- try to repair the computer using the Apple Configuration App on another Mac Computer
- when running the repair mode the firmware will be updated and the recoveryOS will be brought to the latest version
- Apple Configurator App : https://apps.apple.com/us/app/apple-configurator/id1037126344 needs at least a Mac with macOS 12.4 or later
- use a usb-c to usb-c cable to connect the both mac devices (make sure to choose the right usb-c port >> see apple documentation for that)
- start the problem Mac using a key combination >> see apple documentation for that
- for the model A2337 a Macbook Air with apple silicon M1 chip the keys are: right shift key + left control key + left option key >>> press the power button and all of the keys mentioned before and after 10 seconds release the 3 mentions keys and after additional 10 seconds you can also release the power button
- All the key pressings have one aim: to get in the DFU mode of the device on Apple Configurator that runs on the "good" PC
- once you are in the DFU mode press the right mouse button and choose "repair device"
- once started it takes up to 2 hours until the right operationg system has been downloaded and the process will continue

- https://support.apple.com/de-de/guide/apple-configurator-mac/apdd5f3c75ad/mac
- https://www.howtoisolve.com/how-to-boot-mac-with-external-boot-drive-on-m1-macbook/
- Mr.Macintosh: https://mrmacintosh.com/

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