Mac OS X 10.4.10 Power Issues and Workarounds

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Date: Monday, July 30th, 2007, 15:31
Category: Software

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A group of users have reported a wide variety of issues since installing Mac OS X 10.4.10. Chief among these concerns is power issues, wherein the system will report that a USB device is drawing too much current.
According to MacFixIt, the issue can be resolved by disconnecting additional USB devices from the same USB bus or adding an externally powered USB hub to the mix to supplement the power.
Others have reported success in downgrading to Mac OS X 10.4.9. For those new to the Mac or nervous about the process, MacFixIt has also posted a full tutorial as to how to back up your data, reinstall Mac OS X and get back to a version of the operating system without this problem.
If you’ve seen this problem or have another idea or workaround, let us know over in the forums.


fruitlogo1.jpg
A group of users have reported a wide variety of issues since installing Mac OS X 10.4.10. Chief among these concerns is power issues, wherein the system will report that a USB device is drawing too much current.
According to MacFixIt, the issue can be resolved by disconnecting additional USB devices from the same USB bus or adding an externally powered USB hub to the mix to supplement the power.
Others have reported success in downgrading to Mac OS X 10.4.9. For those new to the Mac or nervous about the process, MacFixIt has also posted a full tutorial as to how to back up your data, reinstall Mac OS X and get back to a version of the operating system without this problem.
If you’ve seen this problem or have another idea or workaround, let us know over in the forums.

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