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Apple Releases OS X 10.10.3 Supplemental Update With Video Driver Fix

os_x_yosemite_round_iconFollowing the April 8 public release of OS X 10.10.3, Apple has today released a supplemental update for software, which fixes a video driver bug that prevented Macs from starting when running certain apps that are designed to capture video.

Today's supplemental update is available immediately for all OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 users from the Mac App Store.
The OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Supplemental Update fixes a video driver issue that may prevent your Mac from starting up when running certain apps that capture video.
OS X 10.10.3 brought several new features to Apple's desktop operating system, including the new Photos for OS X app, a revamped emoji picker, new diversified emoji, Spotlight suggestions for lookup, and a bunch of bug fixes and performance improvements.


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22 months ago

Makes you wonder why they bother with public betas.


Are you supposing that the public beta caught no bugs, since one got through? Or, more likely, are you not involved with software development of any kind.
Rating: 18 Votes
22 months ago
Makes you wonder why they bother with public betas.
Rating: 15 Votes
22 months ago

Are they ever going to fix the wifi bug when awaking from sleep?


When you erase and restore / get a new router.
Rating: 7 Votes
22 months ago

thankfully no problems here.

Amazing that even after a public beta this was never caught. just goes to show how complex OS X has gotten.

It's not exactly a common use case to have screencasting software running when your machine starts is it?
Rating: 7 Votes
22 months ago

It's not exactly a common use case to have screencasting software running when your machine starts is it?


No, its not. But it is a little surprising that with all the developers testing plus the million public testers, that not one of them had this use case. And yet the issue was significant enough to warrant a quick supplemental update.
Rating: 5 Votes
22 months ago
The majority of people who use something like that, don't subject themselves to beta software.
Rating: 5 Votes
22 months ago

When you erase and restore / get a new router.


you have concluded that your issue is a bug in Apple's code. How much testing / troubleshooting have you done that led you to this conclusion? Testing with other routers and also after you have erased and installed is definitely standard troubleshooting.


Apple can not and should not be expected to evade / code around your random launch on boot 3rd party kexts. If you don't know what this means, then, exactly.


You're such a charmer!

I have not seen kernel extensions - 3rd party or otherwise - mentioned in these articles. You must have access to information I have not seen yet on the topic. I'm green with envy.
Rating: 4 Votes
22 months ago
Too Much Time

I for one getting tired of updating, troubleshooting, workarounds, and searching forums, to make Apple products work. Never ending. I purchase Apple products to make my life simpler, more enjoyable, and use the products. (End of Rant)
Anyway, thanks to all of you who are willing to allocate the amount of time you do for us. Greatly appreciated.
Rating: 4 Votes
22 months ago

You're such a charmer!

I have not seen kernel extensions - 3rd party or otherwise - mentioned in these articles. You must have access to information I have not seen yet on the topic. I'm green with envy.


Sorry, there's just nothing more annoying than an uneducated complainer.

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It appears that software engineers are a dime a dozen.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooks%27s_law
Rating: 4 Votes
22 months ago

Presumably, this is at least partially at fault for this update:
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT6648


Thank you, I am vindicated.
Rating: 3 Votes

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