10.4.10 ... Oh dear ...

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Jim Campbell, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. Jim Campbell macrumors 6502a

    Jim Campbell

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    #1
    So, this dropped into my inbox today:

    Well ... I'd love to but, y'know, 10.4.10 completely FUBARed my wireless internet connection on this here MacBook and I had to purposely roll the OS back to 10.4.9.

    I'm massively disappointed that Apple are now enforcing an upgrade to an OS version that they know causes significant issues for a number of users. I pay for this service, and I absolutely cannot see the point of having it if I can't access .Mac from laptop, which I won't be able to do because my wireless networking will be worse than useless ...

    No-one seemed to want to answer this when I asked it elsewhere - does anyone know if Leopard fixes this bug? How about the rumoured 10.4.11 update ... can anyone shed any light without getting smacked upside the head with a rolled-up NDA?

    Thanks in advance ...

    Cheers

    Jim
     
  2. iBunny macrumors 65816

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    #2
    Upgrade to 10.5.0! :D

    Problem solved!!!!!!!

    The Leopard Machine I have use, did not have any Airport issues whatso ever. And 10.4.11 should be comming out sometime in the near future - do not know if it specifically fixes the 10.4.10 Airport bug tho.
     
  3. Jim Campbell thread starter macrumors 6502a

    Jim Campbell

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    Err ... no offence, but were you experiencing the 10.4.10 bug in the first place? It appears to be a very esoteric glitch that affects a relatively small number of users and seems to defy identification of a common factor.

    If your Airport wasn't FUBARed by the 10.4.10 upgrade, then the fact that 10.5 works fine for you doesn't really help me with this ... :(

    Cheers

    Jim
     

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