Since the U-Audio forum is less than helpful (with the company taking a Digidesign approach to not attempting to update their drivers until months after the official release) I was wondering if someone here could help:
I have a 2018 MacBook Pro running Catalina b8 and a UAD Arrow. I updated my OS last week, and today plugged in my UAD. I was getting an error where the console wouldn't launch, so I updated to UAD 9101. My device was recognized, because the software notified me that I needed a firmware update, which I proceeded to do. I could not get the console to launch, however, so I attempted an uninstall and reinstall of the software.
After multiple attempts and attempting to delete all plist and cache files, I continued to get the message "driver not installed correctly". Even though System Preferences > Security didn't appear to have anything to "Allow", I started wondering if there was a .kext file which needs to be manually enabled.
I was just curious if anyone here knew what that file might be and where it might be located - or if there's someplace else I should be looking to try and get the system to properly see the device?
I'm in the middle of my first hackintosh (High Sierra) on my ZenBook Pro UX501VW-US71 laptop using the Vanilla Install.
I've tried using different config.plst files and I've gotten the furthest with RehabMan's own (linked here). It hangs at error message IOConsoleUsers: gIOScreenLockState 3, hs 0, bs 0, now 0, sm 0x0.
Can anyone help me figure out what changes to make to the config.plst file for my specific laptop (which is where I assume the problem lies)
Intel Skylake Core i7-6700HQ 2.6 GHz Quadcore
Intel® HD Graphics 530
Nvidia GTX 960M 2G
15.6" Touch IPS 4K Ultra-HD display, 3840 x 2160 resolution
I searched everywhere, but couldn't find tables from one or both of these two macbooks, if someone here has these models, please, could you share the acpi tables with me? I really need them.