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Whenever I try to do a software update on OS X Snow Leopard, it gets to the point where it says it needs to restart, goes to the spacey background, and then sits there indefinitely.I've tried booting from the OS install disk and doing permissions and file repairs (which did find and supposedly fix problems), but it still hangs. In the morning I found it had been repeating 100% for hours. I was able to fix this problem by downloading and running the Mac OS X 10.6.8 Update Combo v1.1.
Most of these issues can be solved by patching Apple drivers, or installing custom drivers.CUDA Application Support: In order to run mac OS Applications that leverage the CUDA architecture of certain NVIDIA graphics cards, users will need to download and install a compatible CUDA driver.CUDA driver which supports mac OS Sierra 10.12 will be available at a later date.I did not find any problems, although I had previously run Disk Utility from my OS X install disk and repaired both permissions and files.It sounds like maybe the hard drive could be having trouble. If the smart status says that the hard drive is ok then try running Disk Warrior. I had the same problem once, if your hard drive is badly fragmented it has trouble installing things. Do not run disk utility or Disk Warrior until after you have checked for I/O errors.