How to check your Mac’s hardware, interpret the results, deal with problems, and tackle tricky intermittent faults.
macOS doesn’t handle significant errors and failures well, burying them away in the log. It needs to report them to the user through a new sub-system.
What does an error -67030 mean? How does one signing error lead to another? Helpful detail for interpreting results from checking signatures.
One of the original reasons for my tools to open access to macOS Sierra’s new unified log system […]
How to run Apple’s diagnostic software to work out whether your Mac has a hardware fault – and how to interpret its error codes.
Browsing existing log entries in macOS Sierra is now much easier and more powerful.
Although they’re normally very reliable, they do sometimes go wrong. Here’s how to get your trackpad working properly again.
When I drove down the drive I had seen on the satellite view, it opened out to a block of flats. The care home had vanished.
One frustratingly unfriendly feature remains in OS X: error numbers. Now there is a website to help you decode them.
Have you glanced at your logs recently? Are they full of incessant message diarrhoea?