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avmm2004

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 19, 2016
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Be carefull with update from version 10.11.5 to 10.11.6. I updated from version 10.11.5 to 10.11.6 and i have a lot of problems.
Safari does not work.
Parallels does not work.
system prferences does not work.
Google chrome ....

The update finish without problems but when the system reboot .... the system have a lot of different problems.

I had to recovery my system from time machine.

This update fail or has some problems or .... is do not enought tested.
 

Velin

macrumors 68000
Jul 23, 2008
1,743
1,308
Hearst Castle
Try the Combo Update. I just posted a thread with a link. It sometimes will resolve problems caused by the App store updater.
 

RoelJuun

macrumors 6502
Aug 31, 2010
448
206
Netherlands
After updating my Macbook Pro 2015, 13" Safari doesn't work and some Photo's albums were messed up.

I am lucky to have a Firefox installation...

Combo update didn't work. Reinstallation through the store doesn't work. Ridiculous.

Edit: handoff shows Safari next tot the dock, yet it of course doesn't open Safari when clicking on it. Just to add insult to injury.
[doublepost=1468934652][/doublepost]Fixed the Safari crash issue; moved com.apple.safari.plist to the desktop, opened and closed Safari, then moved the .plist back and everything worked again.
 

simon lefisch

macrumors 65816
Sep 29, 2014
1,002
251
I updated my MBP using the combo installer (as I do with every update) and don't have any probs. Maybe revert to your backup/clone and try again.
 

iceman42

macrumors regular
Nov 12, 2012
173
31
i have no problems with the latest 10.11.6 update.and i did not use the combo installer
 

randomgeeza

macrumors 6502a
Aug 12, 2014
611
454
United Kingdom
I've noticed a few niggles. Safari was acting a little weird until a restart. Likewise a few third party apps didn't play nicely until further reboots.

I also noticed that it cleared out the contents of my ~/Library/Caches folder. Which is no big deal, but I suspect may have contributed towards some of the niggles mentioned above.

Things are settled now and everything is back to baseline.
 
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