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From what I can tell, it's just bug fixes and stability enhancements.  It was only about 140 mb and installed without any problems.  (Word has it, also, that 10.10 will be out on Monday.)

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Osx 10.9.4 broke trim support trim patch doesn't work and lost power management for card :(. Back on 10.9.3 and web driver working great again

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No new geforce / Nvidia drivers, only AMD drivers changed with this update.

good nvidia has enough drivers and we need more amd drivers

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Osx 10.9.4 broke trim support trim patch doesn't work and lost power management for card :(. Back on 10.9.3 and web driver working great again

 

10.9.3 retail drivers will work and are easy to fix to work under 10.9.4 but thats not the point of testing a BETA version. 

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Those who are running 10.9.4, did you get it from the OS X Beta Seed Program that started recently?

 

I enrolled and installed 10.9.3 while it was still beta but 10.9.4 isn't showing up in my App Store for some reason?

 

EDIT: It seems it might not have been released to the public yet according some posts of MacRumors.

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10.9.3 retail drivers will work and are easy to fix to work under 10.9.4 but thats not the point of testing a BETA version. 

Go on then how do i get them working??????? please help me cheers :) i want PM back has i only just got it going lol

Just updated right now, my TRIM still works:

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Wow same ssd has yours also only thing is z87-hd3 board tried evey trim patch i have and mine won't work :(

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Those who are running 10.9.4, did you get it from the OS X Beta Seed Program that started recently?

 

I enrolled and installed 10.9.3 while it was still beta but 10.9.4 isn't showing up in my App Store for some reason?

 

EDIT: It seems it might not have been released to the public yet according some posts of MacRumors.

 

It was released for registered mac developers, not on the open beta seed program.

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Go on then how do i get them working??????? please help me cheers :) i want PM back has i only just got it going lol

 

Wow same ssd has yours also only thing is z87-hd3 board tried evey trim patch i have and mine won't work :(

If you're using Clover, you can try activating the TRIM patch that way: http://clover-wiki.zetam.org/Configuration/KernelAndKextPatches#KextsToPatch

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10.9.4 ( 13E9) and everything works well me too.

 

Btw...  I must rebuild DSDT.aml and DSDT.dsl, when I made full clean install 10.9.3,

and same time I fix new model commissioning.  Before it was MacPro3,1, now it

is MacPro6,1.  AppleStore and iCloud works.  Firewall presentation manager is

TCPBlock 4,2 and I use white list method.  Laborious and time consuming, but

become more easy in the long run.   (<- Phrase !   :)   Who says, that old men

can not learn... )

 

I am pleased and satisfied.   Extremely.

 

T  -.-

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oops. My CPU PM used to work oob. After upgrading to 10.9.4, it stays at the max frequency all the time. :(

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new combo build 13E9a  seeded today .... 

 

seeded to whom?

 

listen, I really appreciate all your efforts to keep us informed about of new betas releases, but it's not a race to see who will post the first.

 

it will be more appreciated if you could give us more information, for example a screenshot of your hackintosh with this latest version   ;)

 

thank you for your understanding

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