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Sounds like what is called a latency problem. You need to go into the settings in Sonar and under audio, adjust the Latency to a higher number...I don't know sonar home studio, or I would tell you the exact area to go in the menu's to adjust latency..Hope this helps!
I have finally after 2 months managed to re-install my Photo Impression 4 to my other computer. I zipped it this time and burned it to a DISC and then installed it. In my searching for a free download I saw many were looking for this which is no longer offered by Arc Soft. I will be happy to share it with anyone who wants to contact me at email@example.com. Now that I have it burned to disc in a zipped folder I can share it with anyone.....Cathy
My solution: I found another solution(workaround) instead of reinstalling the program: 1. Try to remember wich devices you used in de Photo explorer (USB-stick, external drive, DVD- CD-drive, or photo-camera connected by USB; 2. You can only start PEX(Photo Explorer) with a volume loaded in this devices! 3. if you don’t remember wich devices you used before, plug in a volume in every device your system has. 4. Start PEX. On my system it is then starting without error! 5. If PEX is normaly started: goto File/Preferences/ (or F6 key), take category Cache and under “History” clean all adresses and maps by clicking the button. 6. Close PEX. Remove all the volume’s you don’t need; 7. Restart PEX. Now the program will start without any error. 8. Advice: each time you use PEX with an external device do action 5. before closing the program.