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PsychoCenobite

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Dec 31, 2014
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The other day I found out that my Mac was using Ventura 13.2 but 13.5 was available - I'd had no notifications about this update.

After manually going to Settings / General / Software Update it said that the 13.5 update was available.

I tried updating but had to give up when it got stuck with 30mins to go and I cancelled the update.

I've just tried to run the update again but now I get the following message:

macOS Ventura 13.2 / Last checked: Today / Your Mac is up to date

Is this a common problem?

Many thanks.
 

PsychoCenobite

macrumors member
Original poster
Dec 31, 2014
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Just tried again and it is now showing as an option. I'm running the update now...

I'm not sure if it was due to my VPN, which I just turned off.
 

haralds

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Jan 3, 2014
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Try downloading the latest installer and install the whole thing. Closest to a combo update theses days.
Helped me with some stalling updates in Intel.
 

davidlv

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Apr 5, 2009
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The other day I found out that my Mac was using Ventura 13.2 but 13.5 was available - I'd had no notifications about this update.

After manually going to Settings / General / Software Update it said that the 13.5 update was available.

I tried updating but had to give up when it got stuck with 30mins to go and I cancelled the update.

I've just tried to run the update again but now I get the following message:

macOS Ventura 13.2 / Last checked: Today / Your Mac is up to date

Is this a common problem?

Many thanks.
Try Downloading and using the full installer from the Mr. Macintosh page.
If that doesn't work, try making a new user and try to update again.
 
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