Question about M-Audio FireWire 410 External Sound System

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Windows xp 64 bit... where is the driver?

I cant use my m-audio firewire 410 now because i istalled a 64 bit windows xp on my new pc but there is not drivers for it

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  • 1hundredxc Feb 10, 2008

    ok ty anyway ^^ sure if i have need some help i let you know.

  • 1hundredxc Feb 25, 2008

    omg thank you so much i never see that box "show beta version" so easy...

  • William Agreste May 12, 2008

    I have the Maudio 1814 running on windows xp pro x64 bit. I've been
    using the beta 64 bit driver now for about a year. Somehow, something
    has snatched away the output. I've been racking my brain for 30 hours
    or more trying to "fix it". The unusual part is that it appears to be
    fine. I can still watch the vu meters play along with any audio
    source. Any audio originating in the pc will show on all of my Maudio
    visuals as if it's there, but there is no actual analog output to the
    amp. I even restored a 6 month ago copy of my system to a new drive
    expecting this to work but even now there is no sound from a backup
    that was months before this problem. I would have concluded this is a
    hardware defective issue but I also have an Maudio Audiophyle and it
    has the same issue. The real twist is that if I boot my windows xp
    home 32 bit drive, everything there is fine.. same hardware, etc. So
    I have something lurking in my 64 bit system that apparently can cross
    over and afffect my backup 64 bit drive as well.

    I
    think if I could strip my xp of all audio drivers, references, etc it
    would possibly let me reinstall maudio but I tried that and no luck,
    however I may have missed something in the clean up. For the record,
    I can still make a usb audio card work, I can still make the internal
    pnp card work, but with maudio, it will not work. ANy ideas?

    Bill
    www.paprap.com

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Sorry to say my friend but that driver does not work if you have more than 2 GIG of ram , I have the same problem.

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

Go to http://www.m-audio.com and select the firewire 410, then select windows xp (64 bit) and make sure that you check the box "Show Beta Versions". There's been a beta driver since 2005 ;-)

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

Go to http://www.m-audio.com and select the firewire 410, then select windows xp (64 bit) and make sure that you check the box "Show Beta Versions". There's been a beta driver since 2005 ;-)

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M audio will never support win64bit I know it sucks. I roduce music and ran into a lot of problems with the 64bit.. If you need some help with audio or any kind of pro audio let me know.

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XPS-410 needs to have MCE 2005 Rollup two SP3 replaced by Windows 7 64 bit. Too many problems to list currently but will work limited programs


Not sure what you are trying to do. If you are trying to convert 32 bit to 64 bit Apps, try going to manufacturers website to look for drivers.
Win 7 will actually find the best drivers for your devices.

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My M-Audio 410 run well on my XP pc.... after that i try to use it on win7 pc using driver download frm m-audio website but it can't detect. after that i try to test back on my last xp pc but it can't...


HI there
I would imagine the drivers from M-Audio are not signed and therefore may not be proven to be compatible with win7. I checked the website and they have drivers for different service pack levels on Vista (I know yours is win7) which is very unusual. This points to them having issues releasing signed off working drivers. Make sure you know what you have installed, 32 or 64 bit win 7. Do not go by the sticker on the case. Go start>control panel>system and look it up philswift_13.jpg
Both versions of 64 bit and 32 bit seem the same file FireWire_6.0.1_5.10.0.5058.exe

which seems weird too


I would uninstall the drivers and choose delete as well
start>search> type 'dev' and see the results. Click on device manager, open it
under sound right click all devices>properties>click on driver tab>
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then click uninstall but tick the delete driver box too
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then reboot the pc but do not load the driver from M audio
we want Microsofts generic driver to load
After the reboot see if it works.

If not do a system update (start>search>type 'windows u' and click on windows update
Look under optiopnal updates and see if there is one for an audio device and load that

Failing this try the M audio XP driver
If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.

Failing that try the Win 7 driver for 32 bit
If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.

Failing that try the Win 7 driver for 64 bit
If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.


I think M audio has issues with code for drivers and win 7
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anJJ02VV1qs
You may want to look at a new system as it seems M has some bad press with support.


All the best now, but it may be that the drivers are not signed off from Microsoft. If this is the case, you may want to chase up M audio and ask if they can be honest and let you know if there are any issues with Windows 7.
Microsoft are releasing Service Pack for Win 7 first half of 2011 and this may mop-up some issues. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows/downloads/service-packs
Phil

Dec 17, 2010 | M-Audio FireWire 410 External Sound System

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Audio Problem


http://intel.driversdown.com/Intel-drivers/Intel-Desktop-Board-D945GCNL-HD-Audio-Controller-5605-Windows-Vista(32-64)-XP(32-64)-2000_77686.shtml

Intel Desktop Board D945GCNL HD Audio Controller 5605 Windows Vista(32/64)/XP(32/64)/2000
Installs the Realtek audio driver version 5605 for Intel® Desktop Boards.

IMPORTANT: Audio drivers may fail to install in Windows* XP 64-Bit Edition. Symptoms may include error messages, such as "Error in installation" or "Unknown error". Microsoft's Update for Windows XP x64 Edition (KB901105) fixes this issue. After installing this update, the audio drivers for Windows XP 64-Bit Edition will successfully install.

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M-audio 410 problem with vista


How old is your system
Vista was made for newer pc's and still has some glitches.
Also can slow pc down if they are not compatible
You may want your xp back on

Jan 14, 2009 | M-Audio FireWire 410 External Sound System

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Can't install m-audio firewire


It doesn't 64-bit windows. (no driver) this is part of why people who are serious about audio tend to use macs.

You can install 32-bit windows, then the included drivers will work.

Dec 16, 2008 | M-Audio FireWire 410 External Sound System

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My M-Audio 410 distorts and jams


When you install WinXP again it fail to see the sound card you will need to load the original sound driver if you dont have it then try here for it:

 

http://drivers.myfreewares.com/driverdownload.php

Oct 12, 2007 | M-Audio FireWire 410 External Sound System

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M-Audio FireWire 410 distorts and jams


Theres the reason I believe when you installed XP you have install the driver for that model:  XP fails to load the drivers possibly out of date and then it wont load it however you go here and find your one and install that you wont afterwards.

http://drivers.myfreewares.com/driverdownload.php

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