Graphics driver updated for Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 (14E46)
Contains performance improvements and bug fixes for a wide range of applications.
Includes NVIDIA Driver Manager preference pane.
Includes BETA support for iMac and MacBook Pro systems with NVIDIA graphics
Release Notes Archive:
This driver update is for Mac Pro 5,1 (2010), Mac Pro 4,1 (2009) and Mac Pro 3,1 (2008) users.
BETA support is for iMac 14,2 / 14,3 (2013), iMac 13,1 / 13,2 (2012) and MacBook Pro 11,3 (2013), MacBook Pro 10,1 (2012), and MacBook Pro 9,1 (2012) users.
As of post time, the page refers to CUDA 7.0.52 in the text, but the link routes to CUDA 7.0.36 from April 9th. Here's a link to CUDA 7.0.52 for OS X 10.10.x and 10.9.x from July 2nd news. As before, it has this note on older GPU support:
"This driver does not support older generation GPUs with SM1.x."
Earlier versions with that note also referred to CUDA 6.5.45 for SM1.x support but it may not have support for the latest graphics drivers.
BTW: I'm not running an Nvidia card to test this but CUDA 7.0.52 was posted when driver 346.01.03f01 was released and in the past when there was a significant change (like 346.02.xxx vs 346.01), they updated the CUDA release to include the new graphics driver version support. (Maybe that's changed, or CUDA 7.0.52 included 346.02 driver support. Just wanted to mention it in case there was a later version via Nvidia prefs check.)
"FaceTime Camera Driver Update
This update improves FaceTime camera compatibility with Windows, and is recommended for all Boot Camp users."
Post Date: Jul 29, 2015. File Size: 1.4 MB
MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015)
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MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015) -the name for 11,4 and 11,5.
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OWC blog on using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac
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Apple How-To/Troubleshooting Article Updates:
- Get help with Home Sharing
- Apple Web Server notifications
- Troubleshooting the Mac App Store
- How to add music from the Apple Music catalog to your library
- If you get an error when trying to activate iMessage or FaceTime
- How to use AirPlay to wirelessly stream content from iTunes on your Mac