OS X 10.8.5 Supplemental Update
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The OS X 10.8.5 Supplemental Update is recommended for all users running OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5. This update:
  • Resolves an issue that may prevent certain applications from using the FaceTime HD camera on mid-2013 MacBook Air systems.
  • Fixes an issues that may cause external drives to be ejected after the computers goes to sleep.
  • Addresses an issue that may prevent HDMI audio from working after waking from sleep.
  • Fixes an issue that may prevent certain USB Bluetooth adapters from working.
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.8.5 or later



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Koloraro reviewed on 04 Oct 2013
After this update, I see that my system have more free RAM after booting than before the update.
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Adreitz commented on 03 Oct 2013
A note for those of you using nVidia's web drivers: this update makes the system incompatible AGAIN, so it falls back to the base OS X drivers. (Way to go, nVidia.) If that annoys you like it does me, you might want to hold off on this update until nVidia gets a clue.
[Version 1.0]

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Barry5p replied on 04 Oct 2013
Thank you Adreitz, I was wondering why I was having trouble with the latest Mac X 10.8 updates.
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Libertyforall1776 commented on 03 Oct 2013
This update works fine so far.

Still hoping for an AirPlay button in QuickTime Player, ala iOS! Come on Apple!
[Version 1.0]


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Michael_Sebrecht reviewed on 02 Dec 2012
Did not fix the slow shutdown times introduced with 10.8.2 :/
[Version 2.0]


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Roes reviewed on 20 Nov 2012
This update addresses the problem with a series of keys that could affect 2012 Mac systems. This update is recommended for all Mac systems that have been introduced. Markets in 2012. Only.
I have a problem with keychain With MacBook Pro 2012
[Version 2.0]

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Roes replied on 22 Nov 2012
Posed a technical problem is I did not ask a social problem.
I have a problem with keychain With MacBook Pro 2012/

Создает технические проблемы я не спрашивал социальная проблема. У меня есть проблема с брелок для ключей с MacBook Pro 2012/
Plantea un problema técnico es que yo no pedí un problema social. Tengo un problema con llavero con MacBook Pro 2012/

提出了一个技术问题是一个社会问题,我也没有问。 我有一个问题与MacBook Pro的2012年钥匙扣 /

समक्ष एक तकनीकी समस्या है मैं एक सामाजिक समस्या नहीं पूछा था. मैं मैकबुक प्रो 2012 के साथ चाबी का गुच्छा के साथ एक समस्या है /
Gestellt ein technisches Problem nicht fragen nicht ein gesellschaftliches Problem. Ich habe ein Problem mit Schlüsselbund mit MacBook Pro 2012
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Donmontalvo commented on 20 Nov 2012
No problems on install. I did notice the first time I tried to log in after the requisite reboot, I got a new password hint baloon window.
[Version 2.0]


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Eric-Woehler commented on 20 Nov 2012
Downloaded file is 1.3MB, not 26, so is the DL corrupted or there is an error in the file size being reported here?
[Version 2.0]

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MacUpdate---Ryan replied on 21 Nov 2012
We had the wrong file size listed. Thanks for the heads up, I've corrected the listing :)
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Jo* commented on 20 Nov 2012
From the subtitle: "For all Mac users introduced in 2012"

As in: Born this year and got my first MacBook to play with in my craddle.

Or: If you buy a Mac we'll introduce you to... whomever.
[Version 2.0]

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SegN3rd replied on 20 Nov 2012
As in, if you're going to make fun of a typo on MacUpdate, you should probably spell "cradle" correctly.
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Jo* replied on 20 Nov 2012
I figured it's the the devs that post their updates here on MacUpdate, so I was actually making (or trying to make if you prefer) fun of Apple and not MacUpdate.

As for the typo: thanks for pointing out. Never wrote that word before and probably (?) won't ever again, since English is not my first language.
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Gregm replied on 20 Nov 2012
That "introduced" thing **is** a statement that needs clarification. I installed OS10.8x in 2012, my CPU is pre-2012, some of my hardware is 2012.

I guess I'll run the AppStore updater mode a bit later to find out.
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MacUpdate---Ryan replied on 21 Nov 2012
Hey, what can I say, we're trying to get newborns hooked on Macs while they're young ;) Thanks for pointing that out, I've made it just a bit more clear :)
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Jo* replied on 21 Nov 2012
I figured you are a bunch of evildoers over there ;-)
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Pedrotaquelim commented on 06 Oct 2012
Everything went smooth. Nothing to declare. Don't notice any changes. Over & out.
[Version 1.0]


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RavenNevermore reviewed on 05 Oct 2012
Updated without a hitch. Wish they would fix the Time Machine problem for ML too. That just bit me yesterday and made me switch to Carbon Copy Cloner.
[Version 1.0]

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gimparoo replied on 06 Oct 2012
I guess i missed something... I have had no problems with Time Machine, and just restored my older 24" iMac yesterday. Also restored My brand new MacBook after some older software caused it to crash consistantly and went back to prior to loading it.
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RavenNevermore replied on 06 Oct 2012
If you do a search for Time machine, you will see that a lot of people are complaining that it got VERY slow after ML. I had no problems at all with it until a few days ago. Then it was so slow it missed its hourly backups for two days because it finished the one it was doing.
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RavenNevermore replied on 06 Oct 2012
That should have read "it didn't finish the one it was doing." It would take 8 hours to couple a few MBs of data.
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Dvessel had trouble on 05 Oct 2012
If you have a recovery partition set to an external drive, make sure you verify the disk which will update the "boot support partitions".

My RAID configuration doesn't support the recovery partition so I had no choice but to set it externally. If you set it to another drive for any reason, just verify it so you won't be stuck when you really need it.
[Version 1.0]



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Lancetx70 rated on 05 Oct 2013

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Michael_Sebrecht rated on 03 Oct 2013

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Sos-Ufo rated on 19 Oct 2012

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Macsrock rated on 06 Oct 2012

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Jmsuijkerbuijk rated on 05 Oct 2012

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Ikir rated on 05 Oct 2012

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Timisorean rated on 05 Oct 2012

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Esquare rated on 05 Oct 2012

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Surfspirit rated on 05 Oct 2012

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Roes rated on 05 Oct 2012

[Version 1.0]


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The OS X 10.8.5 Supplemental Update is recommended for all users running OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5. This update:
  • Resolves an issue that may prevent certain applications from using the FaceTime HD camera on mid-2013 MacBook Air systems.
  • Fixes an issues that may cause external drives to be ejected after the computers goes to sleep.
  • Addresses an issue that may prevent HDMI audio from working after waking from sleep.
  • Fixes an issue that may prevent certain USB Bluetooth adapters from working.


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