When you run WinXP operating system on a MAC one uses drivers for
Windows not for a MAC. The problem is that it doesn't mount meaning
that when plugged in it should be recognized and look for drivers.
It is not recognized at all, so something hardware wise with the ADS
unit is not compatible with the hardware in a MAC.
Hope that helps to see what is going on.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "R. Mallin" <mallincam@...> wrote:
> Hi Donald,
> Thank you for sharing with the group. Myself I'm a PC user and
> never read on the package if it worked with a Mac or not. Have you
> their website for a Mac compatible driver?
> Rock M.
> Donald Lulejian wrote:
> >I purchased a ADS VideoXpress USBAV-192 and it works great on my
> >wife's PC laptop, but it won't work on my MacBook Pro laptop
> >WinXp Pro. This USB device doesn't mount, so there is something
> >hardware wise that is not compatible with MACs. I tried it on
> >other MACs and no dice, they never know a device was connected.
> >I posted this so that any of you that are using a MAC machine
> >operating with Windows OS won't face the same problem.