Discussion in 'OS X Updates' started by tonymacx86, May 16, 2016.
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.
I have unsuccessful update.
I had 10.11.4 installed with clover installation. The strange thing is that when I install the combo update, it will ask me to restart to continue the installation but the restart will reboot the whole machine unlike normally it would restart to continue installation.
I have downloaded the combo update for 4 times already and I don't believe this is because of the corrupted image.
Please kindly help me and I don't know how to trouble shoot.
My Rt Variables is "0x003".
Update went well - just had to install the nvidia driver for 10.11.5
Hi guys, I just updated from 10.11.3 or 10.11.5, I had no issues installing however, when I log in I cannot restart/shutdown. It will just stay on forever, anyone know of any fix for this? I tried searching the forums/google with no real luck.
My update didnt go so smooth. I updated from 10.11 to 10.11.5 using the combo update. After I upgraded to 10.11.5 using the combo update my system no longer booted and gave the error "OsxAptipFixDrv: Error - requested memory exceeds our allocated relocation block". (Not sure why it's showing "Aptip" and not "Aptio" though). To get past this I switched from the OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi to OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi. My Hackintosh booted successfully, however now 9 out of 10 times I get the error "Error loading kernel cache (0x9)" error message.
I have a machine with the following specs:
Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 motherboard (Intel Z68 chipset, LGA1155 socket)
Intel Core i7 2700K 3.60GHz Quad Core CPU (Socket 1155)
NVidia Geforce GTX-580 graphics card (native drivers, do I need web drivers?)
Dlink DWA-525 Wireless N 150 PCI Adapter (NOT WORKING IN HACKINTOSH BUT IN THERE FOR WINDOWS)
WIPI (Raspberry Pi Wifi USB Dongle) (needed to use this as I couldnt find a driver for the Dlink DWA-525 and it was lying around unused)
I have installed El Capitan on its own HDD. It's weird cause if retry a few times on the clover boot screen about after try 3-4 the system would boot. This is of course not usable. I'm on the verge of just going back to only 10.11. It ran super stable on OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi but 10.11.5 just refuses to use this one and I have to use OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi but with kernel cache issues. running without kernel cache makes no difference. I've tried both the UseKernelCache=No boot argument as well as a setting in the config.plist that disables cache (called NoCache) but makes no different.
Just updated to 10.11.5 through App Store. Went perfect, acctualy quicker then it showed Not anything else needed tweaking. Works great, and even XCode is runing much faster
Thanks in advanced,
i am able to install el capitan 10.11.4 alongside windows, when i run the update package and then restart, i boot up in the same old 10.11.4, and no update process is happening
Asus STRIX-GTX750TI-DC2OC-4GD5 - status Not working / not suported
Any way? Flashing? Thank you
UPDATE #1 (my new year resolution )
GPU WORKING! after so many attempts to boot macOSierra 10.12.2
Runned AGDPfix to fix the black screen AND boot CLOVER with just dart=0 and nvda_drv=1 (removed the boot flag nv-disable)
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