Updating Lion to 10.7.2 on a PC

Saturday, October 15, 2011

imageApple released the Lion 10.7.2 update on October 12 and it will install smoothly on your computer (assuming that Lion went smoothly).

As always, you should keep some kexts and Multibeast around in case things go sour. If the install fails, install another Lion partition and install the update from the secondary partition.

Now that the details are out of the way, in all likelihood, you shouldn’t need to fix anything. If you added sleepenabler, it is best to remove it.


Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 Combo Update (858 MB)

Once this is done, you can just download and install the 10.7.2 combo update on your fresh Lion system. You can then restart the computer and Lion will work. I haven’t tried the Software Update, but I would assume that since updating it manually went smoothly that Software Update would as well.

If anything breaks – which didn’t happen in my case – you can just run multibeast or kext helper and fix it as you would normally. If you are using a modified kernel, you will need to check to see if one is out and then install it before restarting.

This update updates Safari to 5.1.1 and includes iCloud – a major part in the synchronization system between all of your Macs and iDevices. On the first boot after the install, you will be prompted to set up iCloud.

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