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Old 11-10-2017, 11:21 AM
maquisar maquisar is offline
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Default apollo twin usb/ PT11 crash after universal audio engine selected


I just installed an apollo twin duo usb on a windows 7 64, windows see the card, there is sound, no problem but when i launched PT11 and changed the playback engine from RME Aio to universal audio apollo usb, PT indicated that i had to relaunch the application. OK done, but at the end of the opening progress, PT indicate " your audio device is configured with an unsupported audio buffer size ( apollo is buffered at 512 ). Please select one the following supported buffer sizes in the device control panel : 32,64,128... " and the he quit. I deleted DAE prefs, installed the latest version of protools 11, not able anymore to open protools 11.
any idea someone.
Thank you.
i Mac 1,83 intel core duo
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