Stop parallels for mac from updating
If you recently installed memory or a hard disk (or SSD), make sure that it's compatible and installed correctly.
There is a work around but it is very complicated and time consuming and will be a bit much for the average user.Rarely, your Mac might experience a software or hardware issue that requires it to restart.When it starts up again, you might see a message that your computer was restarted because of a problem.Use the steps below to check the software and hardware on your Mac.Certain models of Mac computers have removable memory (RAM).I haven't been able to find any more detail about why it's failing.
Serious installation issues here too (Mac Book Pro 2016). Never have I seen such heavy unrecoverable errors while installing a Mac OS. I found this other thread where resetting the SMC was suggested:https://discussions.apple.com/thread/8551923?
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Once it’s running, you’ll have the option to hide or show hidden updates.
“Hide updates” is Microsoft’s polite way of saying “stop these crazy updates! Next you’ll see a list of automatic updates with boxes next to them.
As mac OS Mojave was released today, I thought I would try to upgrade my 15" Mac Book Pro 2018 to the latest software.