|Feb 7, 2013, 01:47 PM||#1|
How Uninstall tattiebogle drivers ?
I've recently tried to connect my xpander guitar to the macbook pro (running snow leopard 10.6.8) and I've downloaded and installed the tattiebogle latest drivers. It doesn't work: the green light on the guitar keeps blinking and the macbook doesn't recognize the controller.
So I would like to go with this procedure :http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1327396 (it's meant to be done on Lion but I want to give it a try)
When I try to uninstall the drivers using the Untattie the terminal report this message "permission denied". <---How can I work around this problem?
I've tried also to remove manually (with the secure trash cleaning) the single files but when I try to install the 0.8 version as suggest the thread, I get this message (a sort of): impossible to continue the installation, you have already installed a newer version.
Is anyone having the same problem ?
Can you help me to uninstall the drivers for good or better to get the guitar recognized by the macbook?
thanks in advance for every help
|Aug 13, 2013, 10:22 PM||#2|
I'm having the exact same problem, only I'm on lion, not snow leopard. I installed a tattiebogle driver to play castle crashers, but I found out later I had to uninstall the latest version to install 0.08. I can't get rid of it, no matter what i do! If you find a solution, PLEASE tell me.
|Aug 14, 2013, 03:50 AM||#3|
Taken out of the OS X controller thread.
1. To find out what files have previously been installed, paste this in the terminal:
pkgutil --files com.mice.pkg.Xbox360controller
2. Remove the necessary files which should probably be something like this:
6. /Library/Application Support/MICE/360Daemon
3. Tell you mac to forget about previous installer. I had to use this as the installer repeatedly gave me a message saying that a newer installation already existed...
Paste this in the terminal (you will need to key in your mac admin password at some point):
sudo su -
pkgutil --forget com.mice.pkg.Xbox360controller
Don't forget to use the sudo command in the terminal, as that's the admin one giving you permission.
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