Look in the "Hard Disk:System Folder:Extensions" folder. These files must be present:
If you see "PASCO USB Sensor" or "Xplorer Program", remove
Make sure you have rebooted since installing DataStudio because PASPORT
Monitor will only start when the system is booted.
Make sure that PASPort Monitor is not disabled in the Extensions
Rebuild the classic Macintosh desktop:
- "PSSensor" (the device driver for all USB PASCO devices) and
- "PASPORT Monitor" or "PASPORT Monitor (OS 8)"
E-mail us your "PASPORT Monitor.log". To see the log, do the following:
Press "enable logging".
Restart the computer while holding down the COMMAND button for at
least 1 second.
Plug in a sensor.
Disable logging (to write the log file).
If you don't see the file, PASPORT Monitor may not be running. Try
logging at boot time to see if it had problems starting up due to the system
- In MacOS X, use the Classic system preference panel's "Advanced" tab to
- In MacOS 8 or 9, hold down the left OPTION + COMMAND keys while
The PASPort Monitor keyboard commands are as follows:
|Key Combination (Keys must be held down for at least
|COMMAND (during boot)
||Enables logging from the time PASPORT Monitor starts.|
||Enables logging after boot.|
||Disables logging and writes log to "PASPORT
||Rebuilds workbook indexes.|
||Quits PASPORT Monitor (you must reboot to start it
Creation Date: 07/17/2002
Last Modified: 10/17/2003