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Old 04-01-2006, 08:19 PM
planetkyle planetkyle is offline
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Default Need help from some digi experts! ...

I am running PT LE 6.4 with my Digi 001. My computer runs Win XP Media Center SP2 ... It runs, but I need some expert advice:

1. There is a blue screen error EVERY time I turn off the computer. IRQL LESS OR EQUAL TO or DRIVER POWER FAILURE it warns of a software/hardware compatibility issue. I have heard of people who have tweaked the operating system to make it work...how? Can I upgrade to XP Pro from Media center?

2. There is a noticable delay {maybe 1/16 of a second} when I record a guitar/bass etc. along to a bpm drum track. Is there a way I can test the hardware to eliminate the delay?

Thanx for your responses....
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