Right click on the card needing driver. I know the guy in that thread states he didn’t get around to actually putting any audio through it, but he states “I was able to configure the MOTU so I assume it’s good to go. I also doubt this will help, but if there is a any chance at all of success, this is how to start providing that no XP 64 driver is available, that is. I’m wondering about the differences and if I should upgrade, Thanks! I doubt there is one though, unfortunately. Is this the same on both the and ?
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For those we have lost. With the card, the monitor latency is directly tied to the buffer setting. Go to Details tab.
The is ROCK solid for me. It works just as well as units costing several hundred quid or more, or at least it did until I upgraded to Windows 7.
No drain on computer because of dsp?
I’ve got the that I use with an original and Create a username and password below and an account will be created and your post entered. Originally Posted by uptoolate.
So I’m pleading for help. You can route any input but only through the 4 busess. I’m wondering about the differences and if I should upgrade, Thanks! Using XP meant I wasn’t using my system as 64 bit, but now I am. New Reply Thread Tools.
– What are the system requirements for the PCI system?
Regardless of anything or not, what you can also do is go into the device manager. Very flexible and easy to use. It also seemed a little flakier at least on my system. The has its own dsp to handle the monitoring. So, why is the cuemix better on the than on the ? No registered users and 1 guest. There are a lot of PCI s floating around on eBay and pic-324 won’t tell you that they are useless on a G5. Right click on the card needing driver. I’ve upgraded my PC seemingly to have my soundcard unusable.
As anyone who produces can imagine, loosing the use of your soundcard renders everything else pointless.
To say this easily, IF a huge if here you can find a 64 bit XP driver, let me know. I know the guy in that thread states he didn’t get around to actually putting any audio through it, but he states “I was able to configure the MOTU so I assume it’s good to go. Welcome to the Gearslutz Pro Audio Community! It uses the old PCI card, which I know isn’t officially supported in 64 bit systems.
I also doubt this will help, but if there is a any chance at all of success, this is how to start providing that no XP 64 driver is available, that is.
And is 96K possible on a ? You can set the buffer as high as you like to revieve cpu stress and the monitoring latency stays the same. Originally Posted by dbbubba. So I’m stuck, really stuck. Because the mixing takes place on the card itself, instead of making the round trip from the PCI bus to the host processor, the PCIX system provides the same near-zero latency performance as today’s latest digital mixers.
If you do get around upgrading your card, I would suggest going straight to the PCIe version so that you don’t risk having to upgrade it second time.
I felt this was enough to not bother and just stick with XP, until I read this thread, saying it would work if I did it manually: