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There all sorts of tips in these forums about adjusting buffers, updating ASIO etc etc etc to eliminate or reduce latency problems.
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The bit and bit drivers are both included in version 6. How does this make you feel?
It’s worth a shot. Overview Topics Products People Change log. For info, the still works, it’s just Windows that’s complaining. If you can confirm the still functions on the Windows XP computer to confirm the card itself is operating properlythen we’ have to assuming the Windows 7 installation or the hardware on that computer is the cause of the symptom.
Here’s the current lineup: Overview Topics Products People Change log. Create a new topic About this Question Help get this topic noticed by auddiophile it on Twitter, Facebook, or email. Maybe just pull it out and put it back in to be sure. Please suggest any other course of action. You have given me a good clue here because I have just switched my anti-virus to Microsoft’s security essentials and maybe they’ve changed some security settings.
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Also, I really need to solve this soon since I am working on a new CD and need to resolve this problem so i can record. Would you be able to physically remove those cards? Up till now I did’nt succeed to use Spotify under Puppy, I use a dual boot with XP m-audlo this P4-computer which just is being used to play music. I wonder if we should now start a specific thread for any successful Win 7 64 bit users so we can try to identify a driver that works.
Preferably this should have a volume control as well, so you can adjust the output to avoid clipping the AP inputs. Barry Grover June 01, Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 Downloads: As per the prior post, the drivers are 5. audiolhile
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Col February 29, Couldn’t hurt to try I guess: A bit of a late reply, I know If your DAW program won’t let you change the M-Audio control panel settings, try looking for an option in the DAW ptrefs windpws looks along the lines of “release ASIO driver when not in use” or “release driver when in background” or “deactivate audio driver when not focussed”.
Thanks for the tip.
Audiophile – User Manual Audophile you see the meters moving in the control panel, especially the master channel, than this may actually indicate an issue with the hardware. Beyond that, the fact that audio works for any period of time would bring the possibility that it may be hardware or resource related.
Win 7 does recognize the card and is set up as my main audio device. I don’t want to speculate too much. Now m-auido in again. If anyone has experience with the later versions of Sonar Producer and the compatibility of the audiophile drivers, I’d like to hear what you have to say.