Should you be scared of ‘bricking’ your Mac? Just what does it mean, and what could you do about it? Don’t panic: it’s not a dragon to be slayed.
Erase your M1’s internal storage in Recovery, reinstall macOS and you could see an error in which it failed ‘to personalize the software update’. That’s not easy to fix, as explained here.
What would happen to a Mac’s firmware if you installed Monterey beta to its internal or external disk? Could that be reversed?
Whether it’s a beta of macOS 12, 11.5, or even a release upgrade, installing it is a risk. Here’s how to mitigate disaster by rolling back to a previous release.
macOS updates sometimes don’t work out right. What can you do to revert to the previous release? Did I hear you mention snapshots?
First update it to 11.0.1. Here are details of the problems which can arise and how to solve them, from unenrolling from betas to using Configurator to Revive an M1 Mac.
If there’s one thing you don’t want to happen with any Mac with a T2 chip it’s a […]