Question: Cannot find internal hard drive after a failed upgrade to High Sierra
I tried to upgrade my Macbook Pro 15" Retina Mid 2014 to High Sierra from Sierra OS- I thought it downloaded fine, and then the machine restarted and tried to install, but it failed with "OSInstall.mpkg appears to be missing or damaged. Try again"
Now whenever I try to restart my machine, it is in an infinite loop of trying to install this "damaged" high sierra app and I can't even reset my machine to factory setting from recovery mode because it cannot find my internal hard drive in Disk Utility - only the High Sierra app is there! The internal hard drive has vanished
I tried rebooting it with my Time Machine, but without the location of the internal hard drive, it can't do anything. Is the hard drive broken? What else can I do? I've tried every single recovery solution 😟 It was working fine before I tried to upgrade to the new Mac OSX.
MacBook Pro with Retina display