Many users of Mac when accessing their old Mac shared on their network gets the Error message 8060. When you click on the icon it just simply displays Error code 8060. Many users also get problem specifically when they upgraded their Mac to macOS Sierra.
Users are unable to access the shared network drive connected to your Mac G5 with their iMac since users upgraded to the latest macOS High Sierra.
Here are some of the possible Fix
#1. Delete and create a new Shortcut icon.
delete the current shortcut icon if you haven’t performed this step earlier and create a new Shortcut icon for the same. This will resolve your problem of getting error code 8060.
#2. Force Restart your Mac
Force restarting your Mac will fix the problem with updating macOS to high Sierra.
Just press down the power button on the right top corner of the keyboard on your Mac or iMac. Just start your Mac again to fix the problem.
#3. Reboot your Mac into safe mode
Rebooting your Mac to safe mode will surely fix the problem “Error Code: s7363-1260-48444350”.
- To do so Re-booted your Macbook pro into safe mode, hold down the shift key on startup.
- Then Re-start upgrade from applications folder and it will install.
- It may take a long time to install with a couple of reboots but get there in the end.
Just in case you need them, I’ve included the link with the steps for this below. Although this says macOS Sierra, this will work the same for High Sierra as well.
macOS Sierra: Create and use aliases