Ed Rooney Posted September 5, 2020 Share Posted September 5, 2020 I solved one problem on my MacBook Air but created 6 or 7 new problems. The problem I solved: my keyboard was not typing the same thing that was on the keys. ? was a hyphen, * was 8, and so on. There were a dozen keys like this. Liverpool One Apple people had never seen it before. I thought if I could return to the factory preset, the keyboard would be right. So I reloaded the OS. It was hell to do but when I finally got it done yesterday, I found that I had screwed up some other things. One: I deleted a bunch of files on my Air's desktop. Fine . . . but those files where also deleted from my MacBook Pro. The Pro was turned off but when I turned it on those files were gone. I downloaded Disk drill but when I tried to restore the files they said I needed Disk drill Pro ($$) to do it. Two: I can't get the WiFi in my building on the Air. The Air won't accept the building WiFi's password. They want me to put in a WPA2 network password. What's that??? I walked the Air over to Apple and from outside the store I was able to get on their WiFi. I will try to book an appointment with them next week. All this stuff has me brain dead. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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