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Old 06-03-2007, 09:01 PM
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Default Asio driver problems with 002 Pro tools 7 with SP2

i have intel 865
windows xp pro Sp1 now i upgrade to SP2


i have no problems before that i install Service pack 2

i can use Digidesing asio Drive for use Wavelab
when i chosee digidesing asio driver in wavelab the 002 dont change to "Working "
it like freeze i have to turn off the 002

the only solution that i see is
First star proo tools and open sesion the 002 turn to working the i close
and open Wavelab and choose digidesign asio driver and i can listen the sound

but if i turn off the 002

i have to repeat the sames steps ,dammmmmmmmm



i downloading all the updates to windows
but nothing happens


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