Tascam DM 4800 and IF-FW/DMMKII Firewire Card Won't Work With High Sierra

Discussion in 'TASCAM DM-3200 & DM-4800' started by Glen Pace, Sep 12, 2018.

  1. Glen Pace

    Glen Pace New Member

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    Is There anyone out there that has been able to Get the Console and the iMac with High Sierra
    to work together. We have tried everything including the new Drivers from 2014 which said
    Mac OS 10.10 or higher.
  2. Arjan P

    Arjan P Well-Known Member

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  3. Marvel

    Marvel Member

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    All is well here indeed, on a Mac Pro 2010. Your mileage may vary as there are some with less luck, even on the latest MacBook Pro.
  4. Tachoir

    Tachoir New Member

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    I'm having no issues with High Sierra and the DM4800 running Logic. Smooth as can be.
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  5. Clinter

    Clinter New Member

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    If we are keeping a tally...High Sierra not working for me. Simply not recognized as an audio device by the system.
  6. Olietyven

    Olietyven New Member

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    Upgraded to Mojave today, and have found no issues with my dm4800 and dm-fw/mkII
    Be aware that these firewire cards are very sensitive. Don't ever plug them in while the gear is on. Had mine repaired twice. The Computer will tell you that there is no device connected, even if the Mixer tells you the Card is present and running.
    When upgrading, i always keep a backup, so i can rollback if any issues.
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2018
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