Mac OS X 10.4.10 v1.1 and Audio Update 2007-001

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    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.
     
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    Audio Update 2007-001

    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.
     
  4. macrumors Core

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    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.
     
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    Ya bet me to it.

    Wonder exactly what it's meant to do!?
     
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    I'll wait before installing this one - haven't had any problems, and don't really want any...
     
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    I'm on the other side of the install.

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

    The update contains a modified version of AppleHDA.kext which is found under System/Library/Extensions
     
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    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.
     
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    This update is for all Intel Macs..It just showed up on my Mac Pro
     
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    Yes! Finally :)

    Hopefully this will sort my macbook out. Apple are really good about fixing problems it has to be said.
     
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    Mac OS X 10.4.10 v1.1 and Audio Update 2007-001

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    Apple released two software updates today:

    Audio Update 2007-001
    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 with the Mac OS X 10.4.10 update.

    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

    More detailed information available here.
     
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    This should clear the audio pops i'm hearing.
     
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    miketcool

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    I wil say the most recent update before this did lower the volume considerably on my MacBook Pro 2.0 GHZ Core Duo.
     
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    Is that popping sound on speakers other than the ones in my MBP? Just clearing up what exactly the updates doing...
    cheers frohike.
     
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    caliguy

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    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.
     
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    I only got the audio update... no new 10.4.10 v1.1 for me! Any ideas why?!:confused:
     
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    amac4me

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    10.4.11?

    makes me wonder ... if we'll ever see 10.4.11 someday :rolleyes:
     
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    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.
     
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    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......
     
  20. macrumors 68000

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    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.
     
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    From apple

    Basically means that 10.4.10 v1.1 is just 10.4.10 v1.0 + Audio Update
     
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    same for me - just the audio - no 10.4.10 update
     
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    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)
     
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    dartzorichalcos

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    Yes, they are Intel only.
     
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    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
     

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