[chirp_users] I had a driver, then I lost it. (Mac OS issue)

mike-2007 at elp.rr.com mike-2007 at elp.rr.com
Thu Jul 26 05:38:27 PDT 2018


My only suggestion, get a known good OEM cable, and never worry about the driver or an update again.  But that's just me.  Others seem to enjoy the challenge, I just want it to work when I need it.

Vy73 – Mike – KD5KC
El Paso, Texas – DM61rt



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Subject: [chirp_users] I had a driver, then I lost it. (Mac OS issue)

I had installed the driver for a USB cable from Valley Enterprise for my Yaesu FT-60. Three installs and it (Mac) finally recognized the driver and cable. That was six months back.
I acquired another cable for my Yaesu FT-29 2m radio. I must have got an OS update (High Sierra OS, version 10.13.6) that I cannot call up the drivers for either one (it should be only one driver upgrade). I haven’t even got to the part of trying to get Chirp to frustrate me!
I know there are folks out there that have more computer smarts than I, especially when it comes to Mac. Anyone have any ideas, short of becoming a programmer?
Thanks.

Tip
N9MVX
Mascoutah, IL
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