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    I got USB to work in 10.5.6 but when i upgraded to 10.5.7 it wont work with anything unless its plugged in at startup. i am using a Toshiba Satilite A505-S6965.

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    BTW im using ideneb, im gonna try to update to ideneb 10.5.8 to see if this fixes the issue. if anyones knos how to kix this tho please help!

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    UPDATE i installed ideneb 10.5.8 it didnt help

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsie2300 View Post
    I got USB to work in 10.5.6 but when i upgraded to 10.5.7 it wont work with anything unless its plugged in at startup. i am using a Toshiba Satilite A505-S6965.

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    You mean your keyboard/mouse plugging or something else?
    USB flash/hdd work?
    What are your chipsets/cpu and kernel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    You mean your keyboard/mouse plugging or something else?
    USB flash/hdd work?
    What are your chipsets/cpu and kernel?
    I mean anything if my usb mouse is not plugged in at startup it will not work if it is plugged in after startup, hdd and usb flash drives do the same.

    Chipset: Intel GM45
    CPU: not sure
    Kernel: i did the SSE3 One On iDeneb Setup 1.4 10.5.6, in system profiler it says
    Kernel Version: Darwin 9.8.0......this may help? im not sure.

    Thanks for the response!


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    Quote Originally Posted by robsie2300 View Post
    I mean anything if my usb mouse is not plugged in at startup it will not work if it is plugged in after startup, hdd and usb flash drives do the same.

    Chipset: Intel GM45
    CPU: not sure
    Kernel: i did the SSE3 One On iDeneb Setup 1.4 10.5.6, in system profiler it says
    Kernel Version: Darwin 9.8.0......this may help? im not sure.

    Thanks for the response!
    Alright.
    Darwin 9.8 is 10.5.8. It's your updated version, 1.4 wouldn't have it.

    There are 2 of those, Vannilla and Voodoo. Since you don't know what CPU you got so it's hard to tell. Leave it there for later.

    There are only several options/fixes that I could think of. So you could start with the easier one first as others are very involved. May have to reinstall OSX to fix it if you run out of options.

    Check your BIOS settings first. Go through it carefully and look at setting under USB. Disable all legacy USB and keyboard/mouse. Suppose to be USB 2.0 so anything is not that should be disable.
    Try that and post your result if you could find any in your BIOS.

    Reboot with -f to force cache rebuilt a couple times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Alright.
    Darwin 9.8 is 10.5.8. It's your updated version, 1.4 wouldn't have it.

    There are 2 of those, Vannilla and Voodoo. Since you don't know what CPU you got so it's hard to tell. Leave it there for later.

    There are only several options/fixes that I could think of. So you could start with the easier one first as others are very involved. May have to reinstall OSX to fix it if you run out of options.

    Check your BIOS settings first. Go through it carefully and look at setting under USB. Disable all legacy USB and keyboard/mouse. Suppose to be USB 2.0 so anything is not that should be disable.
    Try that and post your result if you could find any in your BIOS.

    Reboot with -f to force cache rebuilt a couple times.
    I tried disabling Legacy USB and had no luck. Could this problem be because i did the iDeneb combo update to 10.5.7? because thats when it stopped working.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Alright.
    Darwin 9.8 is 10.5.8. It's your updated version, 1.4 wouldn't have it.

    There are 2 of those, Vannilla and Voodoo. Since you don't know what CPU you got so it's hard to tell. Leave it there for later.

    There are only several options/fixes that I could think of. So you could start with the easier one first as others are very involved. May have to reinstall OSX to fix it if you run out of options.

    Check your BIOS settings first. Go through it carefully and look at setting under USB. Disable all legacy USB and keyboard/mouse. Suppose to be USB 2.0 so anything is not that should be disable.
    Try that and post your result if you could find any in your BIOS.

    Reboot with -f to force cache rebuilt a couple times.
    I just reinstalled iDeneb v1.4 OSX 10.5.6 and installed some driver updates from 10.5.7 ideneb combo update and USB works fine. Its just that i cant update to a newer OSX version without losing USB. any ideas on what could be causing this?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsie2300 View Post
    I just reinstalled iDeneb v1.4 OSX 10.5.6 and installed some driver updates from 10.5.7 ideneb combo update and USB works fine. Its just that i cant update to a newer OSX version without losing USB. any ideas on what could be causing this?

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    That is very good you got it worked out.

    So the problem must be in system/kernel files.
    If you already at 10.5.7 then your kernel should be 9.7. The latest update for it is 9.8 and you may not experience that much difference in term of performance.

    You also could replace the newer kernel but that would result in system mismatch and sometimes there would be more issue then actual benefit.

    If your hardware is compatible, SL would be a bit faster than Leopard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    That is very good you got it worked out.

    So the problem must be in system/kernel files.
    If you already at 10.5.7 then your kernel should be 9.7. The latest update for it is 9.8 and you may not experience that much difference in term of performance.

    You also could replace the newer kernel but that would result in system mismatch and sometimes there would be more issue then actual benefit.

    If your hardware is compatible, SL would be a bit faster than Leopard.
    ok i might try that is there an update disk i can download from the ideneb site?


 

 
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