- Jan 5, 2016
- HP Elite 8300 SFF
- Intel HD3000
- Mobile Phone
EDIT: I've since swapped the wires over so they aren't crossed and the bluetooth works properly now
The above mentioned crash on sleep with dock connected also happens if I shutdown with the dock connected
EDIT2: As a work-around to the screen issue I've found that using a miniDP to HDMI adapter then an HDMI to DVI adapter for my DVI monitor, then plugging VGA into the dock works as intended. If we can get the rear DVI port working independently it would be nice though. Any suggestions on how to go about that?
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Hi NadTheVlad. I have my wires the opposite of the picture now yes. So they are going to their closest sockets, and everything seems to be working fine. When they were crossed over the wifi was fine but I had bluetooth problems. However, this might have been because one of the connectors wasn't seated correctly. In all honesty I don't fully understand the difference between main and aux antennas, but currently both wifi and bluetooth seem to be working fine with the wires in the opposite configuration to pictured.So the wires should be the exact opposite of your picture?
Thanks for being the pioneer on this update Fobos531 . I'm a bit confused by your instructions though. You installed the update from Software Update and as it was installing it restarted the machine? What do you mean by "boot into the macOS installer option two times". Do you mean we need to boot the USB Stick we created to install Mojave?When the laptop restarts, boot into the macOS installer option two times to update to 10.14.1.