Will not boot

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  1. vegetassj4, Apr 7, 2017
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2017

    vegetassj4 macrumors regular

    vegetassj4

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    Late 2013 MacBook Pro, will not boot into OS X after latest update, seems like an immediate kernel panic.

    Note: With thunderbolt monitor attached. It will boot without the monitor, but will crash on connecting it. Restoring to previous version remedies, but updating again causes the issue.
     
  2. vegetassj4 thread starter macrumors regular

    vegetassj4

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    Troubleshot all connected devices.

    Disconnecting the Ethernet cable from the monitor solves the issue, but will crash if reconnected...wtf. I don't want to have to use wifi when my airport sits right next to my monitor :(
     
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  4. vegetassj4 thread starter macrumors regular

    vegetassj4

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    Nah...only affects this update (10.12.4) no problems with any OS back to Mavericks, or windows 7 or 10.
     
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    hallux

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    We've been seeing at work that 2015 MBP's (15" at least) will not boot from cold with the USB Ethernet adapter plugged in with a LAN cable attached. Unplug the LAN cable or the ethernet adapter altogether and it boots up. The only difference is that we can plug the cable in after and it works fine.
     

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