Mar 22, 2020 DJM 900 NXS Driver Problems with Mac. Hey Community, I really need some help. Uninstalled the driver, rebooted. Reinstalled the driver. Tried that a couple of times. About Pioneer DJ. Corporate contact; company info. Pioneer DJM-900NXS2 Mixer USB Driver 1.0.2 for Mac OS Yosemite 2017-08-08; Pioneer DJM-900NXS2 Mixer USB Driver 2.0.2 for Mac OS EL Capitan 2017-08-08; Pioneer DJM-900NXS2 Mixer USB Driver 2.0.2 for Mac OS Sierra 2017-08-08. We have identified an issue where you are unable to record audio from the DJM-2000 when using macOS10.13.2. We recommend you refrain from updating your OS to macOS10.13.2. If your Mac OS is v10.10 or older, please use the DRIVER FOR MAC YOSEMITE.
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1. Obtaining the driver software Double-click the file for Mac downloaded in.
2. Double-click [XXXXXX_AudioDriver.pkg].
The driver software installation screen appears.
3. Check the details on the screen and click [Continue Anyway].
4. When the end user license agreement appears, read Software end user license agreement carefully, then click [Continue Anyway].
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6. Proceed with installation according to the instructions on the screen.
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