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If you have a receipt package called "Mac OSXUpdate10.3.5Patch.pkg," you installed the patch update.) What this means for users The availability of this new patch update format has a few consequences for users: UPDATE We've received a note from a reader, Stephen Northcott, who found that the "patch" update package will not work on a different model than the one on which it was downloaded: "When I tried to install the Patch update that worked on my Power Book G4 17" on my Power Mac G5 it told me that it was not an allowable update and I have consequently had to download the whole 88MB update for my G5." So apparently "patch" updates are, at least in some cases, machine-specific.UPDATE #2 Several readers have reported that on their systems, Software Update is listing the Combo update (88MB) as the only 10.3.5 Update available.We're assuming that this approach will also be used for future OS updates.(If you've already installed the OS X 10.3.5 Update and you want to see if you installed the new patch version, open the /Library/Receipts folder on your hard drive.[Since our initial posting of this article on Wednesday, we've added a couple significant updates; see the end of the article for details.] Prior to the Mac OS X 10.3.5 Update, Apple generally released two versions of each Mac OS X update: a "standard" update and a "Combo" update.The standard update only updated the previous version of the OS to the current version; for example, the standard updater for Mac OS X 10.3.4 could only be used to update Mac OS X 10.3.3.
i Photo Libraries are not appearing, sleep mode is not keeping an i Mac asleep, and network issues abound.You're probably better off asking on Apple's forums, or DTS.However, I notice you're using /System/Library/Extensions/ - as this directory has not been intended for third party kexts since 10.19/10.10, and indeed is usually unavailable due to SIP on 10.11 (you evidently have SIP turned off) try /Library/Extensions instead.If you would like to recap what our readers reported from the first article, click here.Camera card not able to be ejected from card reader Mac Fix It reader "Bruce W." reports: "When I take movies/pictures with my camera I remove the card and then insert it into a card reader for downloading the files into i Photo 09. If it does, delete the movie file in i Photo and re-import the video on the Desktop to i Photo (drag the video to the i Photo dock icon and release)."Since updating to 10.5.7, patterns of square blotches (mostly blue, yellow, & purple) appear when I open jpeg files.