"A critical software update is required for your Mac, but an error was
- I replaced the LCD... Booted up, tested the webcam. Success! I was in the clear. (So I thought...)
I left and came back a couple hours later and there was a prompt on the screen asking me to join a Wi-Fi network. Okay...? I did as instructed and it said:
"A critical software update is required for your Mac, but an error was encountered while installing this update.
Your Mac can't be used until this update is installed"
- So I restarted it (and I $@$* you not, it takes 1:05 from pressing power to boot to the login screen) but it goes right back to the same Wi-Fi screen and tells me I need an update
- I followed (this Youtubers instructions and logged in with safe mode, backed up my files, and (for reasons unknown) flushed the DHCP server as he instructed and restarted. Took me back to the update screen again, and again and... It finally let me login. Weird.
- Now I have no touch bar and no facetime camera.
Software update says I'm up to date. (12.6.4) Did I break something? Do I have a bad screen? Wrong screen? Is there a solution?