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Using Steelseries Sensei [Raw] makes Macbook Pro OSX Kernel panic


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Ok, so i've been using this mouse for around a year, and it always worked great. Today I decided to install the new Steelseries Engine 3 so I could update my mouse's drivers.

I downloaded it and installed it, and to conclude the installation I had to reconnect and connect my device, but it wasn't connected. So I simply connected and when I did that, my Mac had a Kernel Panic. I turn it off and on again, and since then everytime I either connect it or use it when it's already connected Mac has a Kernel Panic.

I tried everything I thinked of already, I deleted the engines and downloaded them again, and nothing works, it still leads to Kernel Panic.

I have used another mouse in this Mac and it works, and have used the Steelseries Sensei in another Mac and it worked, so the problem is really between my Macbook Pro and the Sensei. Now since the other mouse sucks, I really want to fix this problem.

Does anyone know how to fix this? Thx for reading
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Maybe try:
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And provide them with the model Mac and version of OS X you are using.

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And provide them with the model Mac and version of OS X you are using.


Naw!! Let them be like so many posters here that like to have any Mac helpers just guess and assume!!!

There should be a pre-post Sticky to include at least some basic info, and maybe directions like checking their "About This Mac" etc!!
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