The operating system will load it when it finds a device that matches the driver. There is no port enabled. Have you contacted QinHeng Electronics about this issue? On macOS Mojave Thanks for sending the troubleshooting link. Replied 52 days ago.
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USB to UART Bridge VCP Drivers – Silicon Labs
Replied Sep 276: And yes, you can expect the OS to unload it when it is not being used. This can be done by a normal user is does not require sudo or booting in recovery mode. I wanted to look into this issue. Have you contacted QinHeng Electronics about this issue? The vendor ID is 0x1a86 or I tried to install and uninstall the driver several times on Mac Os High Sierra. You should see a request from MacOS for you to allow Silabs Driver, in case you don’t have it enabled.
CPX USB to UART Bridge VCP Driver Not Loading (Mac OS X Sierra)
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Replied 52 days ago. When I tried the above commands I got no results neither.
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Replied Sep 025: Replied Sep 183: Thomas, you may have a previous version of the driver installed. Email Required, but never shown.
As macOS High Sierra Replied Sep 194: I found that other driver and uploaded and it’s working fine. My mac doesn’t recognize the driver after I installed the following driver from the Sillicon Labs: Replied 19 days ago. Replied Aug 266: Note to make modifications, you have to boot into recovery mode, but the check can be done from a normally booted machine.
The operating system will load it when it finds a device that matches the driver. I’ve re-scanned Serial Ports and it does nothing. If so, do you know which specific chip it uses?