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Open your Console Select system.log Type in the following query in the search pane (upper right hand corner): USBMSC You will see something like kernel: USBMSC Identifier (then an alphanumeric string indicating the USB bus address) The date and time is shown as well. This will let you know the last time(s) a device was connected to a particular USB bus.


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i remember this from a few years ago -- there were a lot of these slipping into RO mode. here is a forum talking about it: http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/All-SanDisk-USB-Flash-Drives/Sandisk-cruzer-16GB-became-read-only/td-p/255218/page/2 with no real solution. it is a hardware issue, regarless of operating system etc.


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On Windows, you need drivers in order to have everything working fine. In this case, the bootcamp should install it for you right after Windows installation. It installs all drivers: trackpad, graphic card, webcam, USB 3.0; as well as some bootcamp utilities that allow you to use the F10, F11, F12 as volume keys for instance. If you didn't get this part ...


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If the USB hub is bus powered (it doesn't have to plug in to a wall socket) then the problem is that your Hard Drives are drawing too much current. USB Standards state that each USB port needs to be able to output 500mA. When you divide that by four (assuming your USB hub is 4-port), you get 125mA, which isn't nearly enough to power two hard drives. I ...


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Based on this post and the other one at MacBookPro10,1 had problems booting, now some system images are pink and fuzzy : I would say that you're probably looking at a faulty logic board. The system should be taken into a Genius Bar or an authorized Apple repair centre for further evaluation and/or repair.



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