I worked with my M-audio 2496 on OS 10.4.11 for quite a while now, never had any problems. I updated the driver from the M-audio site months ago.
For a few weeks now, i have a problem: each time i start my computer and try to open reason, itunes, quicktime or click on "sound" in the general preferences to change the output (so basically anything that uses or is related to the sound/sound card), the screen turns black, and the computer is asking me to restart. Furthermore, there's an awful white noise coming out of the speakers.
What could be the problem?
Thanks in advance,
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scroll down the pages and you will see (overview,specification,download, ect .) click download and it will apear your "select os " select your os and wait for response , now choose audio and download the first audio files . . then install in your computer after downloading and it will ask you to restart your computer after installing , and your done
Restart the computer with the original Mac OS Disk hold down the C Key and restart the computer Choose your Language Hit Continue Go to the Mac OS install page At the top of the page Click on Utilities Reset Password reset your password twice Quit Reset Password from Apple Menu Quit Mac OS Installer When it asks are you sure Click RESTART You have now reset your Admin Password
Not sure what OS you are using, but here is an article with some ideas on how to fix sound recording problems in Windows Vista. http://www.pcauthorities.com/multimedia/how-to-fix-sound-recording-problems-in-vista
Hello, I suggest you interrupt the installation with [Esc] or [Diamond][QUIT].
Then download the OS on your computer and drag and drop OS on the open
window of TI Connect to transfer it to calculator. Press the
[Diamond][QUIT] several times. If it refuses, all that is left for you
to do is remove main batteries and restart the installation as
described above. Hope it helps.
Is it asking for a a keychain password or just the regualar password you may have to reset your password if its the regular password, and you just need to put in the 1st operating disc that came with the computer and hold down the C key when you hear the sound and hold it down till you see the apple symbol, then when it boots up select english and then the next one go to the top of the finder and click utilities and then change the password, then save everything and then quit the password changer and then quit the installation and then restart the computer.
Reset ur sound settings in os or reinstall ur audio driver and restart computer when it asking to do it. If even if problem persists format ur os and reinstall ur operating system and install ur audio driver and restart ur problem would be solved
I tested on my M-audio Delta 1010 with box today and everything incl.
SPDIF is working great on my osx86 v_7 10.5.8 system! The only thing
not working is midi as told on website. Im submitting file for the
above sound cards! Dont Forget to donate some money to this guy!!!
Try moving the PCI sound card to another PCI slot. On standard PC machines the IRQs are limited to 15 and many cards require their own, not a shared one. (start from the lowest going up... Leave the graphics card in the top slot (if PCI as well)