I'm trying to get 2 arduino's connected together with the NRF24, now I have one with my PC connected, and I'm trying to get one connected with my Macbook, I downloaded and installed the CH340 drivers for mac since I know it's a 'fake' arduino. I tried it with my 'fake' arduino nano and my macbook crashed (with the NRF24 connected and without), now I'm trying to connect it with my Arduino mega (with NRF24 connected and without) but it keeps crashing, yes I am using the newest Macbook version, and yes I have the newest Arduino IDE installed.
Can someone help me?
Video included where you can see exactly what's happening!
P.S. Both of these fake arduino's work on my windows PC with the CH340 drivers installed, so the boards itself aren't damaged/broken!
(Edit: I can't upload video's because the max. file size is only 1 MB, I'll add some screenshots from the video)
I've followed all the links you posted on that thread, I'm stuck on the 2nd step here: https://www.mac-usb-serial.com/wordpress/support/troubleshooting/ first I have to check if I have conflicting driver with a few commands in the terminal, it shows up I don't, then for step 2 it says I have to plug in my USB and do some other commands, well this part is impossible to do for me, because when I plug in my USB my macbook freezes immediately and crashes... that's the whole thing..
Pert after retrying multiple times, and deleting the old WCH drivers successfully it looks like it worked, but only once until the next restart. I did the whole process again and it looks like it works now man!
Thank you so much, I hope it keeps working, a question: it won’t harm my macbook right or something?
Here are some screenshots (attached), the current is all fine, right?