Start by checking to see if your Mac is actually compatible with a newer version of the OS. You can check the compatibility lists at the links below. You can find instructions on repairing disk permissions in the article: Keep your Mac running its best using these simple tips. This is a similar problem to the incompatible error listed above, except it involves all Macs running macOS Sierra and later. You can use the same links listed above to check compatibility.
Make sure the date and time are set correctly. Be sure to verify that the time zone is also correct.
Make any changes needed to ensure the settings are correct. There are a number of generally helpful troubleshooting tips that can get a wayward installation back on track. While not tied to a specific installation process, these tricks have been known to correct an underlying issue and get a Mac user going again:.
If your computer does not have a Recovery partition, you can let it finish starting into Internet Recovery, and then proceed with this exercise. If you're starting from scratch, you'll need to set up your Mac from scratch. Hi, my MacBook said unable to create images. Are you trying to do a fresh reinstall of OS X by deleting everything? Thank you in advance. Click Agree.
Sometimes these settings can get out of whack, and have unusual effects on a system installation, not to mention causing your Mac to be a bit goofy in general. Resetting them to their default states can sometimes correct issues you may be having. At this point, you should have been able to fix the installation issue you may have encountered. The thing is that I have no access to wifi, the ethernel hub on the imac doesnt work and I am working with a windows keyboard which gets pretty confusing to me.
I tried to delete and reinstall mojave because there appeared a ZEUS trojan. Now nothin I do works. My other iMac works with email terryroberts rogers.
Try booting in Recovery mode: Start up holding down the Command and R keys. Then run Disk Utility on the affected volume. Alternatively, you can restore your system from a Time Machine backup, something you can also do in Recovery Mode. This blog has definitely helped me to understand the errors and the default faults for the Mac OS el sierra, I have had the error while the installation, It is not booting up but showing an unknown error called Mac Error Code 43, This solution will definitely help me fix the issue and solve the error that I was having. When I woke up the Air in the morning, it would not accept my login password.
I started in the recovery mode, used disk utility first aid to repair the disk. An error occurred while removing the previous system. Unfortunately, trying gains gives the same result. The Air will not safe start either. I always get flashing folder with question mark when I shut down and reboot. I also noticed that HD is not detected as startup disk.
I started from a bootable external disk and tried Migration Assistant to recover my data and documents. Migration Assistant starts but quits without completing the migration. Is this SSD shot, anyway to recover its contents? I do not have a recent backup. When I woke up the Pro in the morning, it would not accept my login password.
I have recently erased the data from my Macintosh Hdd. I then tried to reinstall mac os Sierra. Does anyone know how to fix this? I really want to get back on my computer and work.
Here's a listing of the series your system is part of: MacBookPro1,1. Dan danj. Self employed contract worker. However, it cannot boot in bit mode". She had Yosemite running, then she tried upgrading to High Sierra. The issue looks like her Macbook Pro keeps booting to the recovery partition, not the OS partition.
Boot to Internet Recovery Mode (shift alt cmd R); Open Disk Utility and erase your internal disk; Install macOS (the macOS that came with your. Mac OSX base system is not the same as MacintoshHD, which is the Take a screenshot of Disk Utility showing the OS X base system drive.
Yosemite is not supported in this series, The OS used in the recovery partition is different than the full OS so that doesn't surprise me. Yosemite was working properly. It was the upgrade to Sierra that broke it. Core 2 Duo is a bit processor. Yosemite would not have installed without a brute force hack. Jordan Atherton jordanatherton. You could try to put the image on the Mac from the drive.
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Ask a question. User profile for user: matijaaa matijaaa. I am not able to install anything or not even to make partition on it.
I am not able to install fresh copy even. Please help. Thank you in advance. More Less.