EDIT: Well, I solved the problem on my own. Turns out the issue wasn't with my Mac, it was with the Blackberry - or at least the BB software. I uninstalled PocketMac and Missing Sync for Blackberry, then reinstalled just Missing Sync, and so far (fingers crossed!) no problems! Danilo Gentili Volume 1 Avi Download. I've sync'd a couple of times without issue. Thought I'd post an update in case others were having the same problem.
Ok, I have seen the blackberry work on XP at 212kbps and I need this on my mac. I have tried almost everything and just wonder if anyone knows any. Use the following steps for reloading the BlackBerry powered by Android OS: Install the USB drivers for the BlackBerry smartphone powered by Android. Take a look at our full rundown of how to reinstall the OS on your BlackBerry Priv, DTEK50 or DTEK60. Verify BlackBerry USB Driver is listed; Mac OS X.
Rob Using Tiger, I installed Bootcamp 1.4. I then installed XP. Ever since then, OSX no longer sees my USB ports as 'powered'. I have a Blackberry, and when I plug it in, it says 'this USB port is unable to power your unit.'
As a result, I can't get it to sync with PocketMac or MissingSync. Afatech Af9035 Windows 7 Driver more. The only way to resolve it is to open VM Fusion, boot up the XP drive, plug in the Blackberry to the USB port, THEN shut down XP and Fusion. If I do all of that, my USB ports will work in OSX and I can sync the Blackberry!!
I tried removing the XP drive (using Bootcamp) and I have the same problem. Had to reinstall XP to get the Blackberry to work. I had hoped that installing Leopard would solve the problem, but no luck. Since I had removed the XP partition before installing Leopard, I now can't even get the USB to work under XP. I have tried resetting PRAM and Power settings (removing the battery & AC and holding down power button for 5 seconds), but no luck. Is there a simple way to reinstall just the USB drivers on a MacBook?