Currently Being ModeratedAug 9, 2010 4:21 PM (in response to victorfms)Re: Driver for Toneport kb37 in Snow Leopard 64-bit ???
No. We do not have a 64 bit driver for Mac yet. When we make one available we will post an announcement on the main support page.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 12, 2010 5:50 PM (in response to ricksox)Re: Driver for Toneport kb37 in Snow Leopard 64-bit ???
Do you have a release date for this? Snow Leopard has been out for a year now and you still don't have full support for it. It's getting a bit ridiculous now.
What is the release date of full SL support with 64 bit drivers???
Currently Being ModeratedOct 6, 2010 2:18 PM (in response to nicktrout)Re: Driver for Toneport kb37 in Snow Leopard 64-bit ???
Is this still true?
It was understandable early on, when Snow Leopard was first released.
I think this is the only software/hardware that I have that still requires 32-bit.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 8, 2010 2:07 PM (in response to victorfms)Re: Driver for Toneport kb37 in Snow Leopard 64-bit ???
complete unaware of this 64bit driver problem I bought tha KB37 today assuming it would all work fine on my new macbook pro. I also got unpleasantly surprised by the fact that my mac shuts down as soon as the KB37 was connected. The reseller didn't inform me about this issue and as not intending to take it back. So now i'm stuck with a new KB37 that doesn't work. Actually quite unbelievable, certainly when one reades that this problem is knwn for over a year.....
How difficult can it get building this driver?????
Please make me a happy line6 user again!!
Currently Being ModeratedOct 12, 2010 9:42 AM (in response to petereverts)Re: Driver for Toneport kb37 in Snow Leopard 64-bit ???
I don't want this to go off topic, but Petereverts, you can still run the drivers in 32-bit.
Also, plugging the KB37 in with wrong/incorrect driver loaded should not shut your mac down.
I was under the impression that OSX booted into 32-bit mode by default? If not you can hold down "3" and "2" while booting to force it (or "6" and "4" to force 64-bit mode).
I'm just disappointed that I (still) need to start my mac in 32-bit for one piece of hardware...
Line 6 is an excellent value, but there's alot of great competition out there...