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Old 02-16-2008, 08:26 PM
vetsquad muzik vetsquad muzik is offline
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Default FL STUDIO 7 ASIO DRIVER ERROR.VISTA[PT 7.4 L3]

CANT USE THE ASIO DRIVER WITH FL STUDIO 7.I HAVE VISTA HOME BASIC[PRO TOOLS 7.4]
CAN YOU HELP ME
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Old 06-09-2008, 05:15 PM
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Default Re: FL STUDIO 7 ASIO DRIVER ERROR.VISTA[PT 7.4 L3]

Hi, Im sorry I cannot help you with this problem, but I too face a similar problem it seems then. I was planning on buying a KeyRig 25 and getting protools to work with my fruity loops xxl prod edition. I am running XP, I dont know if Vista is your problem but the only thing I can think of is getting the correct drivers. I believe there are a few you need. You can get them right off of m-powered's site

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Old 01-10-2011, 02:34 AM
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Default Re: FL STUDIO 7 ASIO DRIVER ERROR.VISTA[PT 7.4 L3]

I'm having a similar problem too

Running Windows 7 64-bit on laptop (and 32-bit on desktop - having exact same problem with both rigs).
Fruity Loops 9 Signature (XXL) not recognising MBox 2 Mini as an ASIO device. I have PT 8.0.4 installed. FL9 installed ASIO4ALL which doesn't recognise it either It simply doesn't appear as an option in FL's Audio setup menu.
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Old 01-10-2011, 04:14 AM
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Default Re: FL STUDIO 7 ASIO DRIVER ERROR.VISTA[PT 7.4 L3]

FYI, just fixed the problem (on my laptop - will do same on desktop, just as soon as I get my RAM back from the shop...)

Updated PT8.0.1 to 8.0.4 then 8.0.4cs (which includes new audio drivers! - I didn't know this update existed...). MBox 2 appeared in Fruity Loops 9 the next time I loaded it! I reckon this will work in Vista too.

BTW, Fruity Loops do lifetime updates - if you have a license for FL7 you can update to FL9 for free (Avid - pay attention!)
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Old 01-10-2011, 08:42 AM
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Default Re: FL STUDIO 7 ASIO DRIVER ERROR.VISTA[PT 7.4 L3]

I was under the impression that Avid never released ASIO drivers for Vista If I were running Vista, I would upgrade to Windows 7
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