macOS 10.15.3-Update (with non EFI graphic card & dosdude1-patched)

hhe_muc

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Jan 18, 2020
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Hi guys,
The 10.15.3 update does not appear in the software update section (using macOS patched with the latest dosdude1 Catalina Patcher V1.0.4).
Best regards,
Heiko
 
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devthe

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Mar 12, 2020
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Hello @hhe_muc,
i have the same problem, did you manage to solve it? I'm after an answer but I can't find it anywhere..
sorry for my bad english!
Thanks!
 

hhe_muc

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Jan 18, 2020
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Munich, Germany
Unfortunately: no

I also tried to get in touch with Collin/dosdude1 to resolve this issue (without response).

Now I am back on High Sierra because I even did not succeed in preparing a new 10.15.3 image. I will give another try with 10.15.4...

Any hints very much appreciated!

Best regards,
Heiko
 

pischu12

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Mar 14, 2020
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Hello :)

It was very effortless if I may be honest .... that's the truth

1) Step one : Download the newest patcher 1.3 ( For me at this time )
2) Allow it to download a new version of MacOS 10.15.3
3) Allow it to make a bootable disk once again ( In my case a freshly erased SSD)
4) Boot from the SSD and allow it to update with the choice " install MacOS Catalina " .... as this will not replace your files.... it will only replace renew system files .
5) Process takes 20-30 minutes based on your system ------ > and BOOM ! you are running 10.15.3

:)


I was worried that it would erase as it installs --- but I should have know from the old days MacOS that it only reinstalls/updates system files.

I hope this helps .....
 
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hhe_muc

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Hello :)

It was very effortless if I may be honest .... that's the truth

1) Step one : Download the newest patcher 1.3 ( For me at this time )
2) Allow it to download a new version of MacOS 10.15.3
3) Allow it to make a bootable disk once again ( In my case a freshly erased SSD)
4) Boot from the SSD and allow it to update with the choice " install MacOS Catalina " .... as this will not replace your files.... it will only replace renew system files .
5) Process takes 20-30 minutes based on your system ------ > and BOOM ! you are running 10.15.3

:)


I was worried that it would erase as it installs --- but I should have know from the old days MacOS that it only reinstalls/updates system files.

I hope this helps .....
Great! I will give it a try ...
 
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