Weird one here.
I've just got a new Mac Pro and have been configuring it. I've got the 6-Core base model which has 4 USB 3 Ports. Annoyingly, everything seems to lump on to the same bus so there doesn't appear to be a way to get rid of the message when loading the virus plugin in Cubase (sharing resources with..). I've tried every port with the TI on its own.
I have two Belkin F5U237 7 port USB 2 powered hubs (new one arrived today) that show up as USB 2 MTT hubs in system report so I thought I'd try the TI on these as they had been recommend in the past and to be fair they have been excellent. Whenever the TI is plugged in to either of these hubs though or any of the two remaining ports on the front of the Mac Pro, the license centres can't find the keys and throw up error messages. Obviously I can't run Cubase or my plugins without them!
After a lot of investigation I put it down to the fact the power supply had gone on the original hub with the license keys in as I read some reports that the elicenser required a lot of current and presumed it wasn't getting enough and therefore not working with other peripherals plugged into that hub that also required current. That's why I ordered a new identical hub because the power supply was actually more expensive! Anyway, having tested the supply it appeared to be working fine and plugging the keys in without the connection to the computer did indeed confirm the power supply was working so that turned out to be a wild goose chase. Also, what baffled me further on this is that the TI does not require any power from the hub!
Has anybody got the slightest idea why the TI would knock out my license keys when plugging it in pretty much anywhere? The Reason dongle which uses code meter and basically shows up as a hard drive is not affected at all so perhaps that could be a clue? Not a great start to my Mac Pro experience!