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Old 01-04-2010, 03:51 AM
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I dont know why you would need anything else? My 003R works fine with Reaper and Studio One in Windows 7 32 bit. Install Pro Tools and that will include all the ASIO drivers you should need.
Thanks for the reply and happy new year!
But the question is:i'm working with Cubase 5.1 and i dont know if i have to install separate driver for working with it?I'm asking because in windows XP i have installed asio drivers 7.4.Do you think i'm ok with installing PT 8?
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Old 03-01-2010, 07:52 AM
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Default Re: Windows 7(Something to think about?)

does it really matter what windows package you have cuase I have windows 7 home premium and I have it on my asus laptop and an intel core2 duo processor, 64 Bit with 4 gb or ram and well I wanna get the newest version of pro tools running on my laptop...but I wanna know if for sure it will run with these specs....can anyone please please help????????
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Old 03-01-2010, 08:15 AM
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Without a Sandra report on your computer and knowing what interface you are using, it will be hard to say anything absolute, but 8.0.3 is the only version that can (at times) properly run in W7/64 and you will probably need the beta driver (8.0.4b) to be installed.

http://duc.digidesign.com/showthread.php?t=261763
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I'm reviving this old thread to give some of the newer people here a glimpse of what was going on well over a year ago to bring Windows7 to life for PT. Without the dedicated work detailed here surely this epic release would have taken much longer that it has. Thanks to all these pioneers.
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Old 07-10-2010, 03:40 AM
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Without the dedicated work detailed here surely this epic release would have taken much longer that it has. Thanks to all these pioneers.
A big +1 to that!! This was the very first original Windows 7 thread that started it all. All the bleeding edge users in this very thread deserve a pretty big acknowledgment, as you were the first trail blazers responsible for getting Pro Tools running on W7 long before anyone else. All the W7 information and troubleshooting solutions that are currently posted elsewhere on the forum originated here first in this very thread, and on many many hours of Skype conference calls among the early adopters. Pro Tools and W7 wouldn't be where it is today in it's current official release without all the early R&D and hard work done right here. I can attest that all the info here from the early adopters was definitely used and helped.

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SO WHATS YOUR SAY, OPINIONS, OR EXPECTATIONS WITH THE NEW OS?
My answer to the original question from JMonroe24 in the first post...W7 64 kicks ass!

To all the early pioneers here, we'll see you soon in Windows 8(Something to think about?).

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can we have a lunch break first???
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can we have a lunch break first???

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bursty bro..wassup. where's that i7?? you got power to that thing yet??
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No rest for the wicked......
Speak of the devil.

Speaking of trail blazers, sunburst79 was definitely one who did a TON of the early work here and even invested in various computer builds to make all this happen. The man literally put weeks on the impossible until he got it all going sucesfully. You definitely deserve a "spotlight moment" for your early efforts.

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