Updating rmote helper on imac
One of the most significant announcements at Apple’s WWDC 2018 developer conference was the next iteration of mac OS, which has been dubbed mac OS Mojave (pronounced mo-hah-vee).
I really like the new name but the upcoming features, including dark mode, the revamped app store, and desktop stacks make it even more exciting.
If you've seen the warning: "The mac OS installation couldn’t be completed " we're here to help.
We'll also explain what to do if you see the message: "mac OS could not be installed on your computer" below.
Installing new versions of mac OS on a Mac should be a pretty simple exercise.
The Mac tells you there's an update available via a pop up in Notification Centre - in some cases (depending on your settings) it's even downloaded it already and just needs your go-ahead to install.
When you do so you should see the option to Cancel the download.
Read more: How to fix Wi Fi problems on Mac You might be able to cancel the download, but the method will depend on what version of mac OS you have installed.
So, here are the steps you need to follow for a clean install: 1.
First, you need a USB drive (preferably with 16GB storage).
You’ll need to format the USB drive via Disk Utility using the ‘Erase’ option, where you have to keep its name and format unchanged. You’ll then need the same OTA image of the mac OS Mojave beta that you downloaded from the Mac App Store.
Remember, you don’t need to install the image but instead, keep the files in the Applications folder. This is the most important step – you now need to open Terminal and type in the command shown underneath to copy mac OS Mojave onto the USB drive. You may be prompted to enter your Mac password, so just follow through and all your installation files will be moved to the USB drive. Finally, restart your Mac and hold down the “Option” key to see a list of available drives and select the USB installer disk. You will then see a familiar ‘Disk Utility’ window, which comes in handy for erasing your Mac’s main storage.