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Old 11-17-2009, 07:34 AM
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Default My HD Core is not showing "pass" with Apogee Rosetta

Hi Guys, I just got my Apogee X-HD card and am moving up to HD3,and I was previously running Protool 6.4.1,Mix Plus and the Apogee Mix card for years inside my Rosetta 800.
Now with the Digi HD core installed, the Digitest shows everything passing (two access cards)but not the HD Core Card,and just the last bit failing, called Peripheral Digital Look Playback, all 16 channels are showing failure in the info?.
Is this normal since it's not a Digidesign 96/192 interface but the Rosetta 800?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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