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Old 01-21-2024, 08:44 AM
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Default Re: Anyone good fixing Pops and Clicks - (I'm not a beginner user)

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Again, likely driver issue as 3rd parties do not check Avid stuff. Keep rolling back to a version that works for you.

PT does not use HD driver, the card driver is natively built into PT instead. You only need HD driver with 3rd party DAWs.
I only have access to the current driver on my Avid Products page and the HD Driver knowledgebase page only has a legacy driver for PT 11 on Windows 7. There's like a 4 year gap of drivers. How can I rollback to a driver from say a year ago or so? They're making this quite hard on me.
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