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Just solve this problem. Step 1 Backup just in case. You can backup your important files to the cloud or everywhere you prefer. Step 2 Move the downloaded installer to the Trash. Step 3 Shut down your Mac. Step 4 Turn it on and immediately press and hold these four keys together: Option, Command, P, and R. You can release the keys after about 20 seconds, ...


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It's most probably not psychological as multiple things affect the allocation of system resources, and being a foreground window is one of them. In general all processes (and even threads) running on a system has a priority, which is used to determine the amount of CPU resources made available to it. If you open a normal GUI program, it will start with a ...


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Being connected to the internet is one step, next is softwareupdate --all --install Should that fail, I would test APNS notifications to see if your network may be blocking outbound and inbound traffic to Apple servers. https://twocanoes.com/products/mac/push-diagnostics/ https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT210060 The second link explains what network ...


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man softwareupdate says that Updates are downloaded to /Library/Updates Can you check and see if it's at this location?


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In very simple words. You need update .dmg file which is COMBO. Apple has 2 types of updates Delta and Combo. Delta. You can only update Version +1. Ex . If you have 10.15.2 and you download 10.15.5, Mac will provide this error but it will allow if you download 10.15.3. Combo. It contains all delta + new update and you can download and install without an ...


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Normally you can get the apps to appear by simply quitting and reopening the Settings app. On the iPad Air you can do that by double-clicking the Home button to get the app switch. Swipe upwards on the Settings app in order to quit it. After opening the Settings app again, the list should be refreshed. If this doesn't help, ensure that you can actually start ...


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The first generation iPad Pro definitely supports iPadOS 14. Ensure that you have a working internet connection, and try Settings > General > Software Update again. If that doesn't work, try shutting down the iPad and power it on again - and try Software Update again. If that still doesn't work, check if you have a beta software profile installed on ...


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