Question about M-Audio PROJECT MIX I/O Sound Card
The device was working fine until I had to unplug the unit from computer and reconnect it. The computer was unable to recognize the device, so I uninstalled the driver, downloaded the latest driver and installed it. The same result. I connected Firewire410 to the same computer and it worked just fine.
Could it be that I damaged Firewire port on Project Mix somehow?
Thank you for your time, Richard
You should install service pack 2, the go to the m-audio site and upgrade the drivers again. Also, since your computer most likely have a 4 pin firewire, make sure you have the power cqble for the 410 connected. Ofcourse, do not have the 410 connected when upgrade either sp2 or the drivers. make sure you power cycle both devices before reconnecting and attempting to record....
keep me posted...
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
SOURCE: firewire audio problem
Please notice that the firewire 410 is known to have problems with firewire chipsets that are not manufactured by either Texas Instruments or NEC.
This means that it's not enough to buy a Firewire card or to make sure you have it on your motherboard. You have to make sure that the chipset (the chip that actually manage the data transfer) is manufactured either by NEC or TI.
It's not always easy finding out the manufacturer of the chipset, but it's possible (for example my GigaBute motherboard came with a TI chip and it was written on its spec). Good luck!
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
I got the same problem, but cannt find out or google it how to reset the device, found just some scripts, cannt use that, do you have some help?
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
Go to your computers control panel find your devices section locate your settings for your synth in/out to see if there active or not. consider to go tothe M-Audio website to chec for recent downloads for ti. You may need to upgrade your windows?
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
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The camera device is likely disconnected from computer port. Attempt to establish connection cables by unplugging and reconnecting several times to allow the computer to recognize the activity. The sensitivity of the computer with device would simply recognize a reconnect. Usually, the computer has to be restarted to acquire the connection capacity with prior computers and peripheral devices.
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