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Find all posts by flautista #6 02-13-2010, 04:17 PM DeyBwah Member Join Date: May 2008 Location: Los Angeles, CA Posts: 560 Re: Win 7 Blue Screen Had the Lonnie Friday, March 19, 2010 1:26 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote You are great! I downloaded and installed. Perhaps there is a way I can test in Windows "safe mode" and see what triggers the audio dropouts. weblink

I've chosen None, on the grounds that unless you know how to interpret the memory dump it's not much use to you, and there's no point in cluttering up your hard I did a clean install of Win7x64, and to my surprise my output latency had dropped to less than half of what it was on my old drive. NE Status: offline Re: BSOD Crashes With Windows 7-64bit Firewire and Daisy-Chained FirePods 2013/09/03 02:19:27 (permalink) Hello... As mentioned above NIC cards should be disabled along with Virus Proctection and Firewall.

Click on the Close button and exit out of all of the other windows. Firstly, try going into Control panel - Sound and disabling all FF inputs and outputs from "Playback" and "Recording" tabs (they will disappear from the list). Thank you sooooooo much.

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I had to switch on my old XP Pro system to get a connection, although this was erratic and took a while to recognise. We went through 6 curent major brands with a SIIG TI based express card with no luck at all. Someone this was marked as "Answered" so it slipped under my radar! I updated driver and all other but nothing...is there some provblem with fire wire driver ?

Any ideas? I have occasionally seen average write speeds as low as 2-5MB/s but I don't know why. The external HDD was now running quite quickly. Posts: 662 Re: Win 7 Blue Screen I installed the Win7 beta the other day and started getting the blue screen too.

Fortunately it does not occur often but when it does and I'm trying to copy a couple of gigabytes or more it can be very frustrating and I start rethinking my internet I went to HP and typed in Ricoh 5 in 1 driver. Recently, I decided to purchase a second FirePod and daisy chain them through FireWire. I'm thinking the driver got downloaded with one of the updates after April.

Using a PC to record, mix down and master your own music ought to be a streamlined and pleasurable process, and for many musicians it is exactly that. have a peek at these guys Doesn't matter whether I do a real time or fast bounce.I'm running the latest Powercore drivers (4.0.3) and it runs fine under Sonar 8.5. Lots of musicians now perform live with various sorts of PC, but it has to be said that your computer is probably at its most vulnerable when on stage. Choose the second option---1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller (Legacy), and click next to update the driver.    I hope this can help you.

Next, double click on the 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller A window will popup saying 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller Properties Click on the Driver Tab Then look down in the Friday, January 29, 2010 4:53 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi jvestal, The 1394 bus driver that is included with Windows 7 replaces the 1394 bus drivers At this point I'm looking at new hardware. check over here They can cause catastrophic hardware damage, often burning out motherboards and connected devices.

Reboot and try PT again luck __________________ Jascha Koneffke flutist www.prodmusica.cl GA-X58A-UD3R[/ I7 950 RAM 24Gb corsair 1600 (3 sticks) 9-9-9-24 MAC MacBookPro i7 2,3 15" RAM 16gb PT 11.3 003 I picked the one for my OS, win7. Do you know if this specifically fixes BSOD problems?

However, their output waveform may not suit high-quality audio gear such as power amps, if you want to use such a UPS to power your whole studio, and you may hear

Is this a limitation of the driver in windows 7. Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved 5 days and no sign of the M-Audio employees that are supposedly here to help... The integrated harddisks are not usable any more. I've never even seen the third driver option.

Sunday, August 19, 2012 8:52 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thank you !!!! It's also vital for anyone involved in broadcasting, running Internet servers or any other applications where you just have to keep on trucking! Tuesday, May 18, 2010 2:38 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Someone at Microsoft please explain to me why these new drivers are used by default when they this content Completely FED UP here.

Sometimes the system will run for a few hours before this happens but eventually it will happen. For whatever reason, and I am not suggesting it is a usable workaround for everyone, disabling indexing on the drive resolved the issue for me. Apologies for my sarcastic post - I did try to delete it but it didn't work! After the audio/firewire dropped out in Reaper it would come back to normal after a couple of seconds without me having to touch anything but after a certain amount of time

Deciding on the VA (Volt-Ampere) rating you will need your UPS to have is simply a matter of deciding which of your gear needs protecting and then totting up the VA This blue screen is still one of the most frustrating aspects of Windows use, since there's absolutely nothing you can do about it except reboot your PC and start again. PeaceSimon Handley Saturday, March 05, 2011 10:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thankyou sooooo much for this post, I was just about to throw my pc outta And now this simple driver fix made everything work perfectly.

Hopefully it works out for ya. I'm looking forward for an answer ! Expanding to 16 channels, gives me glitching and my full 28 channels....blue screen i conclude i am not getting 400mb/s more like 37.5 on legacy and see FA on the Several other users on the forums are also having the exact same issue so I'm pretty confident it's not just my setup.

I had that problems months ago I could not fix until I got your explanation. I have 2 firewarePCI cards installed in my desktop PC. Others have recommended a fix here: Windows 7 and Firewire problem I haven't reset the firewire and don't know how to, could you tell me how? Checked only 6 processes running.

If it is not working properly, you just change it back :)Changing it does not really add something "old" to the system, but just reverts the "new capabilities" to the old Alternatively, temporarily remove or replace the RAM to see if the problem goes away. Best Regards, Jim Roseberry [email protected] www.studiocat.com #3 dwhitejazz Max Output Level: -90 dBFS Total Posts : 11 Joined: 2010/03/21 14:36:45 Status: offline Re: BSOD Crashes With Windows 7-64bit Firewire and Daisy-Chained Web site designed & maintained by PB Associates & SOS

I have another piece of software that has the same rpoblem, so I am sure it is not he software. The Blue Screen Of Death Fortunately, one of the big improvements gained when you run Windows XP (and both 2000 and NT) rather than Windows 98 is that each application runs Mains Power Supply Problems Spontaneous crashes and reboots can be caused by hardware or software problems (see 'Random PC Reboots' box), but some are obviously due to mains power problems.