- May 3, 2016
- Gigabyte GA-Z170M-D3H, Socket-1151
- Intel Core i7-6700K Skylake
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
When you did the security update, you changed to the 10.11.6 (15G1212) version.Can I ask - I have a hackintosh still on El Capitan, and 3 screens on 2 GTX 960's which worked fine until yesterday ...
I did a security update from Apple in the usual update apps bit and on rebooting it only showed one monitor, and prompted to update the nvidia drivers. It said it couldnt find an update - I later found out the nvidia site was down. I decided to remove the nVidia drivers and try and reinstall them but whichever version I use it says it is not suitable for my version of OS.
I have tried both download versions for 10.11.6 (which is the OS I have)
Any ideas ?
I had thought about upgrading to Sierra but this didnt go so well last time and I ended up dumping it and re-doing the hackintosh.
I also have time machine backups but this just seems to revert the OS to the previous version when restoring a backup.
This makes the previous WebDriver-346.03.15f04 obsolete, luckily a new web driver is available (346.03.15f05).
Install it and you are back in business.
ADVICE: keep a copy of all revisions of the web drivers for you Mac OS version.
WebDriver-346.03.15b01 will also work after the security update, and in my case also automatically updated to the new 346.03.15f05 version.