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Managed to solve this. It seems this issue affects those who update via the terminal. sudo apt install --reinstall org.gnome.fileroller


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I had a similar issue on a MacBook Air and used the instructions on AsK Ubuntu sudo apt update sudo update-pciids sudo apt install firmware-b43-installer sudo apt install linux-firmware sudo reboot The kernal drivers should now show in App Center.


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The "point of failure" is likely the hardware itself, as the MacBook Pro you're using shipped in autumn 2006. Comparing the specifications of a fully loaded, top-of-the-line MacBook Pro for that year to the recommended hardware for Elementary OS we see this:   MacBook Pro (2,2) Recommended Notes CPU Intel Core2Duo T7600 @ 2.33GHz Recent Intel i3 ...


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There are few things to know here. The default Windows EFI partition of 100MB is too small for Windows and Elementary - Elementary will not be able to install on it. You need to create a second EFI partition of 512MB, format it as FAT32 and with "boot,esp" flags, and then configure your BIOS to boot from the second EFI. This means you need to ...


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Looks like this is a regression due to a major re-write of the sidebar code. There is an issue report already here: https://github.com/elementary/files/issues/1781 There is a PR awaiting review and approval here: https://github.com/elementary/files/pull/1752 which seems to fix this issue although that was its main aim.


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