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Enterprise content:
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Installed

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All workarounds as before. It works!



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Tranquille comme d'habitude ;-)

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Just finished a Clean install of 10.12.6 with clover r4114 and all is good :)

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@cyberdevs  upgraded to 10.12.6 smoothly on my laptop. ^_^ 



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@cyberdevs  upgraded to 10.12.6 smoothly on my laptop. ^_^ 

Nice! :)



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Updated automatically (19.07) - earned USB2.0 Ports.

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Hello people good night. The Sierra 10.12.6 has support for the intel 7th generation, but I use fakecpuid, need to strip it to later update or after the installation can take it, or does it make no difference?

Sorry my bad English !!!



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Hello people good night. The Sierra 10.12.6 has support for the intel 7th generation, but I use fakecpuid, need to strip it to later update or after the installation can take it, or does it make no difference?

Sorry my bad English !!!

 

You can remove the FakeCPUID before or after you installed the macOS 10.12.6 update it won't matter because if you SkyLake and KabyLake are both supported in the 10.12.6.

 

All you have to do is to boot into macOS with the FakeCPUID start the updater and in the meanwhile edit your config.plist and remove the FakeCPUID and once the installer is done then reboot. You can also install the update and reboot and once you're in the macOS 10.12.6 remove the FakeCPUID.



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Everything perfect here  :yes:

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Please help: How can I find out why the combo installer exits with an error? 



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Please help: How can I find out why the combo installer exits with an error?

Check and see if the installer file is not corrupted.

 

here is the md5 hash for 10.12.6 combo update: MD5 macosupdcombo10.12.6.dmg = a23d2d3876cb91e714c5b796984d6a6a

 

open terminal and type: md5 and then drag the installer to terminal and then press Enter/Return compare your md5 hash with the one I posted.
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Same here:

 

MD5 (/Volumes/OSX/Users/user/Downloads/macosupdcombo10.12.6.dmg) = a23d2d3876cb91e714c5b796984d6a6a

 

 

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I also have this error in console:

 

 

Installer: NSURLConnection finished with error - code -1100



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Well OK, will wait until 10.13 final then. Maybe some bad cleanup tool removed installation data...

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Same here:

 

 

Edit:

 

I also have this error in console:

Is your internet connection ok? because NSURLConnection error is usually related the network connection.



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You can remove the FakeCPUID before or after you installed the macOS 10.12.6 update it won't matter because if you SkyLake and KabyLake are both supported in the 10.12.6.

 

All you have to do is to boot into macOS with the FakeCPUID start the updater and in the meanwhile edit your config.plist and remove the FakeCPUID and once the installer is done then reboot. You can also install the update and reboot and once you're in the macOS 10.12.6 remove the FakeCPUID.

thanks for your help my friend, I will update and post here the result

 

Once again, thank you !!!


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thanks for your help my friend, I will update and post here the result

 

Once again, thank you !!!

 

You're welcome :)

I hope it goes without any hiccups ;)



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Yes my Internet connection works just normal. Also I think you can run the installer offline, too.

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Yes my Internet connection works just normal. Also I think you can run the installer offline, too.


Yes the combo installer doesn't need the network connection but the error is indicating that there is a problem in the network connection. That's why I think the package might be damaged during the download process.


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No, the md5 checksum is correct. 







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