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  1. If I remember, I fixed it by changing date in BIOS to 2012
  2. I had the same problem... I have done the following and it works (update to 10.15.5) In Catalina Download update, Instal & restart While is "Boot install from <name> data" option available, chose it (I had to chose it twice) When previous option isn't available, boot normally to MacOS... VoilĂ , update is installed
  3. I solved it by changing date in bios to year 2012 (after first boot to MacOS desktop, you can change it back to current date)
  4. I have same issue on my Dell Latitude E5490
  5. I have same issue on my Dell Latitude E5490
  6. I have same issue on my Dell Latitude E5490
  7. same, me too on Dell E5490... But Mojave booting works
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