Ran into this with some other software, but wanted to pass on a tip I picked up.
In finder, launch /System/Library/CoreServices/Installer.app. It will prompt you to locate a .pkg file to install. Navigate to the .dmg volume you've mounted, and select the xxxxxMDKxxxxx.pkg file.
Installation should proceed normally from there.
"Verify Backups" is applicable only to backups on network drives. It will be greyed out if you are backing up to a local drive.
Apple should have been clearer in indicating this.
From Finder > Help > Verify your backup disk
Verify your backup disk
If you back up to a network disk, Time Machine periodically verifies that your backups are in good ...
I think this may be a phishing. I advise you to check the 3 following key
Within the headers of the 2 E-mails you received, verify
they are really originating from apple.com .
Verify the included URL is really within the apple.com domain.
Within the headers, verify there isn't any Return-Path: outside of apple.com .
Open the Finder
Navigate to Go menu
Select the Go to Folder submenu.
Copy the file path into it.
Locate the .dmg or .mpkg package.
Voila you are done.
ISO images typically contain more than one file system, the original ISO9660 file system for CD-ROMs (hence "ISO"), the "Joliet" extension to it for long filenames, and sometimes UDF or even a HFS+ file system. It's possible that one of them is corrupt, but the others are fine.
You could try explicitly mounting with the ISO9660 file system driver, as the ...
Has this person succesfully greated an account with an email address she doesn't own?
I don't think you can say they successfully created one, as they will never be able to use the email to verify anything sent to it from Apple. Most likely they just accidentally entered your domain name. Is it similar to another more popular domain name? A one off typo?
I just had a similar experience and got off the phone with a rep from Apple and they said there is nothing they can do to help. Any email account can be used to sign up for an apple ID if it has not already been used as an apple ID, so someone used my other email account, not linked to Apple as their ID log in name. Their email is the emergency email and ...
When I tried to create a new apple ID using my email I was told that an account under that username or email already exists. So when I requested to change password I received an email in Vietnamese addressed to someone else. So I can confirm that someone can create an apple ID using anyone's email address.
User "sentinel"'s approach is simple and elegant, but I cannot make it work. Steps 1 & 2 produce a playlist with ALL items, including those in the Library that do not have files on the disk. The Select All in Step 1 selects all items, whether present on disk or not, and thus the playlist created from selection includes the bogus entries as well. ...
Not a verified answer but I can't comment: try to disable Rootless System Integrity as indicated here.
Source: OSXDaily says "Mac users may need to disable rootless SIP protection in OS X before being able to successfully install Java, but you can enable it again after it has been installed. If you get stuck on “verifying…” during the installation process ...
That sound you hear is often referred to as "The Click of Death": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Click_of_death
Head reader errors, motor errors, anything of this sort indicate physical failure, and possibly imminent device death. Get your data backed up off of that disk NOW.
Afterwards, and only afterwards, check and see if it's still in warranty. :)
Most likely you answered your question in the very first sentence of your question, and the likely answer is that such email address doesn't exist. Typically catch-alls catch only messages sent to non-existing email addresses at the domain. If your catch-all is configured that way (and that's the default setup for all email services that I've seen), the fact ...
Everything looks to be explainable by someone using your email address as the string for their Apple ID.
This could be an innocent mistake or them wanting you to perhaps consider selling your domain to them by them squatting on your name space for Apple's iCloud service / Apple ID service.
If you don't even plan to use Apple's products or this email ...
Quickhash-GUI seems to be what you're looking for. It's cross platform meaning it will be the same "workflow" across macOS, Linux, and Windows.
QuickHash GUI is an open-source Linux, Windows, and Apple Mac OSX
graphical interface that enables easy and rapid data hashing of data :
text, text files line by line, binary files, file comparisons, folder
If you want to find a method of converting general CLI scripts to the GUI, take a look at Platypus. Using this application, you can create GUI wrappers around CLI utilities. It's fairly straightforward to make a shasum or md5 wrapper that can allow drag and drop.
However, there are existing applications available to show file hashes (see Allan's answer).
Depending on what specific verification item is problematic, you might need to reset the Apple TV and make sure your Apple ID and date/time setting work before loading any third party apps or logging into other accounts.
There is a chance you could use Xcode to look over the AppleTV logs and determine what app is triggering the requests, but it might be ...
iCloud only asks for a trusted device after you add and verify the other devices.
Best be would be to log in to your AppleID on a computer and check your options, perhaps adding a friend or relative's mobile temporarily. Once you’re set, you can then decide if two factor is right for you with only one device. Keep ...
Yahoo has added more security and so does not work with a simple IMAP login by default.
Yahoo's information is here
I think to use MacOS Mail you need to follow step 3
While changing or upgrading your third party applications, you can temporarily give them access.
Sign in to Yahoo Mail.
Go to your "Account security" settings.
Turn on Allow ...
Usually such an error will occur when one or more Apple servers serving that area is down or perhaps it might have to do with either some proxy settings on your providers side if not on your phone side as I've often seen such responses with people having Global HTTP Proxy enabled on their iPhones.
I'd suggest you to try and connect to a WiFi network and ...
There is possibly another way to handle this (had the same problem the other day on a system running Yosemite: go into System Preferences > Energy Saver, and set the sleep time to 3 hours or longer. Once I did this, the verification ran all the way through successfully.
Per a user on another thread (lost the link), it can sometimes be due to cross-linked ...
Since the verification process is akin to running fsck the filesystem check utility, this is the thing that will repair the backup or pronounce it dead.
If it fails too many times, you will then be left with a read-only Time Machine directory that you could clone somewhere else, restore the files you care, or wipe and start over.
Sadly, you are seeing all ...
I assume you changed phones/data plans and restored your iPhone from backup?
The only time I encountered quite important problems with my iPhone's setup was when I made a backup (in iTunes) sold my iPhone (3G) flew to a new country bought a new iPhone (4) with a new provider and setup the new iPhone by restoring restoring from backup. From that point my ...
I have one of the new Time Capsules - 2TB, 4th generation. I used to be able to use "Verify Backups" in Snow Leopard when I had a connected USB drive and used that for Time Machine. But since switching to the Time Capsule (and the first time I've tried it in Lion), "Verify Backups" is greyed out :(
Update: Strange! Now it's working. I just tried it with my ...
connect the ipod to a different computer - one with only a few songs in the library you should find the verifying message disappears and does not come back when you connect it again on the other computer