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macOS 10.12.6 Update

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Security update 2018-005 (as of Oct 31, 2018). Sysdef iMac 14,2.

The update went well except that it killed my latest web drivers 378.05.05.25f10 for Asus GTX1050 Ti. Searching gave me the answer for that: brand new OS build (16G1618). The drivers were fine and dandy but the kext responsible for their use wouldn't allow it and switch to default OS drivers.

This solution helped me to get the drivers working again: https://www.reddit.com/r/hackintosh/comments/7sr4vv/nvidia_web_drivers_and_you_a_patching_guide_for/

As of now, the download section shows the latest nVidia drivers for Sierra marked as 378.05.05.25f11. Haven't tried those.
 
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I have not installed the last 2 or 3 Security Updates on my 10.12.6 Hack. Can I just do the new 2019-002 update and not do the older ones? Or do I need to go back and do all the ones I missed in order?
 

Jamesbond007

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I have not installed the last 2 or 3 Security Updates on my 10.12.6 Hack. Can I just do the new 2019-002 update and not do the older ones? Or do I need to go back and do all the ones I missed in order?
Yes, you can. The Security Updates appear to be cumulative so you can just install the latest one to get all current security updates.
 
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Yes, you can. The Security Updates appear to be cumulative so you can just install the latest one to get all current security updates.
Thanks for the help and rapid response. Cheers, JimS
 

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DON"T try to upgrade your clover to 5000 or higher
There's no reason to use Clover 5000 versions with Sierra/High Sierra, they're only intended for use with Mojave 10.14.6. Stay with what already works for HS obviously.
 
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