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bedifferent
May 22, 2012, 06:15 PM
Installed a Dynex PCIe eSATA card in my current gen 12-Core Mac Pro running 10.7.4, course it wasn't compatible. I eventually purchased a Newertechnology MAXPower eSATA 6G PCIe card, no drivers needed. However, I've been getting kernel panics associated with the drivers from the Dynex install. I've searched through my kext's and plist(s), trying to find any files that need to be trashed but I have no idea what Dynex installed.

Any help on how to uninstall this mess would be greatly appreciated. Some reason it's listing the Dynex drivers in my "System Information" for the Newertech card and FUBAR'ing my OS. Thanks for any help!

Error log from kernel panic:

A kext releasing a(n) IOSurfaceRoot has corrupted the registry."@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-2050.5.8/libkern/c++/OSObject.cpp:218

UPDATE: Back-tracing install script, was able to safely remove any kexts/plists/launchdaemons, sudo touch'ed extensions and searched for any remaining system files and trashed 'em. PHEW. :)