Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd Apr 2006 21:17 UTC, submitted by meianoite
Mac OS X "The 10.4.6 Update is recommended for all users and includes general operating system fixes, as well as specific fixes for the following applications and technologies: login and authentication in a variety of network environments; file access and byte range locking with AFP file sharing; network access when using proxy server automatic configuration files; searching iWork '06 and Microsoft Office documents with Spotlight; creating Automator workflows for iPhoto 6; synchronizing contacts and calendars to .Mac and mobile phones; and much more." There's a delta update for 10.4.5, and a combo update for 10.4.0-10.4.5. Easiest method is to just use Software Update.
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help please
by kloty on Tue 4th Apr 2006 06:56 UTC
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Hi there,

I just want to know if anyone has a similiar problem, which is quite weird. I have IBook 1.33 GHz with ATI Mobility Radeon 9200 graphic card. With 10.4.0 everything runs fine. When I've updated on subsequent versions, I have a strange problem. Sometimes when it goes into sleep mode (without shutting the lid), I see lot of colored rectangles on the screen, IBook is not waking up, I have to do hard reset. But after the reset the system does not come up. I see the message that MacOSX is loading, but before the progress bar is completed, the message disappears, I get background screen without any symbols. The only way so far was to reinstall the system and downgrade to 10.4.0 again. I've tried all the updates so far and everyone had this behaviour. I also couldn't find something similiar in Apple's databases.

So if anyone knows what happens here, please drop me a note.



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RE: help please
by Innova on Tue 4th Apr 2006 16:45 in reply to "help please"
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I would get the machine looked at by an apple tech. I was getting some of those similar visual artifacts on my iBook (G4 1.0 GhZ ATI 9200) for about a month, and one day the display just went bonkers. The screens vRam was hosed and I had to replace the display. . . thank the lord for apple care on that one I guess.

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