10328 Views 12 Replies Latest reply: Oct 2, 2009 8:25 PM by gregcarp
such messages show up when you have a program incompatible with snow leopard.
this thread indicates that this may have something to do with printer drivers.
if you have a printer mentioned there check if there are update Snow leopard compatible printer drivers available for that printer.
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I'm occasionally getting the same message. My printer is included on the driver list (HP-6980). I first got this message while Snow Leopard was installing (erase and install, near the end of the process). And I got it once when the new iTunes crashed (update downloaded last night) and I got it just now when Drag Thing crashed. Things surely do seem to be crashing all over the place.
Is this supposedly missing kext a matter for concern? Anyone know? Anyone know what it is or what it does? It would seem that my particular problem may relate to it not being installed or installed incorrectly during the actual installation process for Snow Leopard. That's when I got the first message - during installation.
iMac (early 2006) (not 64-bit capable)
I searched my Mac and there is no such kext file present on my machine, so obviously it is
for support of some piece of hardware you guys have that probably needs updating.
A search on the 'net yielded the following:
CNQL1212_ClassicNotSeize.kext bundle: jp.co.canon.iokit.CNQL1212_ClassicNotSeize
Seems to have something to do with something made by Canon.
I got a similar message re iokitusbreader.kext, old ppc usb code from 2003 after installing the iTunes update. iTunes still worked without any problems but I went into the system/library/extensions and removed it anyway. I'm not sure where your code resides, you may have to hunt for it in one of the libraries. I don't find these files show up in spotlight searches. You'll be asked for your admin password if it's in the system folder, you can trash it and reboot to get rid of it.
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Mine was in the Systems/Extensions folder. I pulled it and trashed it with no apparent ill effect. One will have to log in as admin. And one wonders who thought it was OK to put something like that in the System folder. The get-info says it's a Canon product. I guess Apple does occasionally put stuff in there from other companies. But this rather smells like a Canon installer. I removed all the Canon software a long time ago so that I could use Vuescan. I guess I missed that little prize.
Thanks everyone for your attention and your help. Glad to be rid of that tiny nuisance. (Hope I'm not wrong and will later need it for some vital Apple operation. Actually, I zipped it and stored it in a folder where I put all the stuff I'm never sure I'm actually allowed to throw away. Then I tossed the original.)
This from Canon's support site:
The Flatbed Scanners to support Mac OS X v10.6 as of July 2009 are shown below.
The products which are not listed below will not support Mac OS X v10.6 in the future.
Flatbed Scanners to support Mac OS X v10.6
CanoScan 4400F, CanoScan 5600F, CanoScan 8400F, CanoScan 8600F, CanoScan 8800F, CanoScan 9950F
CanoScan LiDE 25, CanoScan LiDE 35, CanoScan LiDE 60, CanoScan LiDE 70, CanoScan LiDE 90, CanoScan LiDE 100, CanoScan LiDE 200, CanoScan LiDE 500F, CanoScan LiDE 600F, CanoScan LiDE 700F
Release Schedule for Mac OS X v10.6 supporting Software
The software to support Mac OS X v10.6 will be sequentially uploaded to our download website 2 or 3 weeks after the Mac OS X v10.6 release.
If Canon has not released the update yet, you will have to remove the old driver (kext)
as John did.
thanks for all of the help!
my scanner was on that list of supported scanners. downloaded and installed the new driver again - got rid of that .kext file (backed it up just in case). no error message appeared after i installed the new driver again. i'm guessing the same thing will occur (i.e. no error) if i were to reinstall itunes 9.0.1
update: reinstalled 9.0.1 as a test - no error message.
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