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OS X 10.11.5 is out!


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  • Apple released the fifth update for OS X El Capitan.

The OS X El Capitan 10.11.5 update improves the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, and is recommended for all El Capitan users.

 

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hi..

updated on a GA h61,i3 and gt 210...seem ok 'till now..

 

edit:  update on a GA z87x UD3H, i5 4430 and gt210..seem ok 'till now..

 

edit#2.updated on a As Rock h87m pro4,i5 and a gt630..seem to be ok 'till now

 

edit#3 updated on a MSI PC Mate z170A, i5 ,gt220,,,seem to be ok 'till now

 

edit#4 updated on a As Rock h97 pro4, i5 ,gt650,,,seem to be ok 'till now

 

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Here on my Dell Precision all fine !

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The long road is now behind ! B)

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Now I am Download Installer OS X 10.11.5 Final

 

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Can I update from 10.11.3 straight to 10.11.5 or I've to update to .4 first?

 

Long time no update. :blush:

Thanks.  :D

p.s my signature is outdate. :rolleyes:

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Great

hi mate. can i just update mine without changing anything what about the SIP i did had to disable last time i did the 10.11.4 update do i need to do this again after update?

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hi mate. can i just update mine without changing anything what about the SIP i did had to disable last time i did the 10.11.4 update do i need to do this again after update?

I'm doing the update directly with AppStore

I have just put the last WebDriver

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All went smoothly.

 

This was the first OSX upgrade since switching to a GTX960. One of the reasons for doing so was for a less troublesome upgrade process compared to the RadeonHD7750 I was using before. So it is illogical for me to feel a little disappointed that it worked. :)

 

I was prompted after the install that the nVidia web driver was now incompatible and it had switched to the OSX default driver; but then upgrading the web driver was completely painless, using only its prefpane.

 

(Also, however, it looked like the OSX default driver was *working* at full 4K, which IIRC wasn't the case with 10.11.4. But as consensus seems to be the web drivers are better anyway, went ahead and upgraded them.)

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Upgrade went smooth just nvidia web driver and agdpfix required afterwards as i use MP 6,1 sys def. Trim, audio, sleep/wake, usb, and power management all still intact! Pretty painless update!!! 

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hi mate. can i just update mine without changing anything what about the SIP i did had to disable last time i did the 10.11.4 update do i need to do this again after update?

With a protected nvram (csr-active-config 0x3), my hack doesn't boot after updating. I have to fully disable SIP (csr-active-config 0x67)...

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With a protected nvram (csr-active-config 0x3), my hack doesn't boot after updating. I have to fully disable SIP (csr-active-config 0x67)...

 

ok good to know i wou do that in case it won't boot

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ok good to know i wou do that in case it won't boot

That's why it is interesting to the latest version of Clover

See here

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My update went fine as well... However I thought Apple said that 10.11.4 was gonna be the last update for El Capitan. Guess they must've been trolling or stalling b/c they need more time to finish 10.12.0.

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