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Old 03-13-2006, 07:11 PM
shorty909 shorty909 is offline
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Default M-Powered 6.8, FW Audiophile and 96kHz Session


WinXP Home SP2
P4 2.4Ghz / 1GB RAM
PT M-powered 6.8 / FW Audiophile w/latest driver

I am new to PT, and trying to create a 96kHz new session, but the dialog doesn't accept the sample rate other than 44.1kHz.(Pull-down menu doesn't even show other value)
When I try to load other 96kHz PT session, an error massage appears saying some like "unsupported"..
FW Audiophile supports 96kHz, so its wired.
I don't think any other apps using the driver at the same time.
(I switched off not to use the M-audio driver for the system sound in the control panel)
Reinstalling the driver and application didn't help..

Any information, suggestion is welcomed.
Thanks in advance,

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