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Windows 7: IRQ Conflict - Firewire sound card problem


01 Apr 2011   #1
w0mp

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
IRQ Conflict - Firewire sound card problem

Hi, I have Sony VAIO VPCF13Z8E/BI Notebook and my Firewire Sound Card (M-Audio Firewire Solo) does not work properly. I made some search and I think it's about the IRQ assignment. If you look at the picture I uploaded, you can see there are too many main devices in the same IRQ. When I disable the Wireless Adapter, my Firewire device works properly but this is not even a good solution and I couldn't find another way to handle it. If you help me with this, I'll be appreciated. Thanks.




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07 Apr 2011   #2
CBAudio

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

I have the same latop for a week now, and the same problems wit MOTU traveler and 8PRE connected via the Fire Wire connector. I tried another fire wire driver but no success.
Disabling the wireless adapter gives proper results indeed, but the screen is refreshed slowly if 16 channels are recorded in parallel. (Audition3)
Anyone know how to change the IRQ settings?
My device properties menu is wiped to gray, and cannot be changed.

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