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Mac OS X v10.6.5 Update

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neo1911    793

Cool

Just what was needed

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+Frank B.    7,151

Thanks for the heads up. Downloading as we speak.

It's a 517.5 MB download on my early 2008 iMac.

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Geoffrey B.    1,415

will download this when i get home from work this evening.

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KoL    36

680.1 MB on my Mac Pro

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.Neo    1,834

659,8 MB on my 2010 27-inch Core i7 iMac.

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Andrew Lyle    340

support links are working :(

Seems there was a period at the end, now they work.

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Xtreme $niper    51

I always recommend people to download the combo update for these kinds of releases to avoid potential issues. I'll be installing this over the weekend, most likely.

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what    326

Thought the print job issue was just me/my printer. Guess I'll be installing this tomorrow then.

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.Neo    1,834

I always recommend people to download the combo update for these kinds of releases to avoid potential issues. I'll be installing this over the weekend, most likely.

I never had a single issue with service updates through Software Update.

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ynnoj    23

Servers are getting hammered.

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John S.    359

680.1 MB on my Mac Pro

Same here on my Mini

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insanekiwi    0

update installed just fine, osx reacted sluggish after the first reboot. now it's all fine :)

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rajputwarrior    280

that's a effin huge update :blink:

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Creamy    1

Yay, they resolved the print delay. Didn't know this was a bug, I was getting mad at my printer...;)

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+Human.Online    8,707

Hmmm, may hold off for a bit on my hackintosh's

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ynnoj    23

Has anybody noticed improved performance in StarCraft II?

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Quillz    1,011

I hope this might fix the sluggishness that has affected my iMac for the past couple months now.

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Dane    177

Damn big update. My macbook pro only has a 160 gig drive on it lol most of the space has updates haha.

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Crazysah    7

Yep. Huge update. 680.1MB! Luckily I have a fast connection here...

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giga    46

Hallelujah, no more FAT32 and file size limits.

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Avlor    1

Anyone knows if it's possible to download a 10.6.5 install image? I was going to do a clean install with a new SSD, so I might as well go straight for 10.6.5 instead of doing 10.6.4 and downloading an update.

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rajputwarrior    280

Yep. Huge update. 680.1MB! Luckily I have a fast connection here...

same size for me and my macbook

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KoL    36

Hallelujah, no more FAT32 and file size limits.

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Awesome. :D

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Rudy    457

Hallelujah, no more FAT32 and file size limits.

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I had that on 10.6.4 :p I'm specialler than you!! :D

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