M-Audio Firewire Audio Drivers

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Steve Gruver, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. Steve Gruver

    Steve Gruver Guest

    Good news to those who own an M-Audio Firewire Series sound card. Drivers
    (Beta) are finally available for Vista.

    Steve
     
    Steve Gruver, Jul 6, 2007
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    86C415 Guest

    Since 25 March 2008, x64 firewire audio drivers are available for
    m-audio beta testers.

    Does anyone have any ideea on where to download those drivers ?

    I need them badly... :confused: My Firewire Solo dosen't work at all
    under x64.
     
    86C415, Apr 12, 2008
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  3. SP1 has better support for firewire.
     
    Colin Barnhorst, Apr 12, 2008
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  4. Steve Gruver

    ezyyy Guest

    Does anybody know when the drivers will be available to the public ?
    Did they leak to the web already ? :sarc:
     
    ezyyy, Apr 16, 2008
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  5. Steve Gruver

    darkmad Guest

    There is an easy solution to make FW Solo drivers for WinXP64 work i
    Vista X64: you need to enable unsigned driver loading. You can do s
    using EasyBCD utility, see attached screenshot. I don't use any audi
    production software and can't say anything about system stability, bu
    now i hear music using foobar2000 with ASIO output plugin and it work
    for me just fine.
    Good luck! And sorry for my english:

    +-------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Filename: solution.jpg
    |Download: http://www.vistax64.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=5386
    +-------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    darkmad, Jul 29, 2008
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    David Snyder Guest

    Help

    I just bought an M-Audio Firewire Solo, and I'm trying to print 24-bi
    mixes from my 02R coaxial SPDIF out to the SPDIF in on the M-Audi
    interface. I have selected the "external clock" option from the M-Audi
    hardware control panel, and I can record the mixes through th
    interface. Problem is, every 30 seconds or so, a little "tick" or "pop
    gets recorded along with the audio - it definitely sounds like a cloc
    issue

    I have tried both sets of drivers (ASIO and WDM), and have set th
    buffer size as high as possible... I still have the problem

    I've downloaded the latest VISTA 32-bit drivers from the M-Audi
    website, so I know I'm using the right drivers. And the problem is no
    the SPDIF output, which prints just fine to a Tascam CD-burner I have.
    The problem seems like it's that the SPDIF clock won't slave properly.
    It's close, but I can't have POPs in my audio every 30-40 seconds

    Ideas? I thought Firewire was supposed to be the solution t
    everything! I just bought this unit to replace an M-Audio USB interfac
    that had the same problem

    Please help

    DAVI
     
    David Snyder, Nov 27, 2008
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