Error updating mac
Put simply, the error is hardware related, but like all things digital, you don’t really get to fix this one without your share of head-banging.
There are a variety of solutions that worked for various people.
Some users get lucky and are quickly able to download the update, others may need to wait again for another few minutes.
This error message occurs when you and millions of other users are pounding Apple download servers simultaneously, and the content delivery network is overloaded.
service=git-upload-pack fatal: HTTP request failed Error: Failure while executing: git pull -q origin refs/heads/master:refs/remotes/origin/master After doing some research I have found that the problem was an Expired Certificate from Digi Cert The way to solve the problem is explained here After removing all expired certificates I got this ones.
In case you are missing one of them, you can download from this webpage: Digi Cert Certificates.
Thus, the only real solution is to wait for the download, or if you’re super impatient, use the IPSW firmware to update instead. If you’re looking for something to do while you wait, here’s an awesome website to explore!
Advanced users who are comfortable with firmware files can ignore the software update failed error message by downloading the appropriate firmware for their i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch model, and updating i OS 9 manually with the IPSW file.
The problem stems from a bug that allows Apple’s built-in Software Update application to install an update that is only partially downloaded. Choose “Go to Finder” fro the Go menu and type /Library/Updates.
To determine if the Terminal date trick can fix those error messages and help you to successfully install OS X, you’ll need to turn to the command line while at the “Install OS X” boot menu.