Warning – Ever since updating to mac OS Sierra 10.12 and the current 10.12.1, NVIDIA’s drivers are causing my Mac to kernel panic.
If you choose to update PLEASE understand what you are doing and how to reverse it.
The way to be up to date on drivers is to always be running the latest OS.
There is debate over whether Apple make the entire driver set themselves, or just take NVidia/AMD's core code & add their own hardware/OS-specific code to it.
Click the More Info button to see the exact build version number (15G31) in the Software field.
STEP 2: If your OS X software version has not been updated, in the About This Mac window, click on the Software Update button STEP 3: Continue to install software updates until your system OS is reported to be v10.11.6 (15G31) STEP 4: Review the NVIDIA Software License.
This isn’t happening to everyone who updates but I’ve had others tell me it’s also happening to them.
If you’re inquisitive like me, and want to know which driver version your Mac is currently on from Apple, follow .
Could you perhaps edit the title to reflect what you seek to learn?Here are links for downloading drivers from the most common graphics card manufacturers: If you upgraded your driver to resolve a display issue, and it didn't resolve the issue, you may consider installing an older driver for your graphics card instead.Older drivers may be available online or in a resource CD that came with your computer. For more information about how to find out what graphics card you have in your PC, click here.Once you know the kind of graphics card you have, visit the manufacturer's website to download the latest driver.