OS X 10.7.3 Supplemental Update Fixes Problems with Time Machine Backups
Apple has released a supplemental update to Mac OS X 10.7.3 to address a potential issue with restoring from Time Machine backups.
The update can be found from Software Update via the Apple menu or downloaded directly from Apple. Installing the update does not require a reboot.
Despite being a minor update, it is good maintenance practice to keep Mac OS X software up to date and it’s recommended to download for all OS X Lion users who rely on Time Machine for backing up their Macs.
Seems to be two separate updates. 10.7.3 (11D50) &
10.7.3 (11D50b). Both crashed my volume control in the menu bar. Must reboot at start-up to get it back.
The update takes about 8 seconds to do (literally) so you don’t have any reason not to do it.
Thanks for this! I had issues booting my 27″ with a USB disk for TM plugged in.
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Too bad they still haven’t fixed Launchpad bugs
Launchpad = one big bug
Pretty sure this fixes a permissions issue if you restored from 10.7.3