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wojo
12-08-2019, 11:42 PM
I have a MacBook Mid 2010 and an iMac 21.5 Late 2012 both OS 10.13.6. The Security Update 2019-006 10.13.6 installed without issue on the MacBook Mid 2010 first try downloaded from app store . The iMac 21.5 Late 2012 is troublesome: After the Security Update 2019-006 10.13.6 failed twice to install from app store, I downloaded it from the above link. [I started in Recover and installed new OS between the the app store downloads and the download from the above Link (https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2023?locale=en_CA)] I get a message "[MacOS could not be installed on your computer, couldn't mount disk Quit installer to restart your computer and try again"] after both app store downloads and downloading from the link above. Still would not install so I attempted to install in "safe mode" On restart for installation received the "MacOS could not........" I restored the iMac from Time Machine to the week before the first attempted install....As soon as I download and restart same message. I did notice during the install the "progress bar indicated full progression" and there appears to be no progress, then, after 4-5 minutes get a message "Restart to complete installation". I read on Apple Communities might try downloading and installing OS 10.13.6 Combo to and start with a FRESH OS. (https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1970?viewlocale=zh_HK&locale=zh_HK)
I am hesitant to download it. Although the language tab indicates "english" some of the information appears to be in one of the "Oriental" languages.

I did uninstall all 3rd party applications and preferences from libraries after restore from Time Machine, SO, Could I be facing a erase and clean install? Any other input or suggestions welcome!

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ricks
12-09-2019, 02:37 PM
Small comfort, but you are not the only one. Apple did security updates to all their supported operating systems. And there is a furor on the boards about problems caused by the latest. I'm still going back and forth trying to repair issues caused by the 10.14.6 update, that I got rid of when I went back to 10.14.nada. It has not been pleasant.

Not sure what to advise you do at this point.I haven't reached many conclusions myself and I'm running a later OS than you are.

wojo
12-09-2019, 04:18 PM
Thank you for info: I've stayed with High Sierra for a couple of 32 bit apps but moved to MacBook when I uninstall all 3rd party applications and preferences. This morning app store showing need to update again....selected "Remind Me tomorrow" and Put financial software back on and updated it so I can pay bills.
Non sense to keep going in circles. Looks like "remind me tomorrow" will be a daily routine until hear there's a fix...

(BTW: iMac is faster on line with Chrome® and Firefox® uninstalled & all my favorites (bookmarks) moved to Safari as sole browser)

Good Evening People!!

ricks
12-10-2019, 10:47 AM
I do believe you can turn off the annoyance in System Preferences. Go to System Preferences, the to the Software Update preference pane. Select Advanced and uncheck all the boxes - especially the first one: Automatically: Check for updates

You have to set your own clock to occasionally check for updates, but it beats hell out of Apple nagging you all the time.

wojo
12-13-2019, 10:04 PM
In High Sierra Had to go to Preferences, App Store and Updates....But haven't been bugged by it now a couple of days.