Fresh down load of high Sierra and loaded with errors

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  1. adrianp918 macrumors newbie

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    I got my Mac book reset from scratch and look in the console and it's loaded with errors [​IMG]
     
  2. casperes1996 macrumors 68040

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    First off; Cmd+shift+3 = full screen screenshot.
    Cmd+shift+4 = part of the screen - press spacebar to take a window screenshot.

    Second;
    Errors in the console don't necessarily bear any correlation to anything that is a problem. As strange as it sounds, errors can be expected behaviour at times.

    Are you having any issues?
     
  3. adrianp918 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Yes when I first turn on and log in it does not allow me to press a single for key stroke for like five minutes

    The ball just spins around

    Then it seems like it catches up and if i typed anything or clicked on a icon then it processes that request.

    I've checked the memory for faults ...all good

    Checked hard drive. For errors ...all good and no errors on disk or partition

    I come to think it may be the high Sierra update
     
  4. casperes1996 macrumors 68040

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    You might want to try and run fsck on your drive from Single-User Mode
     
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  6. casperes1996 macrumors 68040

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    Uhmmm. Hold on. Why does that say OS X Base System? That's the name of the recovery system..... Unless that's what you named your drive for some reason, it ought to say the name of your volume, like Macintosh HD.

    What do you boot into when you exit single-user mode? And have you tried clearing PRAM?
     
  7. adrianp918 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    When I recovered this I used the first aid system....that's where I think may have messed up....then it connected to Apple and verified install, and then installed and here I am

    Clearing the pram I will do again now
     
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    First Aid should not lead to issues. - If you don't have vital data, I recommend reformatting your drive and reinstalling again.
     
  9. adrianp918 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I will tonight ...

    I think I may be hazy in the process
     
  10. casperes1996 macrumors 68040

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    Boot from the installer; Open Disk Utility and select the drive; Select Erase and pick GUID as the partition scheme (GPT), and HFS+ Journaled (APFS for SSDs on High Sierra) and then click install macOS.
     
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