2.9 Freeze on OSX

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at comcast.net
Wed Apr 16 15:01:28 EDT 2008


Mark,

I also suspected USBOverdrive and now I have narrowed down the iKey  
and Xkeys as contributing factors. Since both of these are used for I/ 
O - USB - Serial connections that might be a factor since the save  
checks I/O devices and since some devices are connected over USB. I  
don't know but right now with both USBOverdrive and iKeys uninstalled  
and removed from my Login Items I have not had a crash for the first  
time since 2.9 came out.

I will keep testing over the next few days to see if this is indeed  
where the problem lies.

Thanks for hanging in there and your feedback.

Tom McGrath

P.S. Tell Hans he is not alone. :-)


On Apr 16, 2008, at 2:10 PM, Mark Talluto wrote:

>
> On Apr 16, 2008, at 9:39 AM, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
>> From Memory I can remember these were in the Login folder:
>> iStat (some plugin - although I had deleted the preference pane for  
>> this)
>> USBOverdrive
>> EyeTV (some plugin - deleted the app before)
>> xKeys (some plugin - deleted the app before)
>>
>> These apps were installed previously and I un-installed them:
>> Google Desktop
>> DivX
>> iStat Menus
>> Version Cue CS3
>> Wacom Tablet
>> XKeys
>
>
> Very interesting list Thomas.  Hans took out USBOverdrive from his  
> login items.  He has been saving a lot since to test it out.  No  
> crashes yet!  He will run like this for another few days and see how  
> it goes.  I do not have USBOverdrive in my login items and have  
> never seen this before.  This may be it.  Will post again later.
>
>
> Mark Talluto
> http://www.canelasoftware.com
>




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