Question about Edirol Computers & Internet
I'm running windows vista 32 bit the installation works untill the pc asks to me to plug in the interface. after i plugged it, ask for me to locate drivers in my system. after this step i recognise where the driver is, which is on my hard driver and C and after i download the driver , my system gives me a prompt to insert cd, i do not have the cd, the driver is on my hard drive , i also have the driver on an external hard drive, so i send a command to my system to locate the driver(downloaded from the website), and this does not work, how do i get this to work, what is the work around for getting my system working with this problem?
Posted by Anonymous on
Vista is dead, and good riddance. If you want a safe, free, modern operating system, download a nice distro of Linux like Ubuntu, Mint, ZorinOS, Elementary, Solus. Try it on a flash drive or DVD. If you have an old machine, try Lubuntu 32 bit, Puppy or Bodhi. Welcome to the new century.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i am running windows 7
Haven't tried it (us-122 + win7 x64) but you could turning off 'forced driver signing'. http://www.tipandtrick.net/2008/permanently-turn-off-and-disable-64-bit-x64-windows-vista-forced-driver-signature-signing-with-readydriver-plus/
Win7 32bit doesn't have this feature, only win7 64.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
SOURCE: i am running windows 7
The best way to get the US-122 working on Win7 is to;
-Download latest drivers for US-122 from Tascam site
-This will be a Vista 32 or 64 bit, what ever Win7 you run
-Right click the exe file, go to properties, in the compatibility tab, set compatibility mode to run as Vista SP2 version.
-Then check drivers, firmware updates
-Ensure US-122 not using MS Wavetable GS Synth.
-Set to use Asio drivers
-Check latency settings of US-122, by going to windows control panel and searching for Tascam
-Check latency settings in asio drivers, and untick 'Allow application to take over this device' or whatever it is, this should also disable MS Wavetable GS when US-122 and asio in use in use
-Around the 512 samples should get no clipping/popping, with below 10ms latency for most asio drivers, which is as good as the US gets
-Some asio drivers (Full duplex etc) will give you a false latency figure in Cubase etc, but I have found no clipping/popping or latency with US-122 set to 512 and asio driver set to mid range (around 50ms) on i7 2-3ghz, 8g ram....
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Posted on Jun 15, 2012
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