Vista 64 bits sound card

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  1. cyclerob

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    Do you have 64 Bit Vista intalled or is it just a 64 Bit processor with 32 Bit Vista installed?
     
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    Sorry... I wasn't clear! Yup... It's running on Windows Vista 64 bits and because of that, I can't use my 1814 with it right now... I contacted M-Audio support in Canada regarding those drivers and they don't know when they'll come out... So I'm seriously considering buying another sound card instead of waiting for god knows how long! From other treads on the net, it's seems to be a constant critic about M-Audio's drivers compatibility...
     
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    I have no experience with Axe Trak, but Cakewalk Sonar has supported a 64 bit OS for a couple years now. Their 64 bit resource page http://www.cakewalk.com/x64/default.asp has a list of interfaces with 64 bit support. Personally I use a MOTU 828 mkii with Windows XP x64 and Sonar 6.2.
     
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    Thanks for the tip about the cakewalk link!

    Grrrrr....! I'm still upset about M-Audio's inhability to make drivers available in a timely matter! Oh well...! I guess that's life!
     
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