Public Beta 4 Install woes

Discussion in 'macOS Catalina (10.15)' started by Wowmail, Aug 1, 2019.

  1. Wowmail macrumors member

    Wowmail

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    #1
    I got the notification that the new Beta was ready.

    It Says "restart" I click yes.. then

    "The Finder can’t quit because an operation is still in progress on an iOS device"


    If I pull the plug. it re downloads the Beta then same error.
     
  2. Wowmail thread starter macrumors member

    Wowmail

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    #2
    Fixed it.

    I recycled the power on phone and iPad, forced a re start.. was able to log in and start update process.
     
  3. Installshield macrumors newbie

    Installshield

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    #3
    If you want to try Beta 5 right away

    https://1drv.ms/u/s!ArigHdtnnrf9ivdPQ5FhjB_4cuK7PA

    I say eGPU users are still required to use the Intel UHD Graphics 630 to boot the system.

    I have to disconnect the HDMI cable from the Mac Mini 2018 so the eGPU doesn't have a huge bottleneck as you can see in the benchmarks I ran.

    Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0 (RX 580)
    FPS:
    67.8
    Score:
    1709
    Min FPS:
    15.5
    Max FPS:
    113.6

    Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0 (RX 580 + Intel UHD Graphics 630)
    FPS:
    35.7
    Score:
    899
    Min FPS:
    13.1
    Max FPS:
    69.1

    Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0 (RX 580)
    FPS:
    62.9
    Score:
    2632
    Min FPS:
    32.2
    Max FPS:
    112.5

    Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0 (RX 580 + Intel UHD Graphics 630)
    FPS:
    33.5
    Score:
    1402
    Min FPS:
    23.6
    Max FPS:
    73.8



     
  4. Wowmail thread starter macrumors member

    Wowmail

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    #4
    Thanks for the heads up. Very interesting! I do seem to get the best performance when I finally get the eGPU working, and disconnect the Intel GPU.

    Boot Camp boots directly into the eGPU. One wonders why MAC OS will not.
     

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