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System freeze ok... this could be because i have an adapter that converts it from firewire to USB, anyway... I click on the driver, either the one that came with it or the newer one from the behringer website and it it asks me to plug in the device, i plug it in and my system freezes, mouse doesnt move, nothing... then as soon as i unplug it its back to normal and screen suddenly shows what i did when it froze (e.g if i move my mouse to the left when its frozen the mouse is suddenly to the left) whats going on with that!?

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Which driver are you using now that you have 'converted' firewire to USB? The USB driver or the Firewire driver. I suspect none would work, as the Firewire driver os looking on the FW bus/layer, and the USB there. The devices may not communicate at all in the same way to either interface.

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