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cguerrero 12-27-2017 08:38 AM

Mbox2 pro macOS High Sierra
 
Today I connected my mbox 2 pro and worked in macOS High Sierra.

I am so happy that i don´t have to buy another interface, I liked mine a lot.

So today is big day, merry Christmas to all of you embox2 pro users:-)

Top Jimmy 12-27-2017 12:27 PM

Re: Mbox2 pro macOS High Sierra
 
Thanks for the positive report. [emoji106]


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thesquack 01-03-2018 06:05 AM

Re: Mbox2 pro macOS High Sierra
 
cguerrero, I also have an Mbox2 Pro and High Sierra but mine is not working. How did you get yours to work? Anything special?

Thank you.

mickelini 01-07-2018 02:36 PM

Re: Mbox2 pro macOS High Sierra
 
I'd also like to know.

Apollinaire 05-07-2018 12:02 PM

Re: Mbox2 pro macOS High Sierra
 
I am not OP, but I received a used Mbox 2 Pro today and managed to get it running on macOS 10.13.4 High Sierra. I will describe what I did in order to get it working:

First, I plugged in the Mbox 2 Pro and then installed the Legacy 10.3.3 driver. During installation, there was a security alert saying that I needed to approve the driver in System Preferences > Security & Privacy. I opened it and pressed the button that appeared there to approve the driver. The installation continued after a couple of minutes, and then the system restarted.
Now, this is where I was briefly disappointed: the Mbox 2 Pro appeared in System Report under Firewire, but it did not appear in the Preferences panel, nor MIDI Audio Setup.

I figured that perhaps because I plugged it in before driver installation, or that perhaps because of the security interruption during installation, these actions may have caused an issue. So I did the following:

1. Unplugged the Mbox 2 Pro from Firewire.
2. Deleted the Digidesign Mbox 2 Pro preference pane from System Preferences (right-click to delete).
3. Ran the Mbox 2 Pro 10.3.3 driver disc image and re-installed the drivers. System Preferences did not interrupt with a security request this time.
4. Once the installer restarted the MacBook Pro, I plugged in the Mbox 2 Pro right when it went dark, before the startup chime.
5. Mbox 2 Pro lights came on, it appeared in Audio MIDI Setup and I was able to configure to 24/96. Working beautifully!

I hope this helps you with issues. I am very happy I worked it out because I won my Mbox 2 Pro in an auction for 99˘.


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