01-28-2019 08:23 AM
I can't start DPP 4.9.20 on my Macbook Pro 15 mid2015, macOS 10.13 with latest updates. It gives me the message 'An error ocurred' on display, and 'AEGetDescData of non-desc type 'reco' not a good idea' in system log.
I've tried complete re-install, installation under other admin account, update from 4.8.30 version. Nothing helped.
Can somobody give me an advise, please?
01-28-2019 04:56 PM
I am sorry this occurred. When you uninstall the software, are you deleting all of the access files and then emptying the trash? You mention not being able to start the software. Would it be a fair assumption that so far you have been able to install it within the operating system it just won't open?
01-29-2019 02:16 AM
Thank you for your answer.
Yes, I'm sure that all files of DPP were wiped from my system on the time of deinstallation. I tried a couple different ways: use Canon uninstaller (that was installed with DPP); move application to the Trash, emptying it, and manually removig all directories related to DPP from filesystem.
By the way, the first installation of DPP was performed on a fresh macOS 10.13 after reinstallation. It refused to start from the beggining. Later, I tried to install 4.8.30 with the same result.
You are right, Tim. DPP installs fine. Just doesn't start
JFI, EOS Utility 2.14.31b works as expected.
02-14-2019 04:48 PM
We have not heard any news relating to your specific issue, but there has been a newer version of DPP (4.10) that was recently released. I recommend installing this version of DPP which should work as expected.
Please click HERE to go to a downloader for this version of DPP.
After installing DPP 4.10, are you able to launch the software?
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02-18-2019 04:00 PM
After updating DPP to 4.10 it refuses to run with the same diagnostics. Unfortunately...
Probably, I will try to upgrade macOS to Mojave and see what happens.
02-22-2019 04:11 AM
I have Mac OS 10.14.3 Mojave ocn my MacBookPro from 2015, and have no problems with starting DPP 4.9.20. It works fine!
I don´t know if this in helpful for you to know...but feel free to ask me if there is somhing I can do!
Have a nice day!
08-28-2020 09:16 PM
I've been having this issue for years now and haven't be able to run DPP under Mac OS so I just have been booting my Mac into Windows using a boot camp install.
I'm curious. For those that are able to run DPP on Mac OS without any issues, do you have a "Case Sensitive" formatted hard drive? I'm curious if the "Case Sensitive" APFS filesystem is causing an issue. It's the only thing I can think of now.
I really wish I was able to resolve this issue. I originally reached out do Canon for assistance but they really were of no help and didn't seem motivated to help me resolve it.
08-29-2020 04:47 PM - edited 08-29-2020 04:47 PM
I might not get around to it for a bit, but I'll try to reformat my Mac sometime soon and I won't use the case sensitive file format. I'm just curious about this being the issue after recently finding out that Adobe Photoshop fails to install on and does not support case sensitive formatted drives under Mac OS.