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When you get this message. doesn't it give you the option of continuing? This warning comes from the fact that Microsoft can't certify all the drivers out there. I've seen the message but always it gives me the option of continuing anyway.
I bought the FA-66 because I use Cakewalk Sonar and they sell this interface on the Cakewalk site with thier name on it. I've had nothing but problems with this unit as described above. I've tried it on two different computer and it does not work on either. I also use an RME Fireface 800 on both these machines, same set up and it works flawlessly. Drop the Edirol/Roland FA-66 and try something else like an RME card or something. That would be my suggestion. It's a shame Cakewalk promots this piece of garbage. I've tried Edirol/Roland technical support and the guy just kept saying the sound card works fine, like it was just my problem.
plug and play simply means that the unit is supported within windows and does not require a driver to be installed, although this peice of hardware gives many options as to connection the pc graphics driver still needs to be told to either duplicate(clone) the screen to your tv or change the screen from monitor to tv, this is normally done by right clicking on an empty space on your desktop and selecting graphics options or the menu will already appear to enable you to click to change your view.
Dont forget also this unit only supports 1024x768 desktop resolution
I have no magic solutions for this problem, and I?m guessing you?ve already tried what I?m going to suggest, but if not maybe you should try that:
1. are you using a laptop? The card you?re using might be a Cardbus, which usually isn?t supported by laptops because of BIOS settings.
2. It might also be a driver problem. Disconnect the card, remove it, remove the drivers. Restart the computer and reinstall the drivers. Turn the computer off. Reconnect the card and only then turn the computer on again. Wait a few minutes (sometimes it takes a few minutes for the computer to recognize new software). I don?t know if it would work, but it?s worth giving a shot.