Updating rosetta 800 firmware
During the cycle of boots, of which there are about 5, one included a firmware update on the i Mac 11,3 and numerous times the screen would blank out in the middle of it showing the update progress bar being midway, and only a minute remaining.
Lastly, when it was done, on a computer with a login at startup, the "setting up your Mac" non-modal dialog that typically appears when you first install an operating system shows up, acting as if an erase and install had just been performed. If you shut down in the middle of an update, you can lock yourself out of your computer. Lastly, if you download the combo update, it may be too big to install on its own if your space is low, and won't warn you until after it tries to configure the update.
A mathematical improbability exists to test all combinations of software and hardware compatible with Macs.
The fact the update works at all is a testament to how well tested the software is.
Hey all I have Logic 8.0 and its working really well and I dont want to update to the new 8.02 or later because I don't want to fix what is not broken and dont want any problems. BTW - did you ever decide which Apogee gear you were going to buy?
Any way I am getting the MC control this week and want to know if it works with Logic 8.0 or would I need the most current update to run it? Hey I updated the MC control firmware and it still does not let me push or access any zoom features with the zoom button or scroll wheel. This new update did not fix anything but actually created new problems as described above.
Only one 10.6 compatible Mac is now compatible with Mojave, after updating to El Capitan first.
For that you will need to go to Old Mac OS X Speed.As much as possible my software update page includes the most recent security updates indicated below.This Frequently Answered Question (FAQ) page is divided into these sections As of the writing of this FAQ (Frequently answered question page), I've updated every Mac OS X version on an Intel Mac through 10.4.11 to 10.11 using the method of this FAQ.I have a Power PC Mac right now standing at 10.4.8, which I could upgrade to 10.4.11, except I have some old games which won't run on 10.4.11.Just because you've seen an issue which appears on a bulletin board, or is reported to you by a friend in a Mac OS X update, it does not mean the update is itself bad.