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    Default HELP needed. Problems after DFU mode.

    First of all... sorry for my english.

    I downloaded and installed this file: "IOUSBFamily Log release for Mac OS X 10.5.5 Build 9F33" to make possible the DFU mode on my os (10.5.6).

    Then i rebooted my mac (with my usb external hdd plugged) but at the white screen (the one with the apple in the middle)it has appeared a trasparent screen saying: PLEASE REBOOT.

    Then i tried to reboot with the external hdd UNplugged... and averything's gone well.



    WTF has happened???

    Now every time i plug the external hdd (even while the os is running), the transparent screen appear!



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    Quote Originally Posted by xotakux View Post
    First of all... sorry for my english.

    I downloaded and installed this file: "IOUSBFamily Log release for Mac OS X 10.5.5 Build 9F33" to make possible the DFU mode on my os (10.5.6).

    Then i rebooted my mac (with my usb external hdd plugged) but at the white screen (the one with the apple in the middle)it has appeared a trasparent screen saying: PLEASE REBOOT.

    Then i tried to reboot with the external hdd UNplugged... and averything's gone well.



    WTF has happened???

    Now every time i plug the external hdd (even while the os is running), the transparent screen appear!
    If you use this solution you should have detached all USB devices before applying the patch.
    Get The Combo Updater for 10.5.6 here from Apples server, run it on your Mac and you'll be back at 10.5.6 regular. Detach the external drive and run the patch again. Problem should be solved then.
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    thank you very much. now all work correctly

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    Hi

    Im new here, im 2k!

    did the IOUSBFamily DFU mode trick rebooted my imac with mouse and keyboard still plugged in and now i cant use my mouse or my keyboard! i dont know what to do!

    when my imac boots up it gets to the enter password bit but i cant move the cursor because my imac dosnt detect the keyboard or mouse!
    Last edited by reilly2k; 04-22-2009 at 08:50 AM.

 

 

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