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Updates 10.9 Mavericks To 10.9.1 No Issues

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I have installed  Niresh Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9  it's installs flawless and i have not loose my VGA patch for intelhd3000  , Then i found 10.9.1 Update Came to download 
 
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What we know about 10.9.1 so far...
 

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      • OS X Build 13B42
      • 13.0.0 Darwin kernel- not updated.
      • Updated Intel graphics drivers
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      • If you use patched or modified drivers, you will need to re-apply changes to the updated drivers.
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      • NVIDIA and AMD graphics drivers not updated
      • This update will replace your Audio drivers.
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      • You will have to reinstall AppleHDA using MultiBeast before or after reboot
      • If you use VoodooHDA, you will not need to make any modifications
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      • Storage drivers not updated - TRIM patch persists upon reboot

     
    i updated my system to 10.9.1 with taking care of Some Steps :
     
     Repair Permissions using the Disk Utility on the drive to be updated;*

       Backup your current installation using Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper;  Use the Software Update to download and install 10.9.1;  if You are using Patched Kexts then installed Them with Kext utility and Repair Permission .  Re-boot; and check you are working drivers if not then again install them   Repair Permissions again.
    If you have TRIM enabled, it is unaffected by this update. 


    * You can use the Terminal instead of Disk Utility if you feel comfortable with a UNIX command:


    Code:

sudo diskutil repairPermissions /
Screenshots of my system:    Hacker Inside Pro 1.0  -GA-H61M-D2H  i5-2500K ; Corsair Vengeance 8GB Intel HD3000 Working with VGA Port 
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if you want a standalone update.
 
 
 
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  Thanks to Niresh For his Greatest work  icon_thumbup.gif icon_thumbup.gif icon_thumbup.gif icon_thumbup.gif
   Happy Hackintosh !!!    Best Regards
    Deepak

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I updated my laptop with niresh 10.9 to 10.9.1 but after update ,my laptop boots to black screeen. Boot flags -v -x and graphicsenabler=yes/no din't work.pls hlp.

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I updated my laptop with niresh 10.9 to 10.9.1 but after update ,my laptop boots to black screeen. Boot flags -v -x and graphicsenabler=yes/no din't work.pls hlp.

hardware???

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hp pavillion dv4 laptop with i3 330m processor,intel hd graphics.niresh 10.9 worked flawlessly on it ,but after update it boots to black screen without cursor.

are you using any patched kext for your intelhd graphics...

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yes, i followed a guide on insanelymac.com to make intel hd graphics work on osx ,but i only used core image  enabler file from it to enable screen saver.

when upadating before restart need to install those kexts ..then reboot 

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i am curious to what in 10.9.2 update ,,it already beta version seeded to developers  :)  :)

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I have updated my system. I didn't do anything other than click update :)

System

  • [*]FX 6100 [*]GA-970A-DS3
    • [*]Using Voodoo for Audio

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