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Users OS X version 10.11.4 experiencing crashes
A large number of owners of a Mac have reported problems after OS X version 10.11.4 installed. There are mainly reports of crashes that can occur randomly, and that a reboot is the only option.
Macrumors makes mention of the problems complained after a large number of users on its forums on OS X version 10.11.4. Also expressed several tweakers given to contend with the problems. After installing the update, the system may crash at seemingly random moments, after which the device must be rebooted.
It seems that the problems mainly arise in the 2015 version of the 13 “MacBook Pro with Retina display. However, users of other Apple laptops have reported lockups. Where problems are just due is not yet known, because Apple has not yet commented on the matter. However, log files are found, references to the system framework or a bug in the Intel driver for the GPU.
However, the company’s support department might already be aware, reports Macrumors. That would, however, users can not solve. It is therefore going to be still unclear whether and when the problems are solved.
10:11 OS X, named El Capitan, the end came out in September last year. Update 4 came in late March, and includes hints at a change in the name of OS X for MacOS, although it remains unclear whether Apple alignment actually continues.
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