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  1. Thank you! The beta you provided to me in the private message is able to discover my AD2 on the MacBookPro13,1!
  2. So far, it works fine on an iMac and a MacBook (also with the USB-C connector, using the Apple-branded USB-A-to-USB-C adapter), but still not working on my MacBook Pro. @attila, can you provide some details on exactly what WaveForms is looking for when it's trying to find the device? That might help me debug this.
  3. Just in case it was a power issue, I dug out a 5V / 4A power supply, verified it was working correctly, and connected it up. Didn't make any difference. So, a variable eliminated.
  4. So, I installed the software on a different Mac (a 2011 27" iMac) running the same OS version, and it works there using the 1.1.0 driver. Interestingly enough, however: | | | | +-o com_digilent_driver_DigilentFtdiDriver <class com_digilent_driver_DigilentFtdiDriver, id 0x100021411, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0, retain 4> | | | | { | | | | "bInterfaceNumber" = 0 | | | | "CFBundleIdentifier" = "com.digilent.driver.DigilentFtdiDriver" | | | | "IOProviderClass" = "IOUSBInterface" | | | | "IO
  5. Hi @attila, I read that post hoping to find a solution, but that doesn't seem to be the problem I'm having. The Security pref pane isn't displaying that warning, and I confirmed in the system log that the driver KEXT is loading (and the code signature trust verification seems to be working): completed: <SecCertificatePathVC certs: <cert(0x7fc37e012e00) s: Developer ID Application: Digilent (3GQCL4AKGN) i: Developer ID Certification Authority>, <cert(0x7fc37e03a600) s: Developer ID Certification Authority i: Apple Root CA>, <cert(0x7fc37e03ae00) s: Apple Root CA i:
  6. I have a brand new AD2 that I'm having trouble getting to work on macOS 10.13.x. WaveForms 2015 reports "No device detected", and the "Find Devices" button also fails to show my AD2. The Mac is a MacBookPro13,1 [MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)], the new type with the USB-C ports, but without the Touch Bar. The AD2 is connected directly to the Mac using the USB cable that came with the AD2, using a pretty generic USB-A-to-USB-C adapter. The device appears on the USB in System Information, and browsing the I/O registry, an instance of the com_digilent_driver_Digilent