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There was a known issue with upgrading or installing the OS on Macs with a T2 chip to macOS 10.15.6. Apple have yet to acknowledge the problem but have rolled out (about 3 hours ago) a new update to the software catalog that is reported to fix the problem. Give it another try after 0000 UTC Thursday Aug 6 as Apple has replaced a wrong installer for most T2 ...


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There was a known issue with upgrading Macs with a T2 chip, such as yours, to macOS 10.15.6. Apple have yet to acknowledge the problem but have rolled out (about 3 hours ago) a new update to the software catalog that is reported to fix the problem. Give it another try now.


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You have three options: Use Recovery. Hold Option-Command-R when you restart and install macOS - https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201314 Install Catalina. Visit this link in Safari - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/macos-catalina/id1466841314?ls=1&mt=12 Install Mojave. Visit this link in Safari - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/macos-mojave/...


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macOS 10.15 is macOS Catalina. The former is the major version number for macOS, while the latter is the marketing name. Both are essentially the same operating system. So, you do not need macOS 10.15 to install macOS Catalina. You can go to Mac App Store and search for macOS Catalina, or use the following link to access the macOS Catalina page on the Mac ...


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If you are going to call a handler from within an application's tell block, use the my reserved word in front of the handler, e.g.: set theText to my strTest()


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Kernel panics are usually caused by hardware problems. The report you posted suggests it is a problem with a USB device, but it could be anything, really. I suggest running Apple Hardware Diagnostics (be sure to unplug all your USB devices etc. as it says in the instructions). If it fails, call Apple about getting your MacBook repaired. If it succeeds, run ...


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I tried the command line solutions listed here to a 18GB zip to no avail. I was able to extract the problematic zips using: The Unarchiver Free software available through the app store.


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I have a small internal drive in my 2018 Mac mini. So, I keep most of my data on a large external SSD. For ease-of-use, I replace most directories in the user home directories with symlinks. That way, for example, the ~/Documents dir points right over to a dir on the external SSD. Well, I also use this symlink method for the /Users/Shared directory. It looks ...


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Problem: Another common reason for this is being password protected. Solution: You can remove the password if you allowed using a free tool like Smallpdf


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