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  • nickfrompalo alto Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm seeing this too on a 2011 MacBook Pro 15". Safe mode didn't help. Restoring from time machine now :-(

  • nmphotog Level 1 (5 points)

    Ditto.  Hosed my Macbook Pro i5 2010 15".


    running off my backup drive to try and reinstall the update from  download instead of through software update.



    Total Garbage.  I have a lot of photos to run through for Sports this evening.  Total Crap.



    Where is Serlet when you need him...

  • d0nk3y Level 1 (10 points)

    Yep - restoring from TM 10.7.2. Have downloaded the combo update to try again later.

  • Chakravarthy Cuddapah Level 4 (1,875 points)

    Same here on 2011 MBP. I miss Steve Jobs :-( First time since 2001 (moved to Mac in 2001) I am seeing such an update

  • albert421 Level 1 (0 points)

    We all miss him

  • portgreen Level 1 (20 points)

    APPLE, this is a serious problem, fix this ASAP!!!


    I just updated my MacBook Air, latest edition, to 10.7.3 and immediately, none of my apps work after installing. The only apps I found working is iCal so far and the update checking process seems fine.


    I can't use safari, finder or even system properties. I dont want to restore my system. Who's going to pay for my time lost? So I expect a quick emergency update to fix this.


    I mean what the FUKING ****????!!!!

  • timgradywy Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the exact same error. 2011 15" MacBook Pro.  Trying a reinstall from a Lion Restore Disk now.  If it fails, I'll use my last 10.7.2 TM backup.



  • nmphotog Level 1 (5 points)

    FOLKS I have fixed went fast because I have fiber and well, SSD rocks.



    Ok, I booted into my old drive with 10.7.2. via USB


    I downloaded the COMBO update via


    I installed the combo and ran Disk Utilty a couple times to make sure nothing obvious was broken or permissions sticky bit was whacked out.


    Boots up into 10.7.3 fine.



    If I had to guess, I'd say the installer is either got a bad pack for Macbooks here (judging by the comments) or it is quitting prematurely and rebooting before the update is fully completed - which has happened with Snow Leopard in the past on some of my machines.


    I'm out of here, I have a Sh*t ton of photo this evening.


    Good luck y'all.  Apple get your act together.

  • d0nk3y Level 1 (10 points)

    Just a question - did anyone experiencing this issue use the combo update?

  • tedfromel cerrito Level 1 (0 points)

    Do you have a screenshot of the CUI error? If so, could you post it? I would like to include it in an article I am wriring about this matter...if that's okay. Thanks!

  • Walter Kozlov Level 1 (0 points)

    Just updated half a dozen MBP's ranging in age from 2007 to 2010. Used the combo udate on 3 and incremental update on the other 3. Also updated a server OS. No problems to report at all.


    Now have to go update 40 more users in the bulding. Feeling brave and confident that all will be fine. If not, all my users are runnig CrashPlan, which btw is godsent.

  • Davor Pasaric Level 1 (0 points)

    The same problem here on Mac Pro (2,1). The same update went fine on my Mac mini. Now I am restoring from Time Machine and I'll try with the Combo Updater.


    I am sorry for the users without backup, Apple should check updates like this with more care. This is the first time since 10.0 beta that I have problem with an update.

  • 997Turbo Level 1 (0 points)

    Mac Pro here with CUI images and crashes everywhere after update through Software Update.  Downloading combo pack as we speak.  Very un-Apple update.

  • Haynie Minter Level 1 (25 points)

    I was bitten with this one as well on my MacBook Pro.  Trying to download the combo and boot into target disk mode.

  • portgreen Level 1 (20 points)

    Please tell me how do you install the combo pack?

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