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stereo747
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MFC doesn't seem to work anymore after upgrade to High Sierra

25 Dec 2017, 08:52

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since I upgraded to High Sierra I get this message that there's a 'non-Apple file', the app loads and starts but then it only shows the various temperatures and I can't change the settings, plus I don't think it's really doing anything anymore, am I the only one getting this?

Macs Fan Control 1.4.9
MacBookPro8,2
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2635QM CPU @ 2.00GHz [100]
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000, AMD Radeon HD 6490M
macOS 10.13.2

Fans:
Left side-min{2000}curr{2001}max{6200}mode{2,TB1T,20,30}
Right side-min{2000}curr{1998}max{6200}mode{2,TB2T,20,30}


TempSensors:
TB0T (Battery Max) - 29.2969, 29.2969
TB1T (Battery Sensor 1) - 29.2969, 29.2969
TB2T (Battery Sensor 2) - 29, 29
TC0C () - 53.6875, 53.6875
TC0D (CPU Diode) - 51.625, 51.625
TC0E () - 54.1172, 54.1172
TC0F () - 56.0938, 56.0938
TC0P (CPU Proximity) - 45.625, 45.625
TC1C (CPU Core 1) - 54, 54
TC2C (CPU Core 2) - 53, 53
TC3C (CPU Core 3) - 52, 52
TC4C (CPU Core 4) - 55, 55
TCGC (GPU PECI) - 54, 54
TCSA () - 47, 47
TCTD () - 0.121094, 0.121094
TG0D (GPU Diode) - 11.25, 11.25
TG0P (GPU Proximity) - 40, 40
THSP () - 37.5, 37.5
TM0S (Memory Slot) - 61.168, 61.168
TMBS () - -1, 0
TP0P () - 49.25, 49.25
TPCD (Platform Controller Hub Die) - 55, 55
TW0P () - -1, 129
Th1H (Heatsink Proximity) - 38.75, 38.75
Th2H () - 37, 37
Tm0P () - 34.75, 34.75
Ts0P (Palm Rest) - 28.8125, 28.8125
Ts0S () - 37.5938, 37.5938


Disk drives:
Hitachi HTS545050B9A302 - 32
 
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Re: MFC doesn't seem to work anymore after upgrade to High Sierra

25 Dec 2017, 09:43

Just move the app to /Applications
 
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Re: MFC doesn't seem to work anymore after upgrade to High Sierra

28 Dec 2017, 14:55

thanx, for some reason I couldn't move it to Applications when I downloaded the update, now it's working agaim :-)

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