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Iogear Driver For Mac Os X

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I had a situation recently where I needed a non-standard baud rate serial port interface. The only way that I know of do to this is to use a USB-to-serial convertor with the FTDI chipset in it and OS 10.4 (10.0 - 10.3 does not support non-standard baud rates). The prolific chipset found in most USB serial convertors only supports standard baud rates.

Mybatis batch insert with generated key. The Prolific USB-serial driver is very poor quality. It consumes way too many clock cycles when heavy transfers are in progress, and it will cause a kernel panic if software attempts to select an unsupported baud rate.

I had many problems with the drivers that shipped with the adapter, but I haven't had any problems with these drivers.

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No name USB to Serial cables often use the Prolific chip, but they also sometimes use the Silicon Labs CP2101; namely my T610 USB data cable. Sadly Silicon Labs doesn't give their drivers for download. But I have put up a guide (and instruction for obtaining the drivers) on my page:
Getting no name usb to serial adaptors to work on Mac OS X.

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Hi All, If you CHANGE the Product & Vendor ID, the driver will then only work with the new product. What you Should Do, is simply ADD a a new DICT for the new product, like this:

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Should the last line of your code be:
<key>0557_2008</key>
and not:
<key>0557_2000</key>
to match the original key?

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I've been successfully using these drivers in Tiger since version 1.09b6. Haven't had stability problems as have been mentioned, but I only use it for low-throughput serial connections.
In addition, these drivers allow me to run Virtual PC, install drivers on the PC and OS X side and have a working serial port for the emulated Windows environment.
This kept me from purchasing a PC for my Windows-only ODB II software. For those that don't know, this is software for connecting a computer to a car and reading troubleshooting diagnostic codes and acquiring real-time engine sensor data..saves lots of money on trips to the dealer!
The cable I use was purchased from RAM Electronics. http://www.ramelectronics.net/html/usb_serial.htm

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Oh, and I should mention the drivers work 'out-of-the-box' for the adapter that I bought. No plist tweaking necessary. Not a bad deal for $22.

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Cool on using VirtualPC to talk OBD-II. I'm able to talk to an ECM at 8192 baud OBD-I natively on my iMac inside a Xcode project. (using an FTDI based serial convertor)

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Anyone know of a good vt100 emulator that will support these. I have not found anything to do vt100 emulation using a serial port.
Dale

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You can try ZTerm ($15 shareware) and minicom (free from darwinports/fink)

Is there anything else that you need to do to enable/setup the USB port-as-serial port??
I see the 'USB device' in the Profiler, and made the product and vendor Id edits to the latest Prolific PL2303 driver (v 1.1). I've unloaded and loaded the .kext file and plugged in the USB cable, but don't get any indicator of activity (the cable LED isn't on) and my application fails to see a serial port.
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Hey gang! First of all I am new to this Forum. I am a new Mac Intel user and I came accross this forum about getting the USB-to-Serial adapter to work with OS X.
I have a new Intel Core Duo Macbook 2.0 with OS X 10.4.5 installed. I can not for the likes of me get this GUC232A adapter to work. I know this is a new beast but I welcome any sugestions to get this to work. Here is a brief summary of what I do believe t be working.
1.) System Profilter > USB detects USB-Serial Controller (Version 3, Manufacture - Prolific Technology Inc. Product ID- 0x2008 Vendor ID 0x0557
If install drivers and then try to load kext I get the following.
************** 26com_prolific_driver_PL2303 is not compatible with its superclass, 18IOSerialDriverSync superclass changed? kextload: a link/load error occured for kernel extension /System/Library/Extensions/ProlificUsbSerial.kext load failed for extension /System/Library/Extensions/ProlificUsbSerial.kext (run kextload with -t for diagnostic output) **************
If I use the mentioed -t option
************** kernel extension /System/Library/Extensions/ProlificUsbSerial.kext has problems: Validation failures { 'Executable file doesn't contain kernel extension code' = true } **************
I have tried the driver: PL2303_1.0.8.pkg and PL2303_1.1.0b1.dmg
Neither work.
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same problem here, also on macbookpro. was anyone able to fix this problem?

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I tried installing the drivers on a MacBook Pro and it caused the hang on reboot. It wouldn't get past the gray screen. It was pretty terrifying for a while.
Luckily, I had another mac to mount the MBP (via Target-disk mode). I was able to find the offending KEXT and delete it. Boots fine after that. Whew! If I didn't have another mac to do this with, I'd really be hosed.

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i got the same exact problem as above with the SLAB_USBtoUART.kext
i'm using a CP2101 chip with intel MAC Mini 1.5 SOLO - MACOSX 10.4

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I finally got this working. There's a new prolific driver available, not to mention a universal binary of minicom. The complete instructions are over at www.ciscoblog.com

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Iogear Driver Windows 10

I found that in 'Change Kernel Extension Property List' step 4., the GUC232A was listed as 'Composite Device,' not 'USB-Serial Controller.' If you unplug and re-plug your converter, pressing Command-R (Refresh Information) each time, you should be able to see the corresponding entry disappear and appear.
Also, in step 10., to avoid confusion, the plist file properties are 'idProduct' and 'idVendor.'
Finally, in 'Reload Kernel Extension' step 2., the command as posted failed complaining of '(libkern/kext) not found.'
The following command worked for me (omitted the Contents/Info.plist at the end):
sudo kextload /System/Library/Extensions/
ProlificUsbSerial.kext/