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Old 12-01-2010, 07:06 AM
johannesj johannesj is offline
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Default PT 9 and M-audio projectmix

I am trying to open a 96 khz project i created using pt8.
When i try to open it i in PT9 i get this message: The current playback engine does not support a sample rate of 96 khz.
This is the same Pc and system, just upgrated PT8 to PT9.
The only settings i can use in PT9 is 48khz. not higher and not lower.
I can not change samplerate in M-audio firewire controlpanel ether
My system is Win 7 64bit and M-audio projectmix firewire.

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Johannes
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Old 12-01-2010, 09:20 PM
johannesj johannesj is offline
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Default Re: PT 9 and M-audio projectmix

FIXED
For some reason the build in Audio card were not diabled.
Disabled the internal card, and all is working fine now.
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