At least use the last version that worked. I expect we should see several more years of High Sierra support from Apple. But, still, if I had the 2011, I would keep using the High Sierra. So I can install windows on a 20 years old machine but I cannot install Mojave on a 8 years old machine. It is exactly the opposite of what made me be an evangelist in the first place. I personally own a 2011 MacBook Pro that still works great, so this is disappointing but ultimately understandable.
Was running High Sierra and then run your Mojave image installation. This would cause problems with External Monitors. Apple likes to solder everything to the Mainboard now, so you can't upgrade anything anymore. However, you might still come across the occasional user interface or Wifi glitch. I believe I may have the same device as yourself. Google this and you will find what you are looking for. Therefore, the user can use a flash drive to kick off the installation on unsupported Macs.
You will find a solution. My main motivation for handoff was for the Hot Spot function. So good that Apple could have choosen to support them even. I had issues several years ago when nothing was supported anymore when I was on an old version and had issues trying to upgrade way later on. It runs great, and is still a seriously awesome computer running High Sierra. I'm running Mojave on my headless MacMini 2012. I reverted back to High Sierra.
Thats all that was expressed! There are other options too, like maybe using usb sound device, like sound blaster play, or like what John said. It is working great for me, and I'd now recommend doing the same if you are in the same boat. Well, I engaged in more in-depth investigation of the software solutions Google is your friend for this. Good for you, b Ayoub! High Sierra supported MacBook Pros from 2010 on. This is the problem with most apple users. If you really want to install Mojave, you can do a search online for Mojave on Unsupported Macs. High Sierra supported MacBook Airs from from 2010 on.
While High Sierra supported most Macs made in 2010, Mojave is requires hardware from 2012, with a few exceptions. I'm not sure if mine is retina or not?? There is lot's of info available on the internet about how to do this. High Sierra supported iMacs from 2009 on. I feel lucky I made it from 2011 until 2019 before it manifested! I finally came across a complete solution that fixed everything except for the no-internal-display issue. . High Sierra supported Mac Minis from 2010 on. If you get stuck anywhere in the process, check out the official installation video given below.
Font issue is not the problem, it can be fixed. Maybe, just maybe you should really think about the solution rather than pointing out the otherwise obvious stated standard of Apples cited publications for all to read. High Sierra supported MacBooks from 2009. Sierra was solid as a rock. I have a macbook pro mid 2012 running on high sierra. Mojave is cool, but not cool enough for a heavy investment just to use it. Umm yeah this brand new, extremely expensive model had better be supported.
It is developed by developer Dosdude who also developed similar patches for Sierra and High Sierra firmware. I guess when you can't innovate effectively anymore, you just build planned obsolescence into the products so folks just throw them away and buy new. Our thanks to Juli Clover for spotting the list of supported devices yesterday. Bottom line: I will now get several more years out of my MacBook Pro Early 2011 8,2 and Mojave is working great! If your Mac model has a Metal-capable graphics cards, you are in luck. At the time DosDude didn't have an updater as well. High Sierra significantly increased drain while sleeping and my system became less stable.
I want back to 14. You need to stick with DosDude moving forward. Stop making excuses for apple, your point is totally invalid. It was just a few days later it came out. Step 5 You can now start the installation straight from your flash drive. Keep in mind that the manual process involves a significant amount of effort and expertise.
It is still working great for me, with latest High Sierra. If you need a new computer today, I cannot in good conscience recommend Apple anymore over the competition. Yes, I would like to be able to upgrade to Mojave. Furthermore, it is heavily dependent on the Metal framework, which is available only in 2012 and later models. I have a laptop which I got it back in 1999, that's a 20 years old machine I've installed Window 10 on it without any problem. Ok later still but your explanation was the clearest thus far.
Apple doesn't officially support that product anymore. Mojave needs the patch to run properly on that Mac, and there is always a possibility of the future update breaking something, because that Mac is not supported by Apple. Then again drivers and Windows has always been an adventure. But it's not without its issues!! So I don't want that to happen now on down the road. The old font rendering engine is still there in the Mojave, it is just disabled, and can be enabled. Also debating whether or not to upgrade to Mojave.