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Old 04-13-2018, 11:46 AM
SteveGarman SteveGarman is offline
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Default Does HiSierra support PCIE on Mac Pro Tower?

Does HiSierra support PCIE on Mac Pro Tower? I just upgraded my 2012 MacPro tower to 10.13.3. I was running PT 12.8.3 and having disappearing graphics from my PT screen during sessions. Upgrading to Hi Sierra fixed that, but a day later my PCIE card stopped working. I don't know whether that a coincidence or not. At any rate naturally my ext. recording drive and BU recording drive were both on my pcie card so they are not working now. I luckily have OWC drives that have a multitude of inputs so I moved these to my 800 drive sockets on the Mac and they are working again. the question then is: Does 10.13.3 support PCIE cards?
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