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Old 12-13-2023, 02:24 PM
mschmitt mschmitt is offline
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Same authorize/owner loop as before.

I did this:
  1. Erased entire drive (i.e. reparitiioned), as APFS "Untilted"
  2. Renamed to Backup T7
  3. SuperDuper! erase-then-copy from internal booted SSD (Ventura 13.6.2)
  4. System Settings > General > Startup Disk
  5. Select Backup T7
  6. TouchID to unlock system settings
  7. "Startup Disk needs to authenticate to continue" - entered password
  8. Restart...
  9. Are you sure? Restart
  10. "This volume does not have any authorized users for this computer". Authorize users...
  11. Authorize my main account, entered password
  12. Authorize emergency account, entered password
  13. Continue
  14. "Please enter the password for the user <me>" - entered
  15. "Select an owner" - selected me on the boot drive, Authorize
  16. "Please enter the password for the user <me>" - entered
  17. "This volume does not have any authorized users for this computer".
  18. repeats steps 10 - 16 forever
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