So, I dropped off the beta program with this cycle. My computer never successfully installed 11.3 Beta 1, and it tried 2-3 times.
Every time, it tries to install macOS (Beta or Release), it will trigger a kernel panic and revert. It takes then 20 minutes before I can use my computer, which is a no-go for me. I’m sure it’s specific to my MacBook Pro, reimaging is not an option right now; it will have to wait until the end of April.
A system thread did an unexpected operation - I don't recall the exact phrasing.Kernel panic? Wow! I wonder what kind of errors are being detected?
So, my Mac decided to upgrade to the beta release even if I unenrolled it
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It's bad enough that I switched to my alternate browser: Edge.
I found this article quite interesting. https://9to5mac.com/2021/02/08/psa-...without-enough-space-can-result-in-data-loss/
It's been a huge beta day, and macOS 11.3 Beta 4 was also released.
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I forgot about Big Sur. I’m currently updating my iPad Pro, but I’ll update my Mac Mini M1 in a few minutes. Thanks for the reminder, sir.
I can confirm that I found it. It's caused by an Apple Thunderbolt Display being plugged in during installation.I think I also figured out what was causing my update issues with the 11.2 and 11.3 beta/release versions. I’m waiting for Beta 3 to finish installing before confirming.