1755 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Feb 19, 2007 9:26 AM by Allan Sampson
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Your best bet is to recover from the backup you made before installing the update.
If you didn't backup, go ahead and backup now, and recover piecemeal what you have stored on your backup after an erase and install and performing the updates.
Your problem may simply stem from a lack of repairing permissions. I've found out that others have had trouble with the recent updates if they didn't repair permissions. Go to Applications -> Utilities -> Disk Utility and repair permissions.
I have run into a problem too. I am unable to access a site called jmeeting.com since the latest java update, and I also am unable to update my Logitech Universal remote. When I plug the remote into my USB port, the software does not see it. If I try to use both the site and the remote on my imac that has not be updated, both work fine. It is only on my macbook pro that has been updated, that these things are broken. Anyway, to uninstall the latest update?
You can't uninstall such an update which includes an Apple OS, Security or application update.
You will need to re-install Tiger with the install package that shipped with your MBP which can be done via the Erase & Install or Archive & Install method selecting preserve user and network settings option and then use Software Update installing all available updates excluding the latest Java update.