Maybe your Gdal Tools Settings changed, and QGIS can't find GDAL.  This can 
happen when the major GDAL version changes - it doesn't update the paths for 
you in the Gdal Tools Settings.

In a clean install, QGIS has default settings that will work.  You can either 
delete ~/Library/Preferences/org.qgis.qgis2.plist, which will zap ALL your QGIS 
preferences, or open the Gdal Tools Settings and delete all the Gdal paths, 
then restart QGIS.

> On Aug 24, 2016, at 2:51 PM, Clifford Snow <> wrote:
> Agustin,
> Thanks for the screen shots. Mine is the same except that I'm running 1.11.4 
> version of OGR. There doesn't seem to be any settings option that would cause 
> some of the raster options to be missing. 
> I feel like I'm missing something obvious.
> Thanks for the help. I may just reinstall.
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