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downinitjr
Jul 2, 2007, 03:28 PM
Just tried to download the combo update, and I'm getting the following error:
cannot process command: internal error, also just noticed that an update has just came out for the audio issues created by 10.4.10.



FireArse
Jul 2, 2007, 03:33 PM
There's a 10.4.10 v1.1 out

F

EngBrian
Jul 2, 2007, 03:44 PM
Hey all,

Just letting you know that there is an update kicking around. Just listed as audio update. The link to see what it did didn't work but I just did it anyway.

This is for a macbook 2007 model so i don't know what models are included.

PlaceofDis
Jul 2, 2007, 03:46 PM
well if this is for more than just the Macbooks, hopefully it'll fix that lingering balance issue that crops up here and there for people.

celaurie
Jul 2, 2007, 03:47 PM
Ya bet me to it.

Wonder exactly what it's meant to do!?

psychofreak
Jul 2, 2007, 03:50 PM
I'll wait before installing this one - haven't had any problems, and don't really want any...

xUKHCx
Jul 2, 2007, 03:52 PM
I'm on the other side of the install.

Didn't have problems before and don't have any problems now.



The Audio Update 2007-001 addresses an issue with version 1.0 of the Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update in which a "popping" sound might be heard with some external speakers on Intel-based Mac. This update is recommended for all Intel-based Macs running Mac OS X 10.4.10.


Installing Audio Update 2007-001

This update is available via Software Update, and as a standalone update from Apple Support Downloads.

This update can be installed only if the Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update client (or Universal Server) update is already installed.

Note: Version 1.1 of the Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update is not affected by this issue and does not require the Audio Update 2007-001 update.

The update contains a modified version of AppleHDA.kext which is found under System/Library/Extensions

EngBrian
Jul 2, 2007, 03:57 PM
Well I didn't have any problems before really except for the lack of volume available with built-in speakers (but i don't expect or need much from them). And after installing I haven't had any issues but the speakers still can't belt it out.

The only audio issue I have ever had is that video audio goes out of sync after plugging in headphones and that still hasn't been resolved.

Peace
Jul 2, 2007, 03:59 PM
This update is for all Intel Macs..It just showed up on my Mac Pro

Osarkon
Jul 2, 2007, 04:03 PM
Yes! Finally :)

Hopefully this will sort my macbook out. Apple are really good about fixing problems it has to be said.

MacRumors
Jul 2, 2007, 04:29 PM
http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

Apple released two software updates today:

Audio Update 2007-001 (http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/audioupdate2007001.html)
The Audio Update 2007-001 addresses an issue with version 1.0 of the Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update in which a "popping" sound might be heard with some external speakers on Intel-based Mac. This update is recommended for all Intel-based Macs running Mac OS X 10.4.10.

This appears to address a bug that appeared (http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=9025678&intsrc=news_ts_head) with the Mac OS X 10.4.10 update.

Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update v1.1 (http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/macosx10410comboupdatev11intel.html)
- RAW camera support
- Mounting and unmounting external USB devices
- Support for 3rd party software applications
- Security updates

More detailed information available here (http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=305533).

mangis
Jul 2, 2007, 04:31 PM
This should clear the audio pops i'm hearing.

miketcool
Jul 2, 2007, 04:31 PM
I wil say the most recent update before this did lower the volume considerably on my MacBook Pro 2.0 GHZ Core Duo.

Frohike
Jul 2, 2007, 04:33 PM
Is that popping sound on speakers other than the ones in my MBP? Just clearing up what exactly the updates doing...
cheers frohike.

caliguy
Jul 2, 2007, 04:34 PM
I hope this update doesn't raise the sound level back to 10.4.9. I like the new lower sound volume on my iMac Core 2 Duo.

Frohike
Jul 2, 2007, 04:36 PM
I only got the audio update... no new 10.4.10 v1.1 for me! Any ideas why?!:confused:

amac4me
Jul 2, 2007, 04:38 PM
makes me wonder ... if we'll ever see 10.4.11 someday :rolleyes:

Freg3000
Jul 2, 2007, 04:40 PM
I only got the audio update... no new 10.4.10 v1.1 for me! Any ideas why?!:confused:

I think the only difference between 10.4.10 and 10.4.10 v1.1 is that 10.4.10 v1.1 includes the audio update. If you already installed 10.4.10 you will only see the audio update.

mrfrosty
Jul 2, 2007, 04:40 PM
Grrrrrr it needs a reboot.....and half an hour before i saw it i kicked off a set of visualhub conversions that are going to take about 24hrs........bugger......

coolfactor
Jul 2, 2007, 04:40 PM
amen to mac news again :)

You know, the fact that people whom voluntarily participate on forums, and get tired of hot topics is indicative of a growing problem in our society. Each of us needs to sit back, take a breath, relax and just enjoy the great things that Apple is bringing to the world, without getting pulled down in the silly impatience and frustration over trivial things that seems to abound with many.

10.4.10 v1.1, now that's funny.

xUKHCx
Jul 2, 2007, 04:41 PM
I only got the audio update... no new 10.4.10 v1.1 for me! Any ideas why?!:confused:

From apple



The Audio Update 2007-001 addresses an issue with version 1.0 of the Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update in which a "popping" sound might be heard with some external speakers on Intel-based Mac. This update is recommended for all Intel-based Macs running Mac OS X 10.4.10.


Installing Audio Update 2007-001

This update is available via Software Update, and as a standalone update from Apple Support Downloads.

This update can be installed only if the Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update client (or Universal Server) update is already installed.

Note: Version 1.1 of the Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update is not affected by this issue and does not require the Audio Update 2007-001 update.

Basically means that 10.4.10 v1.1 is just 10.4.10 v1.0 + Audio Update

phatspider
Jul 2, 2007, 04:43 PM
same for me - just the audio - no 10.4.10 update

FreeState
Jul 2, 2007, 04:43 PM
Are these updates Intel only? There not showing up for me (G4)

EDIT: just looked online - these are both Intel Only updates (explains the numbering)

dartzorichalcos
Jul 2, 2007, 04:45 PM
Are these updates Intel only? There not showing up for me (G4)

Yes (http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/), they are Intel only.

AutumnSkyline
Jul 2, 2007, 04:45 PM
My iMac isn't showing it in Software Update. I have the Audio Update, but not the .10 V1.1 update.. *glompsselfonhead* I just read the posts above, nevermind : D

Corrosive vinyl
Jul 2, 2007, 04:48 PM
yes, Intel only!

i think I hear the hallelujah chorus... hopefully this focus on computers will last

capoeirista
Jul 2, 2007, 04:49 PM
So THAT'S what that noise is! I thought my speakers were on the way out... I hope this fixes it!

steve_hill4
Jul 2, 2007, 04:50 PM
I wil say the most recent update before this did lower the volume considerably on my MacBook Pro 2.0 GHZ Core Duo.

I stated at 10.4.9 that I was getting the same volume at 4 bars/25% as I was previously at 12 bars/75% volume. I went through the early topics on the update and no one else seemed to be reporting similar issues. When 10.4.10 was released, a lot more reported audio problems from 10.4.9 fixed or problems that weren't previously there created.

The volume level seemed to go back to 10.4.8 levels after the 10 update. I have to say neither time I experienced any problems with popping, but did after updating to 10.4.5, IIRC.

Either way, 10.4.10 v1.1? WTF? First people were shocked to see 10.4.10, now we seem to have a 10.4.10.1? Oh well, as long as these things fix problems without creating more, they can issue updates daily with any numbering scheme they like for all I care.

dr_lha
Jul 2, 2007, 04:55 PM
The best thing about this update is that I won't have to listen to people telling me the pops are "due to some third party application", a "non-standard installation" (whatever that might be) or that they don't exist at all and are just in my head. ;)

JW008
Jul 2, 2007, 04:55 PM
Thank God---that popping sound was killing me.

dr_lha
Jul 2, 2007, 04:56 PM
Either way, 10.4.10 v1.1? WTF? First people were shocked to see 10.4.10, now we seem to have a 10.4.10.1? Oh well, as long as these things fix problems without creating more, they can issue updates daily with any numbering scheme they like for all I care.
It's not 10.4.10.1 its v1.1 of the 10.4.10 update. Apple do this all the time, look on this site for a few v1.1s of secuity updates in the past.

quovadis
Jul 2, 2007, 04:57 PM
looks like I now have a decent max volume ... no "pops" either

After installing update and restart I did notice that the bluetooth icon was missing in the menu bar. It was checked (to show up in menu bar) in the systems preference pane. Unchecking and then rechecking the box in the preference pane fixed the problem.....strange

apologeticus
Jul 2, 2007, 04:58 PM
I just ran this update and then restarted. Now my "print & fax" icon in system preferences is messed up. Take a look:

http://myskitch.com/apologeticus/system_preferences-20070702-175440.jpg

nsbio
Jul 2, 2007, 05:01 PM
Showed up on my G5 iMac. Installed with no problems, although it was only about 3.5 Mb.

EDIT: It was only a security update, but it was an update nevertheless

dartzorichalcos
Jul 2, 2007, 05:05 PM
I just ran this update and then restarted. Now my "print & fax" icon in system preferences is messed up. Take a look:
http://myskitch.com/apologeticus/system_preferences-20070702-175440.jpg

Close System Preferences and -----> /Library/Caches, pull a file called "com.apple.preferencepanes.cache" to your desktop. Check back in System Preferences. If the problem is fixed, it's safe to delete the pulled file.

apologeticus
Jul 2, 2007, 05:10 PM
Close System Preferences and -----> /Library/Caches, pull a file called "com.apple.preferencepanes.cache" to your desktop. Check back in System Preferences. If the problem is fixed, it's safe to delete the pulled file.

Wow, thanks!! That was a quick and easy fix.

FadeToBlack
Jul 2, 2007, 05:21 PM
Awesome! Thanks, Apple! :)

Royale w/cheese
Jul 2, 2007, 05:22 PM
Yeah this is great, my intel mac mini was making that damn pop, I have it hooked up as a media center to my 42" sony wega and that crap did not sound good at all, pretty scary in surround sound. :eek:

I found a big stupid fix last night that I did not feel like putting together plus it came with a proceed at your own risk statement, I will definitely get this up and running on the mini when I get home.

Luca Boccaccini
Jul 2, 2007, 05:27 PM
Sorry guys, the update didn't change a thing on my Macbook (May 2007 version).
I can still hear the "pop" everytime the system needs to emit a sound for an action like moving a file to the trash, for example.
Well, it pops. I'm not using external speakers.
The same pop can be heard on the boot sound.
It seems to happen everytime the system is unused for more than 10 seconds, with maximum enery saving or normal settings activated.

Did you notice anything different after the update?

Thank you all,

Luca.

The Tuck
Jul 2, 2007, 05:32 PM
Great! Now they just need to come out with iTunes 7.3 v1.1 so I can actually install it without getting errors saying that my library file could not be saved...

Come on, Apple.

zorinlynx
Jul 2, 2007, 05:36 PM
This fixed the related issue I was having on my Mac Pro, where it would shut off the optical out after ten seconds of inactivity.

This caused the first second or so of sound emitted by any app to be cut off, since my receiver takes about that long to notice the optical signal has come on and switch to digital mode for that input.

So, way to go Apple for fixing this!

Luca Boccaccini
Jul 2, 2007, 05:38 PM
It seems to happen everytime the system is unused for more than 10 seconds, with maximum enery saving or normal settings activated.




Actually, 1 minute at least.
Just checked it out more precisely.

Luca

Luca Boccaccini
Jul 2, 2007, 05:43 PM
Yeah this is great, my intel mac mini was making that damn pop, I have it hooked up as a media center to my 42" sony wega and that crap did not sound good at all, pretty scary in surround sound. :eek:

Wow... a surrounding "POPPPP", indeed!
Scary enough! Hope the update will work on your Mini.

lag1090
Jul 2, 2007, 05:52 PM
I never experienced any popping sounds with my MBP, but there is some audio corruption at high volume levels (~75% and above), even after the audio update. I'm not sure if this problem occurred under 10.4.9, as the update 10 .10 was released almost immediately after I had received the computer. The corruption is some variant of distortion, and I initially only recognized it while playing music. I can hear it, even with AIFF files straight from the CD, so I know it's not a music bitrate issue.

I sure hope Apple releases a fix for it, as I have to turn my speakers up to 100% and leave the computer volume around 25%.

citi
Jul 2, 2007, 05:52 PM
I wonder what the mounting and unmounting of usb stuff is? Does this mean I can unplug a usb peripheral without having to eject it? Even windows does this.

epicwelshman
Jul 2, 2007, 05:56 PM
So... what's new in this 1.1 update?

thecritix
Jul 2, 2007, 06:03 PM
I hope this update doesn't raise the sound level back to 10.4.9. I like the new lower sound volume on my iMac Core 2 Duo.

try f4 buddy ;)

Derfy
Jul 2, 2007, 06:03 PM
I wonder what the mounting and unmounting of usb stuff is? Does this mean I can unplug a usb peripheral without having to eject it? Even windows does this.

No, Windows does not do this. Ever see the "Safely Remove Hardware" dialogues in Windows? You should, because if you don't and remove external drives, you risk corruption just as you do with Macintosh.

anirban
Jul 2, 2007, 06:11 PM
No, Windows does not do this. Ever see the "Safely Remove Hardware" dialogues in Windows? You should, because if you don't and remove external drives, you risk corruption just as you do with Macintosh.


Not entirely true. You can enable "Quick Removal" in Windows XP to remove the hardware without going through the "Safely Remove Hardware" procedure. This does reduce the performace speed of the hardware, but does not cause any data damage.

http://www.microsoft.com/germany/technet/prodtechnol/winxppro/reskit/c09621675.mspx

ro2nie
Jul 2, 2007, 06:22 PM
Finally some news that aren't iPh*** related!

I was hearing that poping sound too before the update, it was really annoying..

Bow Rekk
Jul 2, 2007, 06:23 PM
Has anyone had any problems created with this?

Echo seemed to update their firmware for my audiofire 4 firewire sound card which started popping through playback after the .10 update and this was fixed.

There have been a few other problems but pretty insignificant. The isight seems to have become firewalled on amsn and I can't unfirewall it (although I probably could if I knew what I was doing...), I have to keep the audiofire console open all the time or audio will sometimes play a tone higher and slightly faster and my MBP seems to take longer to boot up (about double most times I think?).

Will these be fixed too? I rarely use external speakers through the built in audio so that is not a problem so much.

Derfy
Jul 2, 2007, 06:25 PM
Not entirely true. You can enable "Quick Removal" in Windows XP to remove the hardware without going through the "Safely Remove Hardware" procedure. This does reduce the performace speed of the hardware, but does not cause any data damage.

http://www.microsoft.com/germany/technet/prodtechnol/winxppro/reskit/c09621675.mspx
Ah, I stand corrected! Very interesting, I didn't know that. Thanks very much!

twoodcc
Jul 2, 2007, 06:36 PM
for some reason i'm not seeing 10.4.10 v1.1 update on my mac pro

mattibek
Jul 2, 2007, 06:47 PM
I thought I was going crazy. My speakers would pop all the time. Good to know this will fix it.

loft3
Jul 2, 2007, 06:58 PM
Did this happen to anyone else after installing the Audio Update?

http://flickr.com/photos/9594274@N02/

oxygen8
Jul 2, 2007, 06:59 PM
nice to see audio getting some love. let's hope this is a prelude to a logic update.

Yankees 4 Life
Jul 2, 2007, 07:10 PM
i like the new updates. Everything sounds much better :):apple:

Peel
Jul 2, 2007, 07:15 PM
Did this happen to anyone else after installing the Audio Update?

http://flickr.com/photos/9594274@N02/

Dude, that looks pretty scary! Have you tried reseting the PRAM? the application font for Finder is stored there. Restart and hold down command-option-p-r immediatly after the gong sound. Note that you'll lose some prefs, like double-click time, mouse speed, keyboard repeat speed...

10th Wonder
Jul 2, 2007, 07:15 PM
Yes (http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/), they are Intel only.

Well, it shouldn't be for JUST Intel MACS!! Because I've experienced this too as well. So it's just not for Intel-based macs, it's also G4(PPC) format as well too!:(

blirette
Jul 2, 2007, 07:17 PM
Hiya

Semi-related but...I'm on a PowerBook G4 (10.4) at home and a PowerMac G4 (10.3) at work. I hear some beeps once in a while but they are mostly associated with MSN Messenger.

Anyone ever heard of MSN Messenger causing audio beeps too??

e12a
Jul 2, 2007, 07:17 PM
i knew it couldnt be my speakers that made a pop sound every few minutes. Sounds like your ears popping from pressure changes, but coming from speakers.

Does this address the "pop" associated with headphones when somethign like the volume's changed?

oxygen8
Jul 2, 2007, 07:20 PM
Well, it shouldn't be for JUST Intel MACS!! Because I've experienced this too as well. So it's just not for Intel-based macs, it's also G4(PPC) format as well too!:(

steve said they would continue to "support" PPC, he didn't say they would continue inovate, polish, take care of in great detail, etc. PPC.

c'mon dude, this is computer land.

10th Wonder
Jul 2, 2007, 07:20 PM
My "pops" are from my speakers and sometimes iChat related which would make an annoying noise. Before it would never make those noises until 10.4.10 update a week and half ago.

flir67
Jul 2, 2007, 07:24 PM
thankfully the popping sound was fixing

on my mini, everytime the ac came on "pop" went off "pop" ,

any thing large electrical switching caused a loud pop.

blirette
Jul 2, 2007, 07:32 PM
My "pops" are from my speakers and sometimes iChat related which would make an annoying noise. Before it would never make those noises until 10.4.10 update a week and half ago.

You say with iChat it did this? It happened to me with MSN Messenger... are we on something here? IM apps related bug?

ghall
Jul 2, 2007, 07:40 PM
Finally some news that aren't iPh*** related!


iPhone is considered profanity? :confused:

Anyway, this update screwed up my iTunes, but reinstalling iTunes did the trick.

ravenvii
Jul 2, 2007, 07:47 PM
for some reason i'm not seeing 10.4.10 v1.1 update on my mac pro

Me neither on my MBP. I installed the audio update, but I didn't see any v1.1 update. :confused:

Stridder44
Jul 2, 2007, 08:02 PM
Yes (http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/), they are Intel only.

Ah ok I was wondering about that.

smartalic34
Jul 2, 2007, 08:04 PM
yep, me too

The 10.4.10 v1.1 includes the Audio Update. Basically, it is for those who haven't updated to 10.4.10 yet... it is a combo of 10.4.10 and the Audio Update. If you have 10.4.10 already, all you need is the audio download and you're updated:)

MacEyeDoc
Jul 2, 2007, 08:06 PM
i like the new updates. Everything sounds much better :):apple:

But does it sound snappier???

twoodcc
Jul 2, 2007, 08:16 PM
The 10.4.10 v1.1 includes the Audio Update. Basically, it is for those who haven't updated to 10.4.10 yet... it is a combo of 10.4.10 and the Audio Update. If you have 10.4.10 already, all you need is the audio download and you're updated:)

Oh ok. That explains it. Thanks

Stridder44
Jul 2, 2007, 08:16 PM
Did this happen to anyone else after installing the Audio Update?

http://flickr.com/photos/9594274@N02/


Lawl! That's a new font for Leopard.

Royale w/cheese
Jul 2, 2007, 08:27 PM
Thanks, Luca. :)

Dwight Schrute
Jul 2, 2007, 08:30 PM
Fantastic! Now I can plug my speakers in again without hearing the sub thump at 15 second intervals. That sucked!

tartempion
Jul 2, 2007, 08:41 PM
Thanks... it's so refreshing to hear about something else than this iPhone (btw, I live up north, Canada! :o )

smartalic34
Jul 2, 2007, 08:49 PM
it's nice not having my macbook pro's speakers pop... that was getting very annoying in a quiet room

10th Wonder
Jul 2, 2007, 08:58 PM
You say with iChat it did this? It happened to me with MSN Messenger... are we on something here? IM apps related bug?

I would say so, it seems that is the case. Also it happens in when i am playing music in iTunes from time to time as well.

le sacre
Jul 2, 2007, 09:00 PM
thankfully the popping sound was fixing

on my mini, everytime the ac came on "pop" went off "pop" ,

any thing large electrical switching caused a loud pop.

your external speakers' response to electrical disturbances will not be affected by any software update. i think these pops happen just because long unshielded speaker wire acts as an antenna--the same reason why they make periodic buzzing sounds when cell phones are nearby. when my downstairs neighbor started keeping a cell phone close enough to my speakers to cause this interference, i wrapped my speaker wire in tin foil, and this seems to have helped with both that and with popping from my light switches.

goodmenace
Jul 2, 2007, 09:01 PM
Hmmm...I still haven't had a kernel panic or my wifi flaking out (although it is slow...)
I'll be calling up apple if I get another frustrating kernel panic. I'm fed up with that 10.4.10 evil update!

ravenvii
Jul 2, 2007, 09:18 PM
The 10.4.10 v1.1 includes the Audio Update. Basically, it is for those who haven't updated to 10.4.10 yet... it is a combo of 10.4.10 and the Audio Update. If you have 10.4.10 already, all you need is the audio download and you're updated:)

Ahh, gotcha. Thanks.

dummptyhummpty
Jul 3, 2007, 12:15 AM
well if this is for more than just the Macbooks, hopefully it'll fix that lingering balance issue that crops up here and there for people.

Haha good to know that's not an issue only I am having. I was like wtf is going on.

zami
Jul 3, 2007, 05:16 AM
Lingering balance issue

Had that as well, thought it was the jack socket or the sound card or something. Spent over 30.00 on a Griffin iMic so as to use USB and avoid the issue, still popped however.

BTW this was on an Intel MacMini.

godrifle
Jul 3, 2007, 07:46 AM
You say with iChat it did this? It happened to me with MSN Messenger... are we on something here? IM apps related bug?

Apple confirmed a bug report I made after updating to 10.4.10, where my Logitech USB webcam no longer has mic input. I noticed this first in iChat. This latest audio update does nothing to fix this issue. So as it sits, I have video only, making iChat utterly useless for me.

I'm wholly disappointed in Apple lately. Have you noticed the state of their web site? Broken links everywhere.

Come on Apple, focus on your core.

snowfall
Jul 3, 2007, 08:19 AM
You know, the fact that people whom voluntarily participate on forums, and get tired of hot topics is indicative of a growing problem in our society. Each of us needs to sit back, take a breath, relax and just enjoy the great things that Apple is bringing to the world, without getting pulled down in the silly impatience and frustration over trivial things that seems to abound with many.


A growing problem in our society? People who want to hear more about macs? Those that don't care for a product they're not going to buy? People who voice their dissatisfaction with what's popular? Or people writing in online forums against it, when clearly the whole world says: "Don't bother with the toaster, just slap some butter on it because this is the hottest thing since..."

So someone gets impatient because Apple has focused on the iPhone instead of the Mac, and writes about that frustration as a customer... that's their right and responsibility.

Now I have an image of Apple as a benevolent deity in my head, showering us with good works that we should just appreciate and be patient for... makes me chuckle. Who's paying who here? Though I suppose every religion has its outspoken advocates and its umm, "membership" fees!

Back on topic, thanks for the mac update Apple! Keep it up and I might renew my membership :)

hagjohn
Jul 3, 2007, 08:40 AM
All I got was the audio update as well.

(m)k
Jul 3, 2007, 09:28 AM
I just finished updating my mac and everything installed successfully and i restarted my macbook but i still get the "popping" noise. Any body else still have the problem?:apple:

atp
Jul 3, 2007, 10:08 AM
The 10.4.10 v1.1 includes the Audio Update. Basically, it is for those who haven't updated to 10.4.10 yet... it is a combo of 10.4.10 and the Audio Update. If you have 10.4.10 already, all you need is the audio download and you're updated:)

Audio Update over 10.4.10 does not update these.

Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update v1.1
- RAW camera support
- Mounting and unmounting external USB devices
- Support for 3rd party software applications
- Security updates

Edit: I am most possibly wrong, sry.
:o

smartalic34
Jul 3, 2007, 10:27 AM
Audio Update over 10.4.10 does not update these.

Mac OS X 10.4.10 Update v1.1
- RAW camera support
- Mounting and unmounting external USB devices
- Support for 3rd party software applications
- Security updates

It doesn't need to, as those were updated in the original 10.4.10 update. That is why 10.4.10 v1.1 isn't needed if you already have 10.4.10... 10.4.10 v1.1 is just 10.4.10 plus Audio Update... see http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=305533 for more information ... specifically the Other section, where the only v1.1 reference is where it explains that v1.1 includes the Audio Update. Trust me, Software Update isn't excluding v1.1 for a reason:)

Edit: atp- quite alright!

atp
Jul 3, 2007, 10:35 AM
It doesn't need to, as those were updated in the original 10.4.10 update. That is why 10.4.10 v1.1 isn't needed if you already have 10.4.10... 10.4.10 v1.1 is just 10.4.10 plus Audio Update... see http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=305533 for more information ... specifically the Other section, where the only v1.1 reference is where it explains that v1.1 includes the Audio Update. Trust me, Software Update isn't excluding v1.1 for a reason:)

See my edit, sorry!:o

kwong2006
Jul 3, 2007, 10:42 AM
I don't think the audio update works. I can still faintly hear those pops and noises. However, I am not bothered enough by them to do anything radical.

cube
Jul 3, 2007, 11:30 AM
What about PPC??? Some people are having the audio problem on G4 and G5 so I'm stuck with 10.4.9 until this is resolved! :mad:

BilltheCat
Jul 3, 2007, 01:00 PM
interesting! I have been hearing the pops but thought it my local power company having issues thru my ext speakers or my APC smartUPS not filtering like it should.

nice!

macenforcer
Jul 3, 2007, 01:14 PM
What about PPC??? Some people are having the audio problem on G4 and G5 so I'm stuck with 10.4.9 until this is resolved! :mad:

Looks like apple has officially stopped PPC development. :eek:

MindlessJD
Jul 3, 2007, 03:20 PM
I had the audio popping problem on my 20" iMac and was starting to get really annoyed with it and this update has sorted it out completly! Brilliant, well done Apple again!

MacNewbie03
Jul 3, 2007, 10:03 PM
I installed the Audio update earlier this evening and after I installed it my wireless is not working, its not seeing my wireless network. I wasn't having the popping problem so I guess I shouldn't have installed it GRRR!!!

EDIT: Forgot to add this is on a Core Duo Macbook, with 10.4.10 installed.

MacBlackBook22
Jul 3, 2007, 10:30 PM
This should clear the audio pops i'm hearing.

Same here I was getting the popping sound I thought it was my speakers were the problem and I was just about to buy new ones. I downloaded the update and now the popping is gone!!!! yipppeeee:)

cubbie5150
Jul 4, 2007, 12:09 AM
Thank god!! That popping sound was EXTREMELY annoying..

MagnusVonMagnum
Jul 4, 2007, 02:26 AM
You know, the fact that people whom voluntarily participate on forums, and get tired of hot topics is indicative of a growing problem in our society. Each of us needs to sit back, take a breath, relax and just enjoy the great things that Apple is bringing to the world, without getting pulled down in the silly impatience and frustration over trivial things that seems to abound with many.

10.4.10 v1.1, now that's funny.

What's that all aboot? I've got better things to do than get high on Apple's gadgets. And if I want to relax, I'll spend it listening to Tori Amos on my high-end audio rig using an uncompressed format, not an iPod. Let me know when Apple supports high-end audio, not kiddie formats with cheap headphones.

So sorry if I'd rather hear about MAC news, not Apple gadgets.

kerneysa
Jul 4, 2007, 09:14 AM
Well I didn't have any problems before really except for the lack of volume available with built-in speakers (but i don't expect or need much from them). And after installing I haven't had any issues but the speakers still can't belt it out.

I have had no balance or popping or sync problems (that I know of) but the max volume level seems to have increases by about 25%, maybe more, using built-in speakers and head phones. I no longer have to lean into my MacBook to hear music if there is mild-to-moderate background noise. Still not as loud as when using bootcamp, but better than the pre-Audio_Update. I was wondering how long it was going to take Apple to "fix" that (though I'm not sure a 25% increase on some but not all systems can be considered a fix to the low-volume-when-booted-to-Mac-OS issue!).

VaDor
Jul 4, 2007, 09:53 AM
So THAT'S what that noise is! I thought my speakers were on the way out... I hope this fixes it!

lolol me too.. I heared many times the pop thing in my external speakers... now is good :D :apple:

maclover201
Jul 4, 2007, 11:11 AM
To clear things up, Mac OS X 10.4.10 1.1 is for Intel 10.4.9 users who have not installed 10.4.10 and the Audio Update.

Also, I was hearing little pops out of my speakers. The Audio update worked great and I don't hear pops anymore.

:)

le sacre
Jul 4, 2007, 05:24 PM
I just finished updating my mac and everything installed successfully and i restarted my macbook but i still get the "popping" noise. Any body else still have the problem?:apple:

i haven't had any popping so far since the update, but i'm now getting an intermittent static-y sound on my external speakers. the only other time i've ever heard it was, oddly enough, while this audio update was downloading and installing...

EDIT: ok, i spoke too soon. i am getting the popping too, still. so the update just made things worse.

FadeToBlack
Jul 5, 2007, 12:34 AM
Haven't heard the popping since installing the update. I'll report back if it starts popping again, though.

mfino
Jul 5, 2007, 05:56 AM
I got slammed with this update. My audio output from the MBP no longer works at all :mad: I tried:

1/ reinstalling the Audio patch
2/ reinstalling the update
3/ verify disk
4/ fsck the disk
5/ repair permissions on the disk
6/ some other forum mentioned using Pacifist and reinstalling a 10.4.9 kext file but this didn't work because Pacifist couldn't find the kext file in the update pkg file.
and of course lots of rebootings in-between.

None of these worked. Is there no way to rollback these patches? Has anyone else with an Intel MBP experienced the problem of having no audio output at all with the patch? :confused: What is the way out? Reinstall? I thought I had left this kind of problem behind when I tried to ditch Windoze :(

stuckwithme247
Jul 5, 2007, 06:36 PM
Hopefully they will provide this update to Leopard beta users as well.

mustgroove
Jul 24, 2007, 03:49 AM
I'm hearing so many conflicting stories about this update... some people had no problems with the original 10.4.10 update, some people saw the popping disappear with the Audio Update, some people still get the popping even with the Audio Update...

So... is anyone experiencing the popping after updating from 10.4.9 by using the 10.4.10 v1.1 Combo update? Is the 10.4.10 v1.1 Combo updater definitively safe or unsafe?

I'm still sitting on 10.4.9 on my 2.4ghz 15" MBP, a lil confused by the mixed messages on a variety of forums...