/* I now see this earlier thread already existed: http://www.diffractionlimited.com/forum/index.php?threads/st-8300c-driver-and-os-x-yosemite.68/. I thought I had searched for this problem but apparently not. Even though the results are the same, I wish I would have found the thread sooner or that there was a pointer to it from the SBIG driver download page. It would have saved a lot of hassle. /* After most of my software companies dropped support for OSX 10.6.8, I finally "upgraded" to OSX 10.10.1 (aka "Yosemite"). Contrary to past "upgrades", the process went very smoothly, until I tried to use my ST-2000xm. The camera did not come to life when I plugged it in to the machine and SkyX threw an error message that the driver could not connect to the camera. I then installed the latest "universal drivers" from the SBIG WWW site and tried the "CCDOps Lite" program with no luck there either. I know the camera works because it still functions fine with my old (abandoned) Windows XP machine running CCDSoft. I found nothing about this problem when I did my pre-upgrade research. Am I missing something obvious? Am I the only person this has happened to?