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Old 04-22-2010, 10:23 PM
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Default Re: PRO TOOLS 8 compatible with WINDOWS 7 someday?

This is hit and miss for those not interested in hardware upgrades. Hopefully the upcoming non-beta release will offer more compatibility.
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Default Re: PRO TOOLS 8 compatible with WINDOWS 7 someday?

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WELL FOR ME I GOT A HP ELITE SERIES 64 BIT ,6GB OF RAM, 3 HDD, WINDOWS 7 64 BIT AND I FIGURED HOW TO GET IT WORKING PERFECT FOR ME..
FIRST, I GOT THE UPDATE FOR WINDOWS FOR PT.8
http://www.digidesign.com/index.cfm?...4&itemid=40394
if you got the password cool if not that sucks..
SECOND, I HAD ALOT OF PLUGINS I USE ON MY OLD 7.4 LIKE IK MULTIMEDIA,FAIRCHILD 660 , N SOME OTHERS IN WINDOWS 7 THE HAVE THE
COMPABILITY BUTTON FOR YOU..
YOU HAVE TO RIGHT CLICK AND TROUBLESHOOT COMPATIBILITY OR JUST PUT IT IN FROM PROPERTIES IT ALWAYS GOES TO XP SP 2..
I EVEN PUT PT.8.0.3. ALSWELL..JUST GOT DONE RECORDING N MIXING SOME OLD SONGS WITH MY PLUGINS I HAVEN'T USED IN MONTHS..IT WORKED.. TRY THAT OUT. IF YOU DON'T HAVE WINDOWS 7 I SUGGEST TO GET I HAVE LINKS IF ANY ONE NEEDS LET ME KNOW..

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Default Re: PRO TOOLS 8 compatible with WINDOWS 7 someday?

I have a 8 core amd, with windows 7 64 bit, 32g of ram and a Mbox 2 mini

this is what i did to greatly reduce the rate of all the errors... i still get them but this process helped ALOT, i am able to record now!

step 1...

update protools and your interface drivers.

step 2...

go to youtube and search "windows 7 protools" look for the few that say "optimization" in the name, then watch the videos. there is like 3 key videos

step 3...

Play with your H/W setting inside of protool under the set up menu. start with minimal setting. This process will take a few trys to find the ideal setting for your set up

my settings are:

H/W buffer size: 256 samples
Host processors: 4 processors
Cpu usage limit: 90%


Hope this helps you! good luck everyone!
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