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  1. USB 3.0 OSX Support By Caldigit

    Have a look here. It seems the Lacie is looking for Lacie devices to connect to only, this is from someone testing it on a mac: http://blog.fosketts.net/2010/11/05/lacie-...roubleshooting/ It is checking for device/vendor id somewhere.
  2. USB 3.0 OSX Support By Caldigit

    I don 't have any trouble mounting usb 2.0 devices. USB drive mounts fine. I can't get it to draw more power than 500mA, even with a tv tuner attached.
  3. USB 3.0 OSX Support By Caldigit

    Thanks for the screenshots! Hopefully someone out there has a USB 3 device to definitely make sure it works and can let us know the kind of speeds they get using it.
  4. USB 3.0 OSX Support By Caldigit

    Lacie don't say exactly which chip it is, but they say: LaCie USB 3.0 PCI ExpressCard main features Add two USB 3.0 ports to your computer. The fastest technology available on the market (up to 5Gb/s). NEC component for the highest level of performance and compatibility. Backward compatible with USB 2.0 devices So it is NEC.
  5. USB 3.0 OSX Support By Caldigit

    Lacie have released a USB 3.0 driver for OSX. I have installed it ok on my hackintosh (Gigabyte x58-UDR3 v2.0) board and it comes up in system profiler as a 'USB Super speed Bus' (See the attachment). The downer is I haven't got a USB 3.0 device to test it out. You can get the driver from this link on the Lacie site: http://www.lacie.com/more/index.htm?id=10112 Read the instructions and you can see the download link. Can someone test it out?
  6. USB3 on Mac?

    Lacie have released a USB 3.0 driver for OSX. I have installed it ok on my hackintosh (Gigabyte x58-UDR3 v2.0) board and it comes up in system profiler as a 'USB Super speed Bus' (See the attachment). The downer is I haven't got a USB 3.0 device to test it out. You can get the driver from this link on the Lacie site: http://www.lacie.com/more/index.htm?id=10112 Read the instructions and you can see the download link. Can someone test it out?
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