MAC OS X UNINSTALL FTDI DRIVER DOWNLOAD
I guess it was just a conflict between those two drivers. I got down this path after seeing this message in install log: The kext is located here: Run EtreCheck and post the results in a reply here. I don’t have it in front of me to check, but a well written driver should have an uninstall option in the installer itself. When I try to run the software, I get an error message saying that
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macos – How to release/reset serial port FTDI devices – Mac OSX – Super User
Garrett Johnson 81 1 1. I then moved it to the trash, restarted and ran etra, and it was still there.
Gtdi profile for user: Put it on you Desktop ftdo restart. Mac Users Board Search In. If you do, drag it to yoru Desktop you may have to enter an admin password and then reboot without it.
Perhaps there’s another one causing issues. Really though, you should just be able to install the new drivers without removing the old ones without any ill affects If it’s not there, you the free EasyFind from the App Store and do a search for “ftdi” to see if you can find the extension.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Post as a guest Name. I do not know the admin password, and the volume directory is hidden.
This answer still works in Email Required, but never shown. Following is the ETRA report if that helps? I went to the Apple store and they did it for me. Thanks robertklep, uinnstall worked for me!
Answer from codebender itself here: Use kextstat to determine if loaded, kextunload to unload if the driver is. Yes, it was fund straight away. When I try to run the software, I get an error message saying that I guess it was just a conflict between those two drivers.
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Are they the FTDI drivers? It works on an iMac for Jewelbots as well.
Posted August 19, Uinstall can not delete this with oput the password? Also, there is no “Applications” folder on the desk top either?