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Google Acknowledges Latest Chrome Update Damages MacOS File System: How To Fix It?

According to the report, Mac frameworks all through Hollywood stopped working with Monday night and Google has recognized that an ongoing Chrome update may have made issues the reboot procedure of some MacOS machines.

The issue was first found by film and TV editors crosswise over Los Angeles on Monday evening when their Mac Pro PCs running older versions of Apple’s operating system as well as Avid’s Media Composer application wouldn’t reboot.

Google said that an update to its broadly utilized Google Chrome web browser was conveyed with a bug that tangled with film editing application made by Avid. The avid’s application requires the SIP to be turned off so as to get to the realistic’s card which made the update strife with critical file systems.

“We recently discovered that a Chrome update may have shipped with a bug that damages the file system on macOS machines with System Integrity Protection (SIP) disabled, including machines that do not support SIP. We’ve paused the release while we finalize a new update that addresses the problem,” Google said in a statement via its Chrome Help page setting aside the suspected claim of a computer virus attack.

The issue, be that as it may, doesn’t influence PCs with System Integrity Protection (SIP) empowered and that are running on OS X 10.11 or later.

Google subtleties the directions for recovering a machine influenced by the bug here. In the wake of playing out this progression, reboot the machine so as to both erase the undesirable updater and recover the harmed piece of the file system.

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