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Question: Update High Sierra 10.13.2. failed yet again

Hi guys,


Tried everything with the latest update... and getting stuck again, it goes on a loop after:


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Only solution left is option start get out of the Mac OS installer drive and boot normally and try to update it manually...


Does anyone has the url link to download update manually?


Thanks...

MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2012), macOS High Sierra (10.13.1), SSD-1TB-i7-2.9GHz-16GB-1600Mhz-DDR3

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Use the 10.13.2 Combo Update for your install.

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Dec 14, 2017 5:47 AM in response to xmetienne In response to xmetienne

I put the combo update on 5 computers and had a hard time with 2 and had to take the machine to an Apple service place for this last one. Something about High Sierra has made my machines act "Unmaclike" and I'm still getting used to it. The service person said that High Sierra changed disk compression and would ultimately be better but there are some speed bumps to overcome. If you need to upgrade don't use anything but the combo update because I can't imagine an upgrade going any harder than the 2 machines that gave me trouble.

Good luck!

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Dec 14, 2017 5:47 AM in response to xmetienne In response to xmetienne

I put the combo update on 5 computers and had a hard time with 2 and had to take the machine to an Apple service place for this last one. Something about High Sierra has made my machines act "Unmaclike" and I'm still getting used to it. The service person said that High Sierra changed disk compression and would ultimately be better but there are some speed bumps to overcome. If you need to upgrade don't use anything but the combo update because I can't imagine an upgrade going any harder than the 2 machines that gave me trouble.

Good luck!

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Jan 10, 2018 2:06 AM in response to keg55 In response to keg55

That would work when updating from 10.13.1. But it doesn't work for me (Mid-2012 13-inch Macbook Pro).


Combo updaters don't allow updates across major version boundaries.


I had been having the OSX update problem with 10.13.1 as well. Still stuck on 'low' Sierra.


Any other tips?


Best regards,


Wytze

Jan 10, 2018 2:06 AM

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