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  1. Hello everyone, I have a Hackintosh running Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 and when I plug in any USB devices to the USB 3.0 port on my NEC uPD720200 PCI board, the devices are not recognised by the system. Nothing happens, BUT if I restart the system with the device plugged in, it appears on my Desktop and I can access it perfectly. Any ideas on how to solve this issue? Thank you for your time and help. Best regards! Motherboard Gigabyte G41MT-S2P F3 Intel Core 2 Duo 8 GB of RAM nVidia GeForce 9500GT NEC uPD720200 USB 3.0 PCI board Two Samsung SATA HDs 500 GB each Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 original from AppStore
  2. Hi, I have a problem with my usb with Yosemite Open Beta 1, I try MB{censored} USB 3.0 fix but didn't work. Only one port (2.0) work, others ports I have power but devices don't work. PS: With Maverick MB{censored} USB 3.0 fix work. PS: I have 2 usb ports' 2.0 and 2 usb ports' 3.0. Thank you.
  3. i tried MB{censored} and iatkos installing usb stuff and usbfix in chameleon and also there was 2 other way that i tried but nothing worked computer is freezing if i put sth to usb 3 ports
  4. Hello I have DELL OPTIPLEX 755 TOWER working with iATKOS ML 2...very nice work perfectly .... I just wanna ask .... does it matter what is a chipset of the pci express card. Does My hackintosh recognize the USB 3 like USB 3 ????? How I can understand what is a usb 3 in apple that they us?? check this > 5.0GBPS High Speed USB 3.0/2.0 PCI-E PCIE 4 PORTS Express Expansion Card Adapter | eBay]check this
  5. I wasn't sure where to put this - as I know that most of the forum deals with x86 applications - but I figured, heck this is hardware mod - if anyone know the systems its the users of this forum. I post part of this in the kext premium area as well - if anyone can solve it. - Personwho helps solve this problems – will be mailed a USB 3.0 PCI Sonnet Card – Card in Question: SonnetAllegro USB 3.0 PCIe Problem: I have a Lacie USB 3.0 External HardDrive. I have a Power Macintosh G52.5 Ghz Quad Core Computer with several extra PCI Express slots. I purchased a USB 3.0 card slot hoping that it would be able to run on 10.5.8. Now I know the site says that it only supports 10.6 and later, but I chose this PCIe card for a special reason. After downloading the drivers from Lacie, CalDigit, etc. –the achieve extract of the content package was a .kext file that was Universal not Intel – this gave me hope that with some adjustment the PowerPC platform would be able to operate this PCIe card. I attempted to modify several .kext files to make the card be recognized, but to no success. I see that the USB 3.0 card from Lacie has been patched by Modbin - but when installed on PowerPC it does not work. Though I do not have the exact Lacie 3.0 card the Sonnet uses the same chipset (maybe new revision though). If anyone has ideas about this problem / possible solutions the many PowerPC users who still have great last generation computers would appreciate it...we don't have a forum of our own. Thanks in advance for any input.
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