Originally Posted by PoopaScoopa
lol ok. Your ONE guy vs everyone elses MBP that has been fixed. I already had 100% fans with smcfancontrol and was still able to reproduce the crash prior to the update. Obviously heat wasn't the issue and since none of my clocks or voltages have changed after the update you're going to have to try again.
Apparently you know more than Apple's own devs who posted release notes along with the update that you have failed to read yet continue to keep embarrassing yourself by posting more.
How do you know this for sure? What model do you have (13", 15" or 17")?
Perhaps different models are not affected by the same issues. If it was driver issues, it is Apple's fault. They are in charge of QA and the Mac ecosystem. Perhaps Apple's "BIOS" had issues with the video hardware switching into discrete mode.
The "release notes" do not state what was the offending component(s). We still need more information to determine if it was fixed for the majority of users affected.
Many new Apple users like to sweep problems under the rug like it never existed. New Apple users are the biggest offenders of blind fanboyism because they don't want to second guess "making the switch."Edited by Riou - 3/23/11 at 2:47am