To fix macOS re-installation errors on M1 Macs, Apple gives instructions
Soon after the dispatch of Apple’s new M1 Macs, we saw reports that endeavors to reestablish and reinstall macOS on those machines immediately could bring about an establishment blunder that would leave your Mac non-useful.
In particular, the mistake message would peruse: “A blunder happened setting up the update. Neglected to customize the product update. If you don’t mind attempt once more.”
Throughout the end of the week, Apple posted nitty gritty directions for clients encountering this issue. Explicitly it appears to be the issue emerges in the event that you delete/reestablish your Mac prior to moving up to macOS Big Sur 11.0.1.
On the off chance that you deleted your Mac with Apple M1 chip prior to refreshing to macOS Big Sur 11.0.1, you may be not able to reinstall macOS from macOS Recovery.
A message may state “A mistake happened while setting up the update. Neglected to customize the product update. If it’s not too much trouble attempt once more.”
Use both of these answers for reinstall macOS. You should then have the option to utilize macOS Recovery true to form while reinstalling macOS later on.
Apple proposes that you could make a bootable installer utilizing another Mac.
Something else, Apple subtleties a more specialized 17 stage measure utilizing Terminal to reestablish your M1 Mac to a practical state.
In the event that you are as yet experiencing difficulty, Apple suggests reaching backing, and you can likewise visit our continuous discussion string where clients are investigating this particular issue.