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  • January 02, 2016 00:44
    Shai Yammanee
    Change in reply by Shai Yammanee to Hi, <br /><br /> Unfortunately, I'm not sure what else to do to help. <br /> I did upgrade to El Capitan from Yosemite, so I wonder if there were drivers that came along with it. <br /><br /> Sorry I couldn't be more help. <br /> I hope you get it working. <br /><br /> All the best <br /> Shai.
  • December 18, 2015 21:05
    Shai Yammanee
    Change in reply by Shai Yammanee to Hi Johan, <br /><br /> I hope this work-around is successful for you. <br /><br /> It is a shame that this product is coming close to end of life. <br /> But, it is hard to find any devices that still use FireWire nowadays. Especially FireWire 400. I'm not looking forward to the day I upgrade my computer, as I am going to have to rethink my entire rig. <br /> That, or buy a bunch of adapters, or hubs, to get me through. <br /><br /> I don't blame the developers for not supporting it any more. It is just getting a bit long in the tooth. <br /> It is just a pity that such a good piece of kit is becoming outdated. <br /><br /> The SIP is a security measure that Apple has put in to El Capitan. <br /> For most users it won't be an issue, and a great security boost for them. <br /> Unfortunately, we are the small percentage that gets affected. <br /><br /> I hope this work-around is good for you. <br /><br /> All the best..
  • December 15, 2015 21:25
    Shai Yammanee
    Change in reply by Shai Yammanee to Hi Curtis,<br /><br />I'm really glad that it works for you. It is a shame that such good equipment is coming so close to the end of it's life. <br /><br /> Concerning the disabling of the SIP.<br /> It does lower the level of security at the root level.<br />It is possible to turn it on and off whenever you need to.<br />A little inconvenient, but possible if necessary.<br /><br />I monitor the traffic on my computer using "little snitch", and only give network/internet access to processes that I trust.<br />It can get a little annoying to give permission to traffic one by one, but it gives another level of protection.<br />Something that can be helpful, now I'm disabling this new safety feature in El Capitan<br /><br />Here is a description that is more in depth from Wikipedia.<br /><a href="https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Integrity_Protection" rel="nofollow">https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syste...</a><br /><br />All the best..
  • December 15, 2015 21:25
    Shai Yammanee
    Change in reply by Shai Yammanee to Hi Curtis,<br /><br />I'm really glad that it works for you. It is a shame that such good equipment is coming so close to the end if it's life. Concerning the disabling of the SIP. It does lower the level of security at the root level.<br />It is possible to turn it on and off whenever you need to.<br />A little inconvenient, but possible if necessary.<br /><br />I monitor the traffic on my computer using "little snitch", and only give network/internet access to processes that I trust.<br />It can get a little annoying to give permission to traffic one by one, but it gives another level of protection.<br />Something that can be helpful, now I'm disabling \ this new safety feature in El Capitan<br /><br />Here is a description that is more in depth from Wikipedia.<br /><a href="https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Integrity_Protection" rel="nofollow">https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syste...</a><br /><br />All the best..
  • December 15, 2015 21:21
    Shai Yammanee
    Change in reply by Shai Yammanee to Hi Curtis,<br /><br /> It does lower the level of security at the root level.<br />It is possible to turn it on and off whenever you need to.<br />A little inconvenient, but possible if necessary.<br /><br />I monitor the traffic on my computer using "little snitch", and only give network/internet access to processes that I trust.<br />It can get a little annoying to give permission to traffic one by one, but it gives another level of protection.<br />Something that can be helpful, now I'm disabling this new safety feature in El Capitan<br /><br />Here is a description that is more in depth from Wikipedia.<br /><a href="https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Integrity_Protection" rel="nofollow">https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syste...</a><br /><br />All the best..
  • December 15, 2015 21:21
    Shai Yammanee
    Change in reply by Shai Yammanee to Hi Curtis, It does lower the level of security at the root level.<br /> It is possible to turn it on and off whenever you need to.<br /> A little inconvenient, but possible if necessary.<br /><br /> I monitor the traffic on my computer using "little snitch", and only give network/internet access to processes that I trust.<br /> It can get a little annoying to give permission to traffic one by one, but it gives another level of protection.<br /> Something that can be helpful now I'm disabling this new safety feature in El Capitan<br /><br /> Here is a description that is more in depth from Wikipedia.<br /> <a href="https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Integrity_Protection" rel="nofollow">https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syste...</a><br /><br /> All the best..

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