USB wifi adapter does not work anymore in Parallels 17.1

Discussion in 'Linux Guest OS Discussion' started by JuanS10, Oct 15, 2021.

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  1. JuanS10

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    I run linux in Parallels 17 and was working just fine.
    It does not work anymore after updating to 17.1... I can confirm the problem is with Parallels not only because it was working before, but because it is working with VMware Fusion at the moment.
     
  2. JuanS10

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    Ubuntu running on M1 Mac
    Realtek driver
     
  3. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Parallels Team

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    Hello,
    please collect the technical report once the issue reproduced and post the report's ID here.
    We will be glad to help.
     
  4. JuanS10

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    Hi Maria,
    This is the report ID: 382011982
     
  5. Tobias9

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    I am also experiencing issues with USB since updating to 17.1
     
  6. JuanS10

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    Hi Maria@parallels,
    Have you or your team had the opportunity to look into this?
     
  7. DudekC

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    Hi, it seems that 17.1 is unable to correctly communicate with USB ports when it comes to serial communication protocols. I have a device that uses the usb port and communicate with an application called Vega. It's a card reader... works using serial 9600bps connection...

    It worked perfectly well under version 14 of Parallels. But once I upgraded to 17.1, it was unable to work properly anymore, worse : my device froze !
    My temporary solution is to downgrade to 14. Simple and efficient. But I paid for something I cannot use ! :(

    Downgrade procedure : https://kb.parallels.com/8913
     
  8. GlennS5

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    There is a new 17.1.1 release that seems to fix my USB issues.
     
  9. HC_3

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