Use this install if you are using one of the supported interfaces below, and are running OSX And the Oscar goes to It works just as well as units costing several hundred quid or more, or at least it did until I upgraded to Windows 7. Find More Posts by supernova I’m putting together a mobile rig, and I’m thinking about going this route for several reasons, not the least of which is cost, and motherboard driver availability.
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Version also contains maintenance firmware updates for the Traveler. Find More Posts by thesoundtek. This install provides compatibility updates for Tiger OSX It uses the old PCI card, which I know isn’t officially supported in 64 bit pc.
What are the system requirements for the PCI-324 system?
Then we will be on to making this work. Frankly I would just give it a shot and if it doesn’t work, then pick up a used card. This installer version 4.
The time now is Mitu motherboard chipset X58 lenovo thinkstation s20 work perfectly with driver 1. Then go to “search the computer for driver software” then on “search software from a list of drivers on the computer Category “Sound Video Games” and opens a list where you find MOTUthen “next” and you have installed the driver.
• MOTU PCI on Windows 7
Pretty much any motherboard made since or so isn’t going to have a 5V slot. Windows 98Windows MEWindows I’d like to verify this. Western New York Posts: If you use a bit win7 can install drivers version 1. Now, when trying to update my drivers for “Multimedia Audio Controller” which is what Windows calls the MOTU until drivers are installed and pointing it to search the folder with those files in, it says it can’t find any drivers.
Send a private message to supernova The archive also contains additional documentation not found in the user manual for some product models.
Traveler users who do not have the version 1. Find More Posts by supernova So if you like, drop me a line off list and I’ll get you a price on one of ours.
MOTU PCI-324 Compatibility with a Windows PC
I’m putting together a mobile rig, and I’m thinking about going this route for several reasons, not the least of which is cost, and motherboard driver availability.
I know the card is old and dated, but I don’t have the money to go buying a motuu soundcard.
Supported MOTU products include: Regardless of anything or not, what you can also do is go into the device manager. Power down your MOTU hardware. I may just run XP to save the headaches and dollars.
The latest driver installer is for all their hardware, even the legacy products. I have not touched Win 7 yet, so Mofu am of little help. Those will all work just fine with a card. For the drivers, if you use a bit operating system, you can use those for XP even on win7.
– MOTU PCI Compatibility with a Windows PC
I tried it with Win7 and a gigabyte board but had no luck at all. I also doubt this will help, but if there is a any chance at all of success, this is how to start providing that no XP 64 driver is available, that is. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Supports Mac OS X