SVA Architects Posted January 14, 2019 Share Posted January 14, 2019 (edited) 4 hours ago, rjtiedeman said: I updated my drivers to the latest 3Dconnection drivers (10.6.1) it didn't help. The paring still fails on restart. I have plugged the receiver into every USB socket on the Imac Pro and also the connected to the USB3 ports on the Caldigit TS3Plus-US20-SG Thunderbolt 3 docking station. The problem is the same. However my 2010 Mac Pro USB-2 connection works fine. I was wondering if the problem is that the new USB 3 ports and the 3DConnection Universal Receiver has a problem with USB 3 ports in general. I have even removed and re-installed the software twice after found that the 3Dconnection Helper was listed 3 times in login items/users & groups. I have also been on the phone with 3Dconection tech 3 time on Friday with no solution. Since my new IMac Pro is only 1 week old I am going to call Apple tech support in the morning to see if they can shed some light on the (nuisance) problem since it is only on my new Imac not the old one. As I said before, Mojave has put many developers in a ‘spin’. It is a ‘fundamentally’ different OS. I desperately need a new Mac but dont want to downgrade the OS it will come with. Much as I hate MS Windows, I am trialling VW on an old i7/Quadro Dell Precision laptop I keep for certain Windows tasks. It takes ages to start up but once running at least it does not spin and crash. At this time I no longer know what else to do for the first time in 20 years. I would say the the Mojave/Mac situation is in crisis for CAD users. I hope someone at Apple is listening and working very hard. Dell, HP and Autodesk must be feeling very happy right now and waiting for switchers to call. I started with Minicad over 20 years ago due to the Apple option. If I switch I may not stay with VW. The stats show there still more VW Windows crashes than OSX ones. I may be small fry but so are the other 50% of Apple VW users. It all adds up. I will give it three more months... Edited January 14, 2019 by SVA Architects 1 Quote Link to comment
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