2.9 Freeze on OSX

Luis luis at anachreon.co.uk
Wed Apr 16 18:38:16 EDT 2008


Normally OS X will prevent 'badly behaved' drivers (have noted USB 
drivers specifically) from loading into the system, especially so on OS 
X 10.5. Having them then 'forced into being' as startup items is asking 
them to load up again.
Note that some apps have to make specific changes to be OS X 10.5 
friendly (I have seen this with TechTool) and not just drivers, so check 
for updates.

Cheers,

Luis.



Thomas McGrath III wrote:
> 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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