I've owned four real Apple computers, all had one or more hardware failures in the first few months. I realized that Apple was in pursuit of form over function, so finally I just decided to build my own.
I have run the same setup for 5 years now with zero failures, and zero problems.
Updated from App Store. 1 reboot, and wham back in business.
Amazingly, did not have to re-doo the audio. I think this is the first update ever (since 10.6.3) that did not kill my audio. If this is what the future holds, I'll stay on this hardware combo till it dies.
I open feedback, begin to create a message (or not, makes no difference), and 2-3 seconds later "poof", hard crash.
Does anyone know if there is some dependency on having real mac hardware to use this app?
Everything else in the OS I've used is stable, including many 3rd party apps.
placed kext in clover .../10/11 folder, ran the applicable terminal commands (for Nvidia), and rebooted to a working iTunes.
big thanks to the OP and the Kext creators
EL Cap 11.6 / Clover 3650 / GTX 780 / iTunes 220.127.116.11
It runs just fine, as long as you have the newer version of clover already on your hard drive. I did an in place upgrade straight to beta2 from El Capitan with Clover 3650 pre-installed (kexts = fakesmc + intel1000e). To complete the install on the reboot you have to toggle clover over to...