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Old 07-17-2009, 08:58 PM
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Hey guys i have windows vist 64bit and am running Pro Tools 8 with an mbox 2 i also have an emu sound card installed. . . i've tried using the mme tool and i had it working with my old computer and PT 7.3 . . . But when i open up my sound card options only my emu is shown . . . my pro tools works fine and i can hear things with that. . . i tried looking for a more updated asio driver but kinda got lost in all the information. . . if you can please help . . .
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Old 07-17-2009, 09:06 PM
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Welcome.

What you need is a Wave driver for your Mbox. Unfortunatly none exists for Vista 64 (or 32 for that matter). You do know that Vista 64 is not a qualified operating system, right?
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Old 07-17-2009, 09:49 PM
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Best bet? Enable your on-board sound and use the Mbox for JUST Pro Tools, and let the onboard handle everything else.
Digi designed their hardware and software to work as a unit, but they DiDN't design their hardware to be a universal sound card.
And what he said. Til further notice, Pro Tools was created for a 32-bit platform.
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Best bet? Enable your on-board sound and use the Mbox for JUST Pro Tools, and let the onboard handle everything else.
Digi designed their hardware and software to work as a unit, but they DiDN't design their hardware to be a universal sound card.
And what he said. Til further notice, Pro Tools was created for a 32-bit platform.
This is what I do. Get a good pair of computer speakers, plug em in the back, and your done.
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