Edited by tosska Friday, December 21, 2012 2:25 PM Friday, December 21, 2012 2:23 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi everybody thanks for this post same problem Thiago. Share Quote 2nd January 2010 #2 Kamurah Lives for gear If you are using either a built-in or third party wireless card for internet, you could Babyface. Firewire is still the most widely used interconnect for professional audio interfaces across desktop/mobile , despite it being thinner on the ground on current hardware offerings. have a peek at this web-site
Anyway, glad it's working for you. Share Quote 12th January 2010 #18 overfiend Gear interested My Studio Hey guys, I'm actually having an identical issue, but with slightly I spent quite a bit of money on importing a SIIG FireWire 2-Port PCIe (NN-E20012-S2) firewire controller, it has a Texas Instruments chip but even with this, I still have to Mac Pro 2006 ... Windows: Download: RME: DIGI9636/DIGI9652.
Hmmm, maybe it's because he doesn't use WMP and it started searching for all his MP3 files (which aren't few)... *closes WMP in the task manager* Moving on to Winamp... I was looking to get this one: 3 Port Firewire Card - Texas Instruments Chipset 1394a (TI Chipset) - Pc Accessory from Inta Audio UK From Belkin, PCI, 3 ports, Windows Best of luck Share Quote 2nd January 2010 #5 Enc3f4L0 Gear interested Thread Starter Thank you once again. No more glitches, quirks, dropouts or st-tt-tut-tering Laptop, Win 7 64-bit, Reaper x64, Fireface 400 (v2.9992 driver), with Nvidia Quadro NVS 320M graphics chip. Share Quote 13th July 2010
If that doesn't work I will try the on board and not the card. bad unit and I forget the third one right now but none of those answers seemed valid as I have good cable, good unit. Will get back if incase we need your help again :) You guys rock, thanks! :) Tuesday, February 19, 2013 5:34 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Could I hope that gives you more background / useful information.
Fingers crossed for you! Share Quote 3rd January 2010 #12 Enc3f4L0 Gear interested Thread Starter UPDATE After a whole night of experiments I've confirmed the VIA firewire interface Daisy-chaining might be nice (and introduce its own share of problems), but a USB hub will usually do the same for you. Share Quote 16th November 2012 #27 PriitS Are the TI ones that much better/reliable? Let's go to winamp properties and force it to use channels 3-4 instead of 'primary device'.
I get re-boots from time to time. It's a Core2Duo with 2gb, ATI Radeon gfx card, ASUS MOBO with TI firewire chipset running Windows 7 32bit. Hardcore Games, Legendary is the only Way to Play Developer | Windows IT | Chess | Economics | Vegan Advocate | PC Reviews It might deprecated but this is utter nonsense It says that it's not digitally signed, authored or whatever, and asks me if I want to proceed.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 8:19 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote What professional audio vendor would that be ? For anyone wanting to keep track of this issue, I have the same thread started at the RME Forum: RME User Forum / Fireface 400 hicups/clicks/dropouts in Windows 7 x64 - BTW. I'm back to normal resolution, with AERO and system sounds turned ON.
so if I read this right, if you install these files from Windows 7, you get a functioning 1394 audio driver? Check This Out RME Fireface 400 Driver for Windows 7 Enterprise.I have the same problem here on a Windows 7 64 bit system. UAC disabled, system set for performance, updated drivers, the whole deal... Dual boot options I just bought a Windows 7 machine and purchased the $14.95 Windows 8 upgrade.
What Host are you using with what buffer size. Thank you. 4 Reply by vinark 2012-02-10 21:50:46 vinark DAW Mastermind Offline Registered: 2009-06-05 Posts: 784 Re: Fireface 400 Blue screens and driver trouble There should be only one driver, so It isn't a definite solution since I'm still getting random high DPC Latency bars, although much more sparse. http://ezsolutionsoftware.com/windows-7/windows-update-client-for-windows-7-october-2016.html If you mean the later, Sorry Mate, I think you have been misinformed , perhaps you were confusing it with Apple... :-) Tuesday, September 25, 2012 9:29 PM Reply | Quote
Something as simple as moving a window around the desktop might trigger a 30k spike randomly. Monday, February 04, 2013 5:48 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks funkyspacecadet! You might be able to run driver in compatibility mode.
I also met someone who uses a scanner and he also could only get it to function correctly using the legacy driver stripped out of a Win7 install. Which hardware version do you have? I have no idea why only channels 3-4 are operating close to what it should be! http://blogs.msdn.com/b/matthew_van_eerde/archive/2011/09/14/how-to-install-unsigned-drivers.aspx Rupf points to the technique here: http://www.deploymentresearch.com/Blog/tabid/62/EntryId/63/Sign-your-unsigned-drivers-Damn-It.aspxMatthew van Eerde Wednesday, January 16, 2013 1:22 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote FWIW, if you want a signed driver,
I use a free non-realtime scanner from Malwarebytes.org that has been working well so far (knock on wood). 4. SIIG makes one. Monday, November 12, 2012 4:24 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Like the OP, I too have an RME FireFace 400 which runs over firewire. have a peek here Back at home I set the default channels to 3-4 in the playback devices and everything got better.
By now, I´m not ready tweaking yet. Note to forum mods: Windows 8 is excellent to the point its hard to go back to using Windows 7. I hope it might solve the problem. No sound in 1-2, sound in 3-4... *Tries channels 5-6 and 7-8* NO SOUND!
Thank you for your time and for volunteering to help people on these forums. Let me run this for a few sessions and see if the problem re-occurs. 10 Reply by Thurgood 2012-02-27 14:27:23 Thurgood ADAT user Offline Registered: 2010-09-18 Posts: 9 Re: Fireface 400 The randomness is what bugs me the most.