"Upgrade to Lion (Version 10.7.3) for MacBook Air"

Post #302604945 by Neo on Tuesday 6th of March 2012 10:49:53 AM

I'm having loads of problems with my MacBook Air (late 2010).

It is getting so that nearly every day, if I turn it off before sleeping, the next day it will not power up and boot even with full battery.

I do all the "reset the SMC" dance (Shift-Control-Option-Power ... then Power key sequence) but no luck.

Then, I wait about 2-3 hours when it is in the back of the car, and it seems to "warm up in the sun" and the power-up / boot....

Really getting annoying.
 
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UVSCOM(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						 UVSCOM(4)

NAME
uvscom -- USB support for SUNTAC Slipper U VS-10U serial adapters driver SYNOPSIS
To compile this driver into the kernel, place the following lines in your kernel configuration file: device uvscom device ucom Alternatively, to load the driver as a module at boot time, place the following line in loader.conf(5): uvscom_load="YES" HARDWARE
The uvscom driver supports the following adapters: o DDI Pocket Air H" C@rd o DDI Pocket Air H" C@rd 64 o NTT P-in o NTT P-in m@ster DESCRIPTION
The uvscom driver provides support for the SUNTAC Slipper U VS-10U chip. Slipper U is a PC Card to USB converter for data communication card adapters. The device is accessed through the ucom(4) driver which makes it behave like a tty(4). SEE ALSO
tty(4), ucom(4), usb(4) HISTORY
The uvscom driver first appeared in FreeBSD and later in NetBSD 1.6. This manual page was adopted from NetBSD by Tom Rhodes <trhodes@FreeBSD.org> in April 2002. BSD
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