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  • Tiger and Xenarc, is anyone running this without problems

    I have Tiger running on my mini and I have a Xenarx 800tsv screen with the latest drivers (700 / 1040 Series Touchscreen Driver V.3.2.2) from the Xenarc site. My mini constantly crashes and the panic.log seems to point at the Xenarc touchscreen drivers. It looks like these drivers with Tiger may be a problem. I was wondering if anyone else is running this combination Tiger/(700 / 1040 Series Touchscreen Driver V.3.2.2) with success.
    2003 Dodge Ram 1500
    Mac Mini
    Xenarc 800TSV

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    Originally posted by rgreen103
    I have Tiger running on my mini and I have a Xenarx 800tsv screen with the latest drivers (700 / 1040 Series Touchscreen Driver V.3.2.2) from the Xenarc site. My mini constantly crashes and the panic.log seems to point at the Xenarc touchscreen drivers. It looks like these drivers with Tiger may be a problem. I was wondering if anyone else is running this combination Tiger/(700 / 1040 Series Touchscreen Driver V.3.2.2) with success.
    I'm using this combination (except my screen is the 700TSV) on my powerbook but I've only tested it a couple of times for very short periods and had no problems with it

    Rob.

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    • #3
      Tiger is giving all our cpus at work hell. It seems to have something to do with indexing the HD and Spotlight. We are getting fatal error crashes left and right. I do not recommend anyone using tiger at this point. Seems to have alot of bugs.

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      • #4
        I'm using the 700tsv with tiger and it worked until I changed the refresh rate to 56 hertz so now I need to f around with it until I can fix it but it did work fine for me.
        My Mac Jeep

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        • #5
          Well if I unplug the Xenarc usb cable the mini Mac runs without any kernel panics. If I plug it back in I get a kernel panic with in minutes. I think I am going to go back to Panther and see if my theory of the Xenarc drivers not working with Tiger on my mini Mac is correct.
          2003 Dodge Ram 1500
          Mac Mini
          Xenarc 800TSV

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rgreen103
            Well if I unplug the Xenarc usb cable the mini Mac runs without any kernel panics. If I plug it back in I get a kernel panic with in minutes. I think I am going to go back to Panther and see if my theory of the Xenarc drivers not working with Tiger on my mini Mac is correct.
            Under Panther, my powerbook would freeze immediately if I unplugged the USB cable, but so far this hasn't happened under Tiger.

            Rob.

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