[DogParkList] MacMemoriesManager 3.3: Radio Not Found

Rick Prather rprather at mac.com
Wed Mar 19 11:24:10 EDT 2008


My Mac also reports in System Profiler that it is a "USA-19H" but the
unit says "USA-19HS" on it.

Works fine.

It is also normal for it to list both:


> [KeySerial1]

> [USA19H1d1P1.1]

You can select either one.

Rick - K6LE

On Mar 19, 2008, at 1:03 AM, Jamie Roche wrote:

> Hi Michael,


> On 18 Mar 2008, at 16:50, Michael Blake wrote:

>> Yes. You need to install the Keyspan drivers for the Mac before it

>> will show up as a serial device. You will wind up with a "Keyspan

>> Serial Assistant.app" in your applications folder.


> OK thanks. Now installed, but I'm none the wiser with this

> software. It just lists two extra ports:


> [KeySerial1]

> [USA19H1d1P1.1]


> But if I open the debug panel, the "SetDebug", "events" and "Get

> Status" buttons are greyed out.


> There's also a slight anomaly in that the Keyspan P/N is USA-19HS,

> yet both the Mac System Profiler & Keyspan Serial Assistant report

> it as being USA-19H which isn't a listed P/N on the keyspan site, so

> I just hope it's correctly identified.


> Best Regards,

> Jamie M3GBG

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