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Old 02-15-2022, 05:03 PM
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Default Re: How to Use 192 I/O TDM with other DAWs on Windows 10

got the same problem can't use y hdn + digi 192 on windows 10 ( i have not installed pthd cause its pthd 9 and not supported on windows 10)

but my 3rd audio party don't work cause i don't see the digidesign driver on the audio set up i see only asio avid driver but red cross checked.
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got the same problem can't use y hdn + digi 192 on windows 10 ( i have not installed pthd cause its pthd 9 and not supported on windows 10)

but my 3rd audio party don't work cause i don't see the digidesign driver on the audio set up i see only asio avid driver but red cross checked.
2 solutions for this:
1-upgrade to a new license(and enjoy all the goodies added to Pro Tools that you are missing). Or:
2-switch to a new USB interface for use with any DAW that is not Pro Tools. This is by far the cheapest route. In this case, I would remove the HDN card from the system to avoid any driver/hardware issues. You could put it all away from some future time, or sell it off now while it has decent value(certainly $800 minimum for a used HDN card, 192 and cables).
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Default Re: How to Use 192 I/O TDM with other DAWs on Windows 10

I use HD Thunderbolt Native with both Mac & PC. If the driver is installed by installing Pro Tools then the I/O is available to other programs, I use Cubase Pro 9.5, Logic X, Reaper, Soundforge, etc.. with all available I/O selectable and down to a 32 buffer without issue. Never had much luck with TDM HD cards working multi client like this, there used to be a driver available back in the day but I never perused it. My TDM rig is an Win XP/HD4, I installed an RME Hammerfall 9652 for other apps, mainly Gigastudio 3.
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