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Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by Gary500, Aug 18, 2014.
Going from PB1 -> DP6 breaks the finder (I had Xtrafinder installed) . Any way to fix it?
Define "Breaks the Finder".
I just did by reinstalling Yosemite, restart CMD+R, then install OS X. Works like a charm. Also did and upgrade from pb1 to dp6 and had a non working finder.
Edit: I didn't have any finder add ons installed so I guess the PB1 to DP6 isn't optimal...
How did you reinstall it (I'm new to OS X) ? You mean just click on the package file again?
Check your build number in About This Mac. It should be 14A329f for DP6. When I reinstalled Yosemite using the recovery tools, it installed PB1.
Right, just noticed... PB1 instead. Guess I'll just have to wait for PB2...
You could try PB1 to DP5 to DP6. With the exception of a harmless bug with the address bar in Safari, that path worked perfectly fine for me.
The only danger is not knowing if any small little bugs that pop up as a result of this unorthodox update method will ever be squashed without a full reinstall.
Having the same issue. Dont fancy reinstalling again
I had the same issue until I downgraded back to PB1, then updated to DP5, and then DP6. Now Finder works again.
May I ask how you roll back to pb1?
I just redownloaded it through the App Store and installed it like normal.
I read this too late
I'm in the process of a one hour and a half of the machine restoration.
Fair enough! Hope it works out for you!