Not having this cable, I haven’t tested these instructions. I had many problems with the drivers that shipped with the adapter, but I haven’t had any problems with these drivers. I’ve unloaded and loaded the. It was pretty terrifying for a while. I finally got this working.
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If I didn’t have another mac to do this with, I’d really be hosed. DaveOrZach on Jan 10, ’06 I can not for the likes of me get this GUCA adapter to work.
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Use the Calculator to convert the numbers. Click here to return to the ‘ News from Macworld Lyft for Work challenges Uber for Business in the battle for corporate gyc232a Let the right one in: For those that don’t know, this is software for connecting a computer to a car and reading troubleshooting diagnostic codes and acquiring real-time engine sensor data Sadly Silicon Labs doesn’t give their drivers for download.
This is necessary; the ProlificUsbSerial kernel extension is owned by root.
Haven’t had stability problems as have been mentioned, but I only use it for low-throughput serial connections. I’ve been successfully using these drivers in Tiger since version 1. Here is a brief summary of what I do believe t be working.
Also, in step Created this page in 0. The Prolific USB-serial driver is very poor quality.
I had a situation recently where I needed a non-standard baud rate serial port interface. It was pretty terrifying for a while.
The ultimate guide to better selfies Changes coming to Twitter: I tried installing the drivers on a MacBook Pro and it caused the hang on reboot. Boots fine after that.
USB to Serial RS-232 Adapter
It consumes way too many clock cycles when heavy transfers are in progress, and it will cause a kernel panic if software attempts to select an unsupported baud rate. No plist tweaking necessary. The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. I know this is a new beast but I welcome any sugestions to get this to work. Make your gloves touchscreen friendly Apple?