Matt Chavie
aspiring breakdancer...
Join date: Jul 2007
2,648 IQ
#1
I installed Pro Tools 10 yesterday onto my PC with Windows 8 64 bit, and after jumping through multiple rings of fire I booted PT up and after a while it said that the hardware couldn't be detected, so I plugged my interface in(the driver's are installed) and it still didn't work. After reading a bit, it lead me to believe that I need an ASIO driver, but cannot for the life of me find a 64 Bit ASIO download.

Does anyone with Windows 8/PT10 know how to get to a point where the hardware is accepted?

If it matters the interface is a Steinberg CI2 (pretty sure at least).
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Join date: Aug 2004
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#2
asio4all_com

the website is temporary offline, but i use that driver, and it works great.
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Matt Chavie
aspiring breakdancer...
Join date: Jul 2007
2,648 IQ
#4
Quote by T4D
Protools 10 is NOT 64bit you may have trouble with a 64bit driver...


That's irrelevant.
lockwolf
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Join date: Jun 2007
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#5
I'm going to explain this in simplest terms since you made 2 threads on the same subject.

Pro Tools 10 SE is shitty and buggy. If you aren't using an Mbox or certain M-Audio interface, SE doesn't work. Also, Pro Tools 10 in any form isn't officially supported on Windows 8 so there are going to be problems there as well.

You're either going to need to downgrade to Windows 7 and buy a new interface or just use a different DAW. Since you're a noob, don't use Pro Tools, you'll hate it.
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Matt Chavie
aspiring breakdancer...
Join date: Jul 2007
2,648 IQ
#6
Quote by lockwolf
I'm going to explain this in simplest terms since you made 2 threads on the same subject.

Pro Tools 10 SE is shitty and buggy. If you aren't using an Mbox or certain M-Audio interface, SE doesn't work. Also, Pro Tools 10 in any form isn't officially supported on Windows 8 so there are going to be problems there as well.

You're either going to need to downgrade to Windows 7 and buy a new interface or just use a different DAW. Since you're a noob, don't use Pro Tools, you'll hate it.


Thanks for the helpful advice.