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Old 06-24-2020, 05:42 AM
douglavras douglavras is offline
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Default Re: MBox 3 Pro w/ Catalina

I managed to make it work with some workaround:

1- This doesn't work on a fresh install of Catalina.
2- Install Mojave and Mbox Pro 3 drivers
3- Update from Mojave to Catalina
4- It should be working without the control app. If it doesn't work (or stopped working after a while), boot up a Windows (Boot Camp) with Mbox Pro 3 drivers. As soon as the interface starts working again on Windows, reset to MacOS.

It might work copying the Mojave driver files to the same directory on a fresh install of Catalina. But I'm not willing buy a U$ 50 Thunderbolt 2 to Thunderbolt 3 adapter to test that on my MBP.
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