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Question: Hide Apple Diagnostics From System Information

Hello Apple Community!


I did Apple Diagnostics for testing purposes (by pressing button “D” while mac booting).


It finished with code ADP000 (No errors). But I notice now it is located in System Information -> Diagnostics (See screenshot) and I would like to remove/hide it from there.


Any ideas? I only can reinstall my MacOs from the scratch or try to remove it via system_profiler.


Thanks!


Br,


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Same place the AHT result you posted a pic of. See the POST entry just below the one you had selected.

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Mar 10, 2018 11:29 AM in response to Artjom20 In response to Artjom20

System Information provides as complete a record of what's happening on the computer. If you really don't want the info displayed then select the POST entry so only it is displayed. Besides, unless the computer is malfunctioning you have little need for looking at Diagnostics or System Information. 😀 I don't quite see this as a "principle." Sounds much more like a personal idiosyncrasy. 😁😁

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