I have the Nvidia driver installed in both Yosemite AND El Capitan. But I only had reboot issues with El Capitan. So for that case, I had the driver installed, but not active (using default driver for now). In Yosemite, the driver is installed and active. At least that's my case. You can try adding the flag and using the default driver, instead of the proprietary Nvidia one. Also, not sure if that makes any difference but I've got Yosemite 10.10.5, and after installing the update, I also got an update on the video drivers from Nvidia.thanks for the idea. still not working for me. i have nvidia web driver installed, active or not, it still reboot. perhaps i'll wait for next release. thanks anyway :)
Posted by harimurtie
on 11 February 2014 - 06:54 AM
agree with slice. i think they offer help on instalation service based on customer rig.quote 'iATKOS M is a general OSX86 release but each iATKOS_M.dmg image will be unique for its target computer " they have no obligation to release GENERAL iatkos M.its same like i made custom installer for my friends laptops.some of them pay me for making the installer, some dont. i dont slipstreaming the basesystembinaries though.