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You're going to have to wait on TI to provide drivers for Snow Leopard - which I doubt they will have anytime soon since they don't even support Leopard!

The best answer I can give you is to install Windows on your MBP. If you have a copy of Windows XP SP2 (see BC instructions for compatibility) you can download the free VirtualBox from Sun and run XP in a virtual machine. Then you can use your TI with the latest version of their software for Windows.

Or, borrow your mother's machine. Buy her a new hard drive.

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