Lacie USB3.0 driver = com.apple.driver.Lacie_RemoteComms?

Discussion in 'OS X Mountain Lion (10.8)' started by MacRumoren, Jul 21, 2012.

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    OS generated a crash report today, and in that, I noticed a line referring to "kext com.apple.driver.Lacie_RemoteComms".

    Not sure exactly what this is, but I suspect it's the Lacie USB3.0 driver that was installed earlier when using Lacie USB3.0 external drives under Lion. But now that ML has native USB 3.0 support, I no longer need the Lacie drivers.

    I already uninstalled the Lacie USB3.0 driver using its own uninstaller, but how come the above kext still remains? Is it really referring to the USB3.0 driver? I can't find anything via google. Is it safe to delete without causing major troubles to the OS?
     

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