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Apple has released a supplemental update for macOS High Sierra

3 reboot for Update  :yes: 

I suppose it will break the nVidia Web driver as usual right?

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I suppose it will break the nVidia Web driver as usual right?

I don't know  I am not test my GT 1030  :rolleyes:

I lost Wifi in bios on my Laptop after Update  :rofl: Wifi Disable 

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Well the build number has changed so it defiantly needs a new patched version or a new web driver :D


I don't know  I am not test my GT 1030  :rolleyes:

I lost Wifi in bios on my Laptop after Update  :rofl: Wifi Disable 

Really, it affected the actual BIOS?!?!?!

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Well the build number has changed so it defiantly needs a new patched version or a new web driver :D

Really, it affected the actual BIOS?!?!?!

Not really affected but wifi Disable him self  :P

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Not really affected but wifi Disable him self  :P

So it can be enabled again with some magical help from our developers :D

P.S

 

I'm installing it on my Asus rig as we speak with my fingers crossed  :rofl:

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So it can be enabled again with some magical help from our developers :D

P.S

 

I'm installing it on my Asus rig as we speak with my fingers crossed  :rofl:

ok let me know  :)

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ok let me know  :)

Sure thing, so far it gave me a stop sight so I had to reboot, and after the reboot the installation process had begun.

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Well we're back in business. the First stop sign was because of an unrelated error on my part. I booted off the wrong EFI partition  :hysterical:

 

Every thing seem to be working fine. I have Wifi and sound.


Once web drivers are updated I'll test on AMD  :D

That would be nice :)

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Update done and all went well, the only thing is the time that the update takes, almost 20 minutes... bahhh

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how to fix - App Store no updates available. from High Sierra no update on store) all ok on Sierra up to 10.12.6
 

Mihais-Mac-Pro:~ mike$ sudo softwareupdate --list

Password:

Software Update Tool

 

Finding available software

The operation couldn’t be completed. (NSURLErrorDomain error -1012.)

 

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how to fix - App Store no updates available. from High Sierra no update on store) all ok on Sierra up to 10.12.6

 

Mihais-Mac-Pro:~ mike$ sudo softwareupdate --list

Password:

Software Update Tool

 

Finding available software

The operation couldn’t be completed. (NSURLErrorDomain error -1012.)

Try and see

sudo softwareupdate

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I put only 17 in info.plist so when it updates it restarts with driver installed fine

Also in this incremental update it is working without repachting it .-)

 

 

Well the build number has changed so it defiantly needs a new patched version or a new web driver :D


Really, it affected the actual BIOS?!?!?!

 

In another rig also I have used gengik84 patcher as usual :-)

 

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Dell Optiplex 790


macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 (17C205)


Zotac Geforce GT 1030 2 Gig runs flawless with the Drivers 17C89 edit with ➤ Nvidia Payload Packager


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Usage:


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Download Drivers 17C89 with ➤  Web Drivers Getter


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Used ➤ Nvidia Payload Packager


 


Install MyWebDrivers.pkg thats it Reboot  Done! 


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Reboot and BOUM Voila  :thumbsup_anim:


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Something went wrong. After update all web related things are not working any more (safari, app store, mail).

The apps are starting, but there is no content - maybe web engine

Version Nr. is updated to 17C205.

Other things are working well.

Even sleep is ok.

How to fix that?

Is there a dmg file of the update available?

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Something went wrong. After update all web related things are not working any more (safari, app store, mail).

The apps are starting, but there is no content - maybe web engine

Version Nr. is updated to 17C205.

Other things are working well.

Even sleep is ok.

How to fix that?

Is there a dmg file of the update available?

I have some issue also with Safari no issue with Googl Chrome

 

Some Picture in web site not showing some time in Safari , fist time I see this 

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Dell Optiplex 790

macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 (17C205)

Zotac Geforce GT 1030 2 Gig runs flawless with the Drivers 17C89 edit with ➤ Nvidia Payload Packager

sans_t95.png

Usage:

⬇︎

 

Download Drivers 17C89 with ➤  Web Drivers Getter

captu210.png

 

Used ➤ Nvidia Payload Packager

 

Install MyWebDrivers.pkg thats it Reboot  Done! 

128.png

 

 

 

Reboot and BOUM Voila  :thumbsup_anim:

⬇︎

 

sans_t37.jpg

 

captu212.png

 

 

fantastic!! installed the update rebuild cache and all ok.

Thanks Chris.

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Try and see

sudo softwareupdate

Mihais-Mac-Pro:~ mike$ sudo softwareupdate
usage: softwareupdate <cmd> [<args> ...]

** Catalog Management:
	--set-catalog <URL>	Set the new catalog URL (requires privileges)
	--clear-catalog		Clear the catalog URL back to defaults (requires privileges)

** Manage Updates:
	-l | --list		List all appropriate update labels (options:  --no-scan, --product-types)
	-d | --download		Download Only
	-e | --cancel-download		Cancel a download
	-i | --install		Install
		<label> ...	specific updates
		-a | --all		All appropriate updates
		-r | --recommended	Only recommended updates
	--background		Trigger a background scan and update operation
	--ignore <label> ...	Ignore specific updates
	--reset-ignored		Clear all ignored updates

** Other Tools:
	--suspend-background 	Suspend background operations from occurring temporarily (use --duration to specify duration to suspend in seconds)
		--duration <duration>)		Optional duration in seconds to suspend background operations (defaults to 5*60 seconds)
	--dump-state		Log the internal state of the SU daemon to /var/log/install.log
	--evaluate-products	Evaluate a list of product keys specified by the --products option 
	--history		Show the install history.  By default, only displays updates installed by softwareupdate.  
	--all 			Include all processes in history (including App installs) 

** Options:
	--no-scan		Do not scan when listing or installing updates (use available updates previously scanned)
	--product-types <type>		Limit a scan to a particular product type only - ignoring all others
		Ex:  --product-types macOS  || --product-types macOS,Safari 
	--products		A comma-separated (no spaces) list of product keys to operate on. 
	--force			Force an operation to complete.  Use with --background to trigger a background scan regardless of "Automatically check" pref 

	--verbose		Enable verbose output
	--help			Print this help

hello. tried sudo softwareupdate --verbose -i --all --background sudo softwareupdate --reset-ignored --verbose sudo softwareupdate --verbose -i --all sudo softwareupdate --verbose --reset-ignored and nothing)

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