"Supplemental update disables Gforce card driver
just want to share my experience with the latest 10.8 supplemental update.
After installing, the Geforce driver (latest one from NVidia [Sept. 19th]) was disabled, because of "being not compatible with this OS".
But the OS X internal driver works so far.
Mac Pro, 3.1, Gforce 660 (no Mac Version), OS 10.8.5 (new build 12F45).
Maybe some interested in.
Kind regards, Jörg"
Thanks for the note. I wonder if that's due to Nvidia noting the driver was for the original 12F37 build. (i.e. Was a build check included and will Nvidia will update the driver again or does 12F45 already have their fixes.) Since the Oct 3rd (revised) OS X 10.8.5 D/L updaters are also build 12F45, I assume installing them would also break the nvidia (12F37) drivers.
(Update: New Drivers for OS X 10.8.5 build 12F45 (and a CUDA update) - see Oct. 9th news.)
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