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Macbook Pro Usb hub problem


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Hi, i have my Macbook pro connected to a logitech USB hub with a Eyetv Dtt plugged in and also Usb 5.1 speakers. My hub is working perfectly when i plug the usb speakers in and the Eyetv, the eyetv can be used so this is not the problem.
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The usb speakers work when plugged in and not set as the audio source but as soon as i set the 5.1 speakers as the audio source they disconnect.
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I have tried a different Hub and a different cable for the speakers and also a different cable for the Hub. I have tried without the Eyetv, i get no audio when i change the audio source.

Could anyone help, They have been working for since august but since 2 weeks ago the didnt, i have the latest firmware (10.6.3 os X)

NOTE: The hub work perfectly well in windows 7 just not in OSX.

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Can anyone help?

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Wow i guess no one can help...

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