I've been running MOTU DP 3.11, OS9, and Battery for 2 years, and getting tired of the lameness that is OS9. Have decided to make the move, step-by-step, to OSX. I'm stuck on step Battery. I have a 2x1GHz G4, 1GB RAM Mac running OSX 10.2.8. I've installed DP 4.12, have started playing with it, and decided that now's the time to move Native Instruments (NI) Battery. I bought the upgrade (cheap!) and here's where I'm stuck: If I select Built-In Audio for the soundcard options, I can get Battery to send sounds to the Mac's built-in speaker output. Not Very Exciting. When I select the PCI 424 card that I have (which dirves an HD 192), the Battery app turns into a rainbow pinwheel. When I wait long enough, the machine tells me that it's used up all the disk space allocated for program memory (to Unix weenies: it's out of swap space). So, obviously, there's some evil loop in my system; a loop I don't know how to diagnose. Can anybody whose installed the NI Battery upgrade from OS9 to OSX give me some advice on working with my PCI-424 card?