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    Default M-Audio Audiophil 2496 pci(Mac\Win)

    Have anybody a full works driver for this sound card? official 2.0.5 for 10.4.6 not working
    Last edited by fununcle; 10-30-2006 at 07:35 PM.



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    There is no and neither will be working driver for any pci m-audio soundcard for intel macs. What you've tried is for the "old" powerPC apple machines. You should buy a firewire audiophile or other compatible device. (I don't think that somebody is going to write a driver by scratch for non-supported pci sound cards, but maybe...) I've sold my pci audiophile, and bought a firewire card. That's amazing...

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    Which firewire device did you get?

    I have a Firewire 410 and when I switch from using it on PC to Mac, it has to flash it with Mac firmware before it can work. When it does work in OSX if I use the volume icon in the Finder Bar, it takes a couple of seconds before the sound level changes because it moves the faders one at a time.

    When I go back to Windows, Windows has to flash firmware to make it work properly.

    Have you had similar experiences?

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    I have had this happen I stopped using Filewire solo in Windows because I had to get it sent in to be repaired after windows didn't flash it properly. Be Careful.......

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    Ouch. What were the symptoms in Windows that you had to send it back?

    For me it sounds like everything is played back at the wrong sample rate and all the output signal lights light up when playing back before Windows figures out it has to flash firmware.


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    To all thanks! I will be it bought new FireWire card..
    It's a pity that there is no support, and 4 thus it accustomed...

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    I'm using a firewire audiophile, and it's always refreshed with the different firmware when I'm switching between windos and osx. I have had no trouble with it yet, and this is the first forum where I read about this weird thing with refreshing firmware. Don't know what to do, I want to use it with both windows and osx...

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    Quote Originally Posted by st0ne View Post
    Which firewire device did you get?

    I have a Firewire 410 and when I switch from using it on PC to Mac, it has to flash it with Mac firmware before it can work. When it does work in OSX if I use the volume icon in the Finder Bar, it takes a couple of seconds before the sound level changes because it moves the faders one at a time.

    When I go back to Windows, Windows has to flash firmware to make it work properly.

    Have you had similar experiences?
    I had the same problem on a firewire solo and contacted m-audio about the problem. Their solution was that they don't support running the firewire for both platforms. I guess it is a similar problem in bootcamp.

    I use the hacintosh for music so I use the firewire there, then I enabled my built in sound card for windows. Then, I have them go through a preamp out to my speakers. Not the most elegant solution, but i works.

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    hi,

    how did u solve the problem?
    I bought the interface from a windwos user...now i wanna use it on my apple..but doesn't work..just flashing lights

    would appreciate

    vito


    Quote Originally Posted by swag01 View Post
    I had the same problem on a firewire solo and contacted m-audio about the problem. Their solution was that they don't support running the firewire for both platforms. I guess it is a similar problem in bootcamp.

    I use the hacintosh for music so I use the firewire there, then I enabled my built in sound card for windows. Then, I have them go through a preamp out to my speakers. Not the most elegant solution, but i works.

 

 

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