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Google Chrome update corrupting some macOS installs — but there’s a fix

September 25, 2019


Reports on Monday surfaced claiming video editors in Los Angeles were discovering their Mac Pro workstations were refusing to boot or would “slowly crash” during use. While initial reports proposed the issue was malware or a virus affecting Avid Media Composer version 8.8 or later on a 6.1 Mac Pro running a version of macOS prior to High Sierra, investigations led to the issue with the Chrome update.

After publishing a list of commands for Terminal to fix the problem late on Tuesday, Google Support has since produced a support page explaining both the error and a more refined Terminal command list.

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