When the Mac OS X 10.6.7 update was released last week, in addition to the incompatibilities it caused with NVIDIA’s Quadro 4000 graphics cards, it introduced a major issue to the 2010 MacBook Air 13″ computers: the notebook would just crash whenever it ran iTunes. Nothing would cause the computer to respond except a forced shutdown via the power button. If you’ve been having these crashing problems, or you have the stated MacBook Air and you just want to be safe, you can head here to download the supplemental update from Apple. It’s only 461KB in size, and it requires you to be on Mac OS X 10.6.7 v1.0 (build 10J869) for it to work. If you’ve installed the patch, let us know if it solves the problem for you.
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