effect either. Expected keyboard behavior was gained by uninstalling USBO.
Me too! Thank you, wgish. Not only that, but uninstalling USB Overdrive fixed the Fn-Delete issue on my new Magic Keyboard. Even better, it fixed the widely-noted failure of AirDrop to work between Macs!
"I had the same problem I fixed it by downreving the software the the release version syncing the magic trackpad 2 and then upgrading the software and everything now works great. Some thing in the beta is either not recognizing the trackpad or recognizing it as a mighty mouse I had both issues. Works on multiple machines tested this fix on my 5k iMac and Macbook 13in retina pro (fully loaded) and both work perfectly now...."
Due to recent Mac OS update, our driver must be updated to maintain compatibility. We need a driver development kit from Apple but they have not replied to our request even after repeated emails. Therefore our driver development is unable to proceed. We apologize for the delay and will continue to contact Apple for the resource. Alternatively, the third party software USB Overdrive www.usboverdrive.com may be used to program the buttons on VerticalMouse. (Evoluent is not affiliated with USB Overdrive.)
not sure about how to solve the problem if the drive was built in. I vaguely recall that, many years ago when I once worked for Apple, someone inside told me that superdrive of apple notebook can be slave drive to another apple computer, maybe that is still the case, and just hook the two laptops together and the disc might eject....wild guess only though.
Assuming you are on a macbook air. One way is to go into finder and under FINDER in menu bar click on preferences. Click on sidebar button at top of pop up window. Bottom of list is devices, check the box for show cds, dvds on desktop. Go to the desktop and control click (right click ) on the cd/dvd icon and choose eject. You can also drag the cd/dvd icon to the trash can which will turn into an eject button.
Since I got my new Macbook Air 2020 (with i5 Upgrade), I encounter a strange and annoying problem every day: The MacBook suddenly looses connection to my USB devices. Namely my external wired Logitech mouse and my Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6 audio device (both are not native USB 3, but USB 2 devices).
Then I tried removing things 1 by 1 from the Macbook and testing with different hardware that works fine on all other Macs. No matter which adapter (Anker USB-C to USB-A, latest Apple Multiport Adapter) or mice (two different wired Logitech USB-A mice) I used, the issue still appeared.
In my default setup I use the latest Apple Multiport Adapter, plugged in with 30W power, FullHD HDMI Monitor and my wired usb-a Logitech mouse. The HDMI connection is always fine, while the USB connection drops. 2-3 times also the Macbook didn't charge anymore, though it was plugged in. But this might be a different issue, which only happened a few times in the last 3 weeks i have the machine.
The issue is temporarily fixed by unplugging the USB mouse from the Macbook, waiting for a few seconds, and then plugging it back in. Though this works only 50% of the time. If it doesn't work, I have to remove the whole USB-C Multiport Adapter and plug it back in. And in 10% of the time even this doesn't work immediately. Alternatively a system restart also helps. But this is of course not the solution if this happens 10-15 times a day.
The original OverDrive app has been removed from the Google Play, Apple App, and Microsoft stores. This means that new OverDrive users will need to download the Libby app to access OverDrive eBooks and eAudiobooks on their Android and iOS devices.
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* VOX 2ch Audio Driver may not work on some PCs, and it may prevent some applications from working properly.* We recommend uninstalling the VOX 2ch Audio Driver when using the target VOX product with non-ASIO driver mode or general-purpose ASIO driver.
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I just had to uninstall Apple Music from my iphone. I was keeping a small set of songs in it, songs that are not available on Spotify, but since the phone was playing once and again, every time I entered the car, always the same song, I was ultimately starting to hate it!
personally, I listen to audiobooks using the Overdrive app on my iPhone. If I stop my car for a short time, the audiobook will start again where I left off. But during an overnight stop, the music app will take over and play the first song on my A list again, much louder than my audiobook. Then I need to stop the car and search for the Overdrive app, fumble around looking for my book again and after 15 seconds I can drive away.
I listen to audible books and just when I put the car in reverse and the car screen shows the backup camera my book starts playing and my wife has to listen to my book until I back out of the driveway and put into Drive where my music controls show up again and I can pause it. And if the volume is down the book plays and I miss parts and have to backtrack. Very lame of IOS to not allow me to prevent this. Also lame is the title of your article. Should be 7 ways to TRY to prevent auto play. Sucked me right in.
On January 10, 2006, Apple announced the first of the Intel-based macs (Macbook Pro and iMac) which can still run older PowerPC programs in emulation mode with Rosetta. Intel-ready programs are usually available as Universal Binaries, programs that can run on PPC and Intel.
If you use an external drive, some models may overheat with continuous use, which may cause erratic behavior. Make sure your drive has adequate ventilation. For example, some drives are designed to sit upright like a book vs flat. Take care to ensure heat vents are positioned as intended for optimal use.
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