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Try clearing out your computer's NVRAM by holding down Cmd ⌘ Optionp r while booting (until you hear a second chime), and see if this solves the problem.
So it would seem that if you only install the VPN client AnyConnect will not autostart. I uninstalled AnyConnect (version 4.x) then reinstalled doing a custom install. I only installed VPN, I did not install: Web Security AMP Enabler Diagnostics and Reporting Tool Posture ISE Posture Now AnyConnect no longer auto starts (yeah!) Makes sense I suppose ...
This has been driving me crazy. I finally discovered the 3 plist files that appear to control this in /Library/LaunchDaemons. But I couldn't change the RunAtLoad parameter to false, because even after I changed the file permissions I couldn't save the plist files. I finally changed the folder permissions to read and write and applied those changes to the ...
Sounds like the drive is dying. Get it out of the machine & stop trying to boot from it. Your best chance of recovery, assuming you don't have any backup, is to attach it to another machine in a USB enclosure & use a recovery utility to rescue it to a separate drive. The more you mess with it, the smaller your chances get.
I tried almost everthing but nothing helped until I unplugged all the peripherals. It booted again with no problem, then I started to plug in one by one, in the end the mouse (not apple one) was the one bringing out the hardware conflict. I just replaced it and now everything is working smoothly. Cheers
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