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Old 03-18-2014, 07:19 AM
mattbell1978 mattbell1978 is offline
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Default PT8.1 with Magma PE6R4-I

Good morning, Looking for a little direction please. I have and HD2 (Process) that I am looking to expand. I bought a magma PCI-x expansion. When I moved the core and process card over I can no longer access the DSP for plugins (Error 7077 i believe) and I get clicking in my tracks on playback. I did not have these problems when the two cards were in the host machine. I could not find anything in magma or digi documentation about any bios or config changes. Has someone experienced this same issue? or have an idea how to troubleshoot? In the host machine all I have is the PCI-e x8 magma card and a PCI-e X1 Video card. No other PCI or PCI-e slots being used. In my magma chassis all I have are the two HD cards. XP-op sys.
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