If the issue occurred after an update you may have a potential software issue. I understand you have tried a lot of troubleshooting in the comments but I listed the steps that I would follow below.
Make sure you backup all your files first before continuing troubleshooting: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201250
Follow this support article from Apple ...
Yes, you can plug an external monitor into the Mini DisplayPort port (the Thunderbolt 2 port) on the MacBook Air. You'll need a Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable, if your monitor supports DisplayPort.
For other monitors, you'll need an adapter, such as a Mini DisplayPort to DVI, VGA or HDMI adapter.
Interesting question. Some years ago, I found out, that Snow Leopard
is running quite well from USB-sticks or even micro-SDHC with higher reading rate - either via USB 2.0 or 3.0 at MacBook Air and iMacs. This short tutorial shows the procedure.
I had the same problem with the iCloud Music Library when I manually uploaded some tracks to my library. I was able to edit all the properties, but not the artwork. When I added the artwork it never showed up in the end.
Later I have found out, how to solve this problem:
Remove the download of the song (you don't have to remove the song from the library, ...
This following solution will not help you retrieve the filenames which were already removed from the trash, before implementing my solution. However you can use this solution to retrieve the filenames removed from the trash, in the future if you need to.
This AppleScript code works for me using the latest version of macOS Mojave.
You can attach a "...
To the best of my knowledge macOS does NOT log what files were deleted so there is no way to see what was done.
Your best bet now is to stop using your Mac until you get this issue resolved.
Why? Because any time you use your Mac files are written to the drive. And when you delete something the location on the hard drive that the file(s) occupied is marked ...
I had the same problem with my Macbook Pro mid 2010. I tried everything, but Sierra installation allways crashed with AMD-Action:downloadProduct:SP error. Then I created install USB with OSX Mountain Lion and it worked flawlessly. I upgraded to Sierra later via App Store.
I came across this page while looking for something related. In my case I needed to be in Verbose mode in Mojave, and it seemed like neither command-s or command-v worked. But I did find an answer elsewhere to the problem.
As was said, using command-r and then Terminal from the Utilities menu will give you single user mode.
For Verbose mode, the ...
To complement Daniel's answer, it may be worth noting that these .afploc or .inetloc files are just plain XML plist files. So you could also generate them by hand or from a script. An example file for an smb share looks like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/...