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Old 12-14-2012, 04:47 PM
Funk-O-Meter Funk-O-Meter is offline
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Default DICE chipset+PT10="ASIO device properties have been changed by the device"

What's the story on PT10 and the Dice FireWire chipset not playing well and throwing "ASIO device properties have been changed by the device control panel. Pro Tools must be restarted for these changes to take effect. Please restart Pro Tools" messages?

I'm using a Midas f32 w/ digi qualified FW card and PT10.3 with just the bundled plugs on a fresh Win7 install with the optimizations recommended here. (Except my vid card is onboard and my Ethernet port isn't disabled. Two things that don't seem to effect the problem)

Is there a solution for this PITA or do I have to keep restarting everytime I change resolutions and such?
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