Does anyone have any experience with M-Audio's Transit USB in Windows 7 64-bit?
Employing M-Audio's BETA Vista 32 or normal XP drivers
within Vista's SP1 / XP SP2 compatibility mode, I got the Transit USB running well enough under Windows 7 32 build 7068.
In contrast, the M-Audio's production 64-bit Vista Transit USB drivers have limited functionality within my 64 bit copy of Windows 7 build 7068.
Initially, I installed it with Vista SP1 compatibility mode and the device partially worked: only when both the input and output are enable, i.e., limiting output to 48.0 kHz and 16 bit. Normally, within Windows 7 32-bit / Vista 32, I have been able to disable the input to achieve 24 bit 96 kHz output bandwidth.
I can debug, but I am only familiar with the various UNIXes.
I will probably update to the newest build in a few days -- whenever I get around to downloading it.
Just FYI, M-Audio is on its way to becoming legendary for its poor and belated drivers and the accompanying obfuscated / convoluted installation procedures.
I hope I didn't make any stupid errors in this post. *finger's crossed*
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