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Old 06-24-2013, 10:37 PM
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Default Emu 1010 aiso pt11

PT10 recognizes the 1010 aiso just fine, but in PT11 it is not available as an interface. Should I use aiso4all in substitute for EMU-Aiso?
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PT10 recognizes the 1010 aiso just fine, but in PT11 it is not available as an interface. Should I use aiso4all in substitute for EMU-Aiso?
I don't have an answer, but instead a question. Are you a Mac or PC user? If PC, how have you gotten the 1010 to work under Windows 7?

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I don't have an answer, but instead a question. Are you a Mac or PC user? If PC, how have you gotten the 1010 to work under Windows 7?

Thanks in advance.
Both, but the 1010 pci is in a pc. On windows 8 64bit.
Yes I've gotten it to work in 7 and 8. Sounds fantastic still, would suck to have to let it go.

You need specific drivers and a specific dsp app version to get it to work.

If you're running 64bit windows and using the pci version of the card I have the drivers on hand, and can easily dropbox em for you, just lemmie know.
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Silly me, I had been using beta drivers and they had released the final version 2 years ago and I never checked. All is well in emu land.

anyone else looking for it to work you need to go to emu's site and get their latest drivers. If you're using pci you need to select the link that has unlisted products underlined.
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