just wondering if anyone has had a similar experience and can suggest a fix... i just upgraded to OS 10.2.8 from 10.1 and now my external CD burner (Sony CRX1950U) is giving me an error message when I go to burn a disc through the included burning program (B's Recorder Gold). It's telling me there's no CD-R drive connected. It worked under 10.1 (in Classic, since stupid Sony offers no driver/software for OS X for my burner) and way back when when I was using OS 9. It's always been hooked up the same way, through an external, nonpowered USB hub. I even tried hooking it up directly to one of my G4's USB ports in case the hub was the problem, but that didn't work either. And, of course, I've tried restarting, etc.... Anyone else have a similar problem? Anyone have any suggestions? I also just hooked up a scanner via USB, but if it were some sort of problem with having too many devices going through the nonpowered USB hub, it should've ceased to be a problem when I hooked the burner up directly to my computer, and that's not the case. Any suggestions are very welcome. Thanks-- OK, i just checked classic's apple system profiler and my burner is not even showing up under devices. does anyone know of some sort of problem with 10.2 not recognizing USB devices operating under classic? both of my OS X compatible USB devices (printer, scanner) are showing up in the OS X system profiler. what the heck is going on?