Updating nvidia drivers on macbook pro

The last time these drivers were updated was September 21st.Now that it is early December, these drivers are a little over two months old.I recommend you use this supported driver at this time.

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If you have already tried to update and found that you can no longer boot in your system then there are a couple of ways around this.

If you have an official Apple GPU lying around somewhere, then remove the flashed card and replace it with this, you should then be able to boot and update the drivers accordingly.

This guide will help people with such graphics cards perform the update pain free.

No matter your current version of OS X (unless it is 10.11), follow these steps: For every system we have tested so far this process has worked perfectly, if you have any issues just pop us an email at [email protected]

I wish AMD and Apple would update their official drivers more frequently, but at least we still have an option to update unofficially on our own.

If you purchased a Mac Book Pro Retina 15″ model this year after late May, you may have purchased the model with the AMD Radeon R9 M370X discrete graphics processor.

For those of us who run Windows through Boot Camp on this Mac, keeping the graphics driver updated is a little bit of a chore. ) is not supporting the Radeon R9 M370X GPU in this Mac Book Pro with their standard Radeon driver updates.

Instead, this GPU will only run specific Boot Camp drivers that you can download from AMD’s site or through Apple’s Software Update utility.

For most people, that really isn’t much of an issue.

Unfortunately, for those of us that like to play games through Boot Camp on our Macs, these drivers are a little long in the tooth.

Here’s how to verify and repair your startup disk with fsck. Keep holding down those keys until you see a black screen with white lettering.

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