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@52bhamp

It tells me that by maybe 11.6 these issues will be sorted out! Its a mess.

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Posted : 25/05/2021 1:46 pm
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@allenat

This is a Big Sur bug. Have you upgraded to 11.4 yet?

There were no real changes in 6.0.5, just some minor bug fixes.

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Posted : 25/05/2021 1:53 pm
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@softraid-support

Looks like things resolved themselves after an uninstall, reboot, re-install and re-"allow" of 6.0.5.   Drives have mounted automatically through at least three reboots at this point.

so far so good...

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Posted : 25/05/2021 3:38 pm
 dlp
(@dlp)
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I'm seeing the same thing with the newly updated SoftRaid 6.0.5 and macOS 11.4.

The Terminal work-around works, but is there a more permanent solution?

Thanks!

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Posted : 26/05/2021 12:28 pm
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@dlp

We are investigating this. We are on the verge of finding an explanation for this and another driver loading issue, which is caused by a bug in X-Code, and it is a question of whether we can fix it on our own or not.

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Posted : 26/05/2021 1:05 pm
 dlp
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Thanks. Sure looking forward to a fix.

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Posted : 26/05/2021 1:19 pm
 dlp
(@dlp)
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Ever since I installed 6.0.5, it's causing other drivers to not load in my system.

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Posted : 26/05/2021 2:00 pm
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@softraid-support

Just something that I noticed...

I had to explicitly let the computer reboot after allowing the system extension in the security settings.  If I took the option to reboot later, (and subsequently rebooted manually), the drive would not mount.  Not sure if this related or a coincidence.

Going on a full day now, and the drive continues to mount normally.

Andre   

 

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Posted : 26/05/2021 3:07 pm
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@allenat

I noticed this and have been recommending users do this in that order, to "Allow" before restarting. While it should not matter, it seems in some cases, it does matter.

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Posted : 26/05/2021 3:49 pm
 dlp
(@dlp)
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Allow doesn't help, cause I have a few app's that will not load ever since I installed SR 6.0.5.

 

I clicked to Allow these other app's to function after reinstalling them, but they're not loading after restarting the Mac. How do I get around this? 

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Posted : 26/05/2021 3:54 pm
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@dlp

 

Attach a Tech support file, I can check if any older extensions are triggering this.

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Posted : 26/05/2021 3:55 pm
 dlp
(@dlp)
Eminent Member Customer

Thanks for looking into this.

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Posted : 26/05/2021 4:00 pm
 dlp
(@dlp)
Eminent Member Customer

When I try to launch the UAD Panel, I'm getting the message attached.

Screen Shot 2021 05 26 at 2.15.34 PM

 

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Posted : 26/05/2021 4:25 pm
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@dlp

Its possible it is adguard, the extension does not appear loadable. Lets try pasting these lines into terminal, one at a time

sudo rm -r /Library/Application Support/com.adguard.mac.adguard/kext/com.adguard.nfext.kext

sudo kmutil clear-staging
sudo kextcache -i /

 

Now restart. If SoftRAID does not load, then uninstall/reinstall and you should get the System Preferences/Security pop up to "Allow", do that before restarting after installing the driver.

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Posted : 26/05/2021 5:35 pm
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@dlp

What is the UAD panel?

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Posted : 26/05/2021 5:36 pm
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