Discussion in 'OS X Updates' started by tonymacx86, May 16, 2016.
Also having an issue with not waking from sleep.
What does the code line below do? Do I need to do it? Thanks!
sudo trimforce enable
In this update, Apple finally allows us to enable TRIM on SSDs without using a Third Party App. As a pre-caution, research to make sure your SSD is capable of running TRIM before you run it. Not needed for boot hard drives, SSDs ONLY.
Thank you, ope22! My boot drive is an SSD. But I think I will leave it as is and not use the code.
Anyone having an issue of shutdown not working properly? I updated via the App Store to 10.11.5 and now it seems shutdown is not working as expected, it just performs a reboot. Sleep works as expected and I can wake the machine from that.
I'm not really sure where to begin troubleshooting this particular issue. Other than performing that update, nothing else has really changed at the OS level.
Im using Intel HD 4600 graphic, El Capitan 10.11.0.
Can I just update El Capitan 10.11.5 directly from Appstore without any other Step?
Previously, I had problem with the update.
I can't load and always stay black background with apple boot logo and load so long.
I'm newbie to Hackintosh.
Please guide me.
Fresh install from Yosemite, works great!
Did a fresh install to 10.11.5 on my i5-3570k / GA-Z77-DS3H rev 1.0 + HD4000. Seems more stable than 10.10.x with less false boots and radom wakeups from sleep. Thanks!
Bought a 250GB Samsung EVO 850 SSD, installed 10.11.5 directly using unibeast. Used Multibeast 8.2.2 to finalize install and install audio Realtek 887 drivers. Then did a file migration from the 128GB SSD with the legacy Yosemite install.
SSDT setup: Added ssdt since the default OSX speedstep was not to my liking and I o/c to 3.9 GHz which was not being used.
1. use ssdtprgen.sh to generate ssdt.aml for the i5-3570k with BIOS overclock to 3.9 GHz
2. cp generated ssdt.aml file to /EFI/Clover/ACPI/patched
3. select Clover config: ACPI -> SSDT: drop OEM
4. Set Clover Boot flag: -xcpm
Enabled TRIM via trimforce
USB 3.0 works great.
I have not tried Ethernet since I use Wi-Fi
Found it easier to do a fresh install on a clean SSD. With these drives so cheap it's safer to swap SSDs then migrate user data using the built in migration tool.
Web update. Smooth installation in H81M,i3 4130,GT610. No further tinkering required.
Hey guys, just updated here and have a problem. Updated from 10.11.3 to 10.11.5 via the app store, and installed the latest Nvidia web drivers. When I reboot, I get a black screen and the monitor goes to sleep. I know the system is running since I can CMD-TAB and hit Q to try and quit the finder, and the system beeps at me. I can boot using NV_disable=1 but i'm at a loss for what to try from here.
Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks!
[EDIT] - Read the graphics thread and changed my system definition to iMac14,2 and that *seems* to have fixed it.
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