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Security Update 2015-002

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can someone help me it doesn't work at all I have changed

I tried changing the build number to the new one in the NVDAStartup.kext but that didn't work

Definite temporary fix. Open /System/CoreServices/systemversion.plist and use textwrangler or any text editor to change the build number 14C1510 (new) to 14C109 (previous.

it worked but then new drivers came out and everything went wrong.

I have changed everything(systemversion.plist, NVDAStartup.kext) back to 14C1510
I have uninstalled the drivers installed them used kext utility used definition to mac 3.1 from imac 14.1
and nothing works.

now I have the latest drivers installed but I get this stupid message that are not compatible with this system.
NVIDIA Web driver: 343.02.02f03 (Not compatible)

what can I do? don't tell me I have to make everything from the start again.


 
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I have updated but cannot access app store. Getting a "plist parsing error" followed by the status error. Hoping this is related to problems apple are having on their servers today !
 
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can someone help me it doesn't work at all I have changed

I tried changing the build number to the new one in the NVDAStartup.kext but that didn't work

Definite temporary fix. Open /System/CoreServices/systemversion.plist and use textwrangler or any text editor to change the build number 14C1510 (new) to 14C109 (previous.

it worked but then new drivers came out and everything went wrong.

I have changed everything(systemversion.plist, NVDAStartup.kext) back to 14C1510
I have uninstalled the drivers installed them used kext utility used definition to mac 3.1 from imac 14.1
and nothing works.

now I have the latest drivers installed but I get this stupid message that are not compatible with this system.
NVIDIA Web driver: 343.02.02f03 (Not compatible)

what can I do? don't tell me I have to make everything from the start again.



fixed booted with nv_disable=1 then used some utility kext wizard
rebooted installed with nv_disable=1 and it works.
 
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This update also broke stock driver, I'm was using gtx 660 (display port and UHD monitor) with stock driver and after updating the monitor only shows garbage, any one has this problem?
 
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After installing the update on a GA-H87-D3H with an MSI GTX 760 and 10.9.5 the system freezed a couple of minutes after the first reboot. Subsequent reboots all ended up with a kernel panic before reaching the login screen. I tried various boot options (-x -f IGPEnabler=no maxmem) but nothing helped. I had to restore the system from the CCC backup.

[Update 03/29/2015]
Just installed the security update without any problems on a fresh installation of Mavericks 10.9.5! Ok, it's a different board (GA-Z97X-UD3H) but with the very same GTX 760 card, and everything is working fine. :D

The old system started as 10.9.0 and was subsequently updated to 10.9.5. On the new system I installed 10.9.2, then the 10.9.5 combo update, then the security update 2015-002. I'm not sure if the board makes the difference or the fact that I used the combo updater. If the security update broke your nvidia driver then you might want to try re-installing the 10.9.5 combo update first and then the security update afterwards.
 
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Lol that update broke my default drivers too I could run my GTX780 with native drivers and now no longer can do that… GJ apple :clap: hahaha I hope this is not an anti hackintosh security update :confused:

Should we wait for another apple update and see what happens? Or is there any fix for this driver stuff?
 
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Installed the security update through MAS, once it finally came back online :banghead:. Restarted with nv_disable=1. Updated the web driver through nvidia system pref pane. Restarted and all good.
 
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Made the mistake of installing this without checking here first -- first time in a while I've forgotten. So, of course, having an odd problem on my X58 with Nvidia GForce . The system boots up past the Apple Logo, I can hear the sound card kick in as normal. However, where I would normally get my login screen, I get a plain grey screen with a functioning mouse cursor. The logon never comes up and haven't been able to figure out how to get past it. I have tried booting with "nv_disable=1" and also with "-x -v". Any other ideas?
 
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Before reading this post I installed the update last night and went to bed. I'm running clover. So updates haven't been an issue but this is the first! This morning I booted the system up and at the apple logo my monitors all turned off. Confused I tried again. Anyway I fixed this by booting with boot flag nv_disable=1 downloading the newest nvidia drivers and restarting. Everything is back to normal. But Im curious. Tony posted at the x99 kernel needs patching again? I never did that and it seems to be running ok. Is this nessisary? I'm running i7 5820k and ga-x99-ud4 . Anyone else running this board have to re patch the kernel?
 
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