I was thinking no, but I've just realised that my M-Audio Projectmix I/O (a firewire audio interface/control surface) has stopped working recently. I had put this down to the unit being simply bust, but this has made me think. I'll have to go back and look at the timings of when I installed 10.4.7 and when the thing stopped working.dance said:
Nope, none at all. External HD's (FW800) and iPod (FW400) work just fine.dance said:
Yes this is the same issue as me. I spoke to M-Audio and they said Apple have "broken" something on the 10.4.7 release and hopefully will be fixed for .8! Seems a bit shoddy but hey said exactly the same thing happended on the 10.3.7 release?!?! Very annoying as I can't use my new mac pro until this is fixed sob...Kernow said:I was thinking no, but I've just realised that my M-Audio Projectmix I/O (a firewire audio interface/control surface)
I thought it was just me or my firewire external hd acting up! My Elements, Preview, and iPhoto started crashing after 10.4.7 update; I've upgraded ram to 1 gig recently to solve it, but haven't really had time to test...PatrickF said:I have lots of applications that are randomly crashing with kernel exceptions. This never happened with 10.4.5 or 10.4.6.
Umm, yeah, tons of people have. In fact, it was front page newsdance said:v10.4.8 is out - great!
I'm at work so I'm going to try the FW connection tonight, hopefully its been fixed. Anyone tried it already?