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Downgrade the 10.2.5 USB drivers to end kernel panics
Authored by: zookie on May 02, '03 08:49:54PM

Thank you! (and to the person who did the Installer).

It was interesting because I had saw this article earlier today. I hadn't any kernel attack (GUI dims showing four languages dialog box) until an hour ago. It happened about 15 minutes after I had used the scanner. Scanner was giving me hard time (saying it is not connected when it is connected, had to repeatly plug/unplug it to get a document scanned and out of the way).

Remembering this article fresh on my mind, I went straight to this article after I restarted (of course, I unplugged the HUB first).

All seems to be fine now. I do noticed the 7th LED green light dims then normal periodically? (Belkin 7-port USB HUB, 4-tier)


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Downgrade the 10.2.5 USB drivers to end kernel panics
Authored by: noblee on May 03, '03 12:27:50AM

I do wonder about this. You see, I have a Belkin USB 4-port
hub with 4 USB devices attached running on 10.2.5 and I have
not ever had a kernel panic ever and I installed 10.2.5 the day it
was released. I have to wonder what configuration(s) cause(s)


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