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Posted Feb 9, 2008
12:20:02 PM
New Option GlobeTrotter drivers released for Leopard!!
Hi;

For those of you who were unaware, Option has recently released drivers for Leopard (and 10.4.11). You can download them here: http://support.option.com/att/

I've got Leopard running and have been using my Option GT Max 3.6 Express card with the native drivers from mac os x since Leopard was released. I've had no problems with the built-in mac drivers and am actually quite content with the integration of these drivers into the OS.

My question is which driver works better? Is there a difference in speed? Has anyone been able to test speed using both of these drivers?

Thanks,

PS - If you install the Option drivers, it disables the mac drivers. You have to uninstall to be able to use the mac drivers again.

Rafael
Hi;

For those of you who were unaware, Option has recently released drivers for Leopard (and 10.4.11). You can download them here: http://support.option.com/att/

I've got Leopard running and have been using my Option GT Max 3.6 Express card with the native drivers from mac os x since Leopard was released. I've had no problems with the built-in mac drivers and am actually quite content with the integration of these drivers into the OS.

My question is which driver works better? Is there a difference in speed? Has anyone been able to test speed using both of these drivers?

Thanks,

PS - If you install the Option drivers, it disables the mac drivers. You have to uninstall to be able to use the mac drivers again.

Rafael

New Option GlobeTrotter drivers released for Leopard!!

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