I believe there are x64 drivers for these However, I would love to use the card in my older computer which I plan to upgrade to W7, so it’s nice to know that it can be made to work. Been using it for years now. Have you tried using the front panel rca inputs and outputs for recording and playback with these drivers in Win7? Jean Francois, Thanks for your report.
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DMX 6Fire 24/96
They are for use with Vista if you are interested. So my settings are: I found the main culprit was actually the Asio output dll in Media Monkey, causing clicks.
Have you tried using the front panel rca inputs and outputs for recording and playback with these drivers in Win7? Some clicks and pops but I’ll try out Jean Francois’ advice and see what happens.
Under the big fat tree Status: I have this soundcard too. Don’t know it they’ll work with Win7.
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Whoops, never mind, getting my driver numbers confused It didn’t work that well for me so I scrapped the audio interface for a Lynx. They are version 5. Haven’t received registration validation E-mail?
Thanks for the advice guys. Forum Themes Mobile Progressive. Other settings are unchanged.
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Just got this email from Terratec: Switching back to the Wave output solved that. I believe there are x64 drivers for these Jean Francois, Thanks for your report.
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Quite agonizing, and all the 66fire frustrating given the brief taste of heaven I experienced yesterday and now ending up with nothing! I eventually just got rid of it and used the on-board soundcard in that PC because it worked significantly better in Vista. Cool, thanks for that!
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All was fine as described. A shame, since it’s a decent unit. Sound settings in W7: Essentials Only Full Version. Sorry – it’s the WinXP driver. I had the same card, but abandoned it when I upgraded to a new computer and win 7.
I did move it into my other PC which also ran Vista and I received a lot of pops and clicks even listening to mp3 files through Media Player. By the way, those who say they have it working in W7 all say they’re using the 5.
It would work fine for a while. Been using it for years now.