12 Replies Latest reply: Aug 17, 2011 3:05 AM by Simonp123456
leroydouglas Level 6 Level 6 (13,855 points)

Software Update OS X 10.7.1 has been released


MacBook Pro, OS X(10.7.1) 2.4GHz i5 320 HD 8RAM
  • 1. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    assert Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    Wow. This was quick! ;-)

  • 2. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    Guru Bob Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    And it fixes nothing relevant.  Certainly nothing that would stop someone from upgrading to Snow Leopard.

  • 3. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (35,445 points)

    Guru Bob wrote:

     

    And it fixes nothing relevant.  Certainly nothing that would stop someone from upgrading to Snow Leopard.

    I'm impressed at how fast you managed that evaluation

  • 4. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    Guru Bob Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    Csound1 wrote:

     

    I'm impressed at how fast you managed that evaluation

    Thank you.

     

    Spend some time reading the problems people are having with this disaster of an OS, then read the notes from the update.  Nothing relevant.  It didn't fix even one problem out of dozens that I was having either.

  • 5. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    coocooforcocoapuffs Level 3 Level 3 (845 points)

    I suppose if you could not use your wifi, 10.7.1 would be relevant. Seriously, why post tripe here?

  • 6. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    thomas_r. Level 7 Level 7 (27,960 points)

    People are complaining about a lot of problems that aren't problems with Lion.  They don't understand their problems and are blaming every little issue on "bugs," usually inappropriately.  I'd advise you to work on your issues rather than griping and waiting for Apple to fix things that may be specific to your system.

  • 7. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    Stephen Chavez Level 1 Level 1 (40 points)

    It did not even fix the audio over HDMI it listed as a fix. I may give up on Lion and just go back to Snow Leopard.

  • 8. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    Stephen Chavez Level 1 Level 1 (40 points)

    Thomas, if things work perfectly in Snow Leopard but are messed up in Lion how is that "specific to your system"?

  • 9. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (35,445 points)

    Stephen Chavez wrote:

     

    Thomas, if things work perfectly in Snow Leopard but are messed up in Lion how is that "specific to your system"?

    Because it's happening to you, rather than me, that's what specific means!

  • 10. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    FishComputer Level 4 Level 4 (1,035 points)

    Ive had an awesome time with lion after dealing with a problem.

     

    Yes I still have no recovery HD, but the sooner my computer dies without a recovery option the sooner I get a new one.

     

    All the problems on the forum I never had, so this means that its a specific bug

  • 11. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    thomas_r. Level 7 Level 7 (27,960 points)

    You are applying an ad hoc logical fallacy...  ie, because B follows A, A caused B.

     

    Installing a major new system upgrade writes thousands of files to your system, which can destabilize a marginal system.  This is due to no fault specific to the upgrade, but rather due to the nature of any process that makes such significant changes.  It also can break older or improperly-written third-party software, and thus your problems may be more properly blamed on some other software rather than on the upgrade.  Those are only two examples.

     

    In addition, according to folks I know who manage large installations of machines, Lion isn't causing widespread problems for them.  Just because something happens to you and a handful of people in a troubleshooting forum, you cannot assume that it is happening for the millions who are using Lion at this point.  It seems to be pretty good for a .0 release, to be honest.

  • 12. Re: Mac OS X 10.7.1
    Simonp123456 Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    I can tell you it doesn't fix the most serious of my  issues with Lion, which is the lack of brightness control in target display mode !

     

    I should learn from my mistakes, Snow Leopard had my entire system locking up when that was  first released.

     

    It was worth upgrading to Lion  for the virtual screen sharing and full screen apps, but Windoze users have had these for decades, let's be honest about this.

     

    The new way spaces works is pretty good although I find it a bit too easy to accidentally swipe the magic mouse and end up on another space .