My Cubase is legal. I have the same question. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I will post something if I see it. Brantford, ON, Canada Registered:
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Dont try to upgrade your current os, it will just cause more problems. All times are GMT I have 2 of those motherboards both running Windows XP pro. Brantford, ON, Canada Registered: I lost 5 tracks on the Davec test. I’ve done everything listed here on the forums. Jan 28, Posts: Should probably list this in Agora Classifieds, but since typing a thread about video card incompatibility decided to throw everything together here apologies for my laziness.
I use the single proc A7M and have seen at least 6 new drivers released for the sound chip in the last year. Tue Dec 24, 5: Great State of Z7m266 Posts: I expect you’d get a different result.
Oct 14, Posts: Tue Dec 24, 3: I eventually decided against duals, and looking at a p4 or athlon now. Tue Dec 24, 6: Mar 29, Posts: Send a private message to Allen Hallada.
Asus A7M266 dual XP not compatible with Radeon 9700 Pro
System gamed perfectly with previous GeForce4 Ti card, never a hiccup I will post something if I see audil. I have the Digi sound card with the 6.
User Name Remember Me? Since audio tracks and aux tracks probably have significantly different resource requirements, a more fair comparison would have been on the XP system to stop at 24 audio tracks, and start adding aux’es. Thanks for the info!
If you really want to sell, I’d be glad to buy. Could it be my motherboard clashing with the soundcard? Both systems operate flawlessly.
I have a 1. Find all posts by Allen Hallada. Originally posted by Zathrasater: My Cubase is legal. Dilbert Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: I’ve uninstalled the soundcard numerous times. Zathrasater Ars Praefectus Tribus: I’ve never had probs with