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Old 02-13-2019, 04:59 PM
Sugarnutz Sugarnutz is offline
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Default Re: Nobody with Pro Tools 10HD-pci on windows 7 Daw ?

Not sure it will work with Win 10, but your 192 should be turned on before you turn your computer on if I understand you correctly. Also newer computers do not natively support PCI slots, they use a bridge chip that is not totally compatible with real-time audio. Too much latency already built in. Some server motherboards still natively support PCI. Jetway had a great Q77 based motherboard with 4 Native PCI slots, i7 support and PCIe 16x graphics slot.

Here

Don’t know if they’re still available or not.
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