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    Greetings all,

    My first post since I am in desperate need of getting this to work without static. So, basically what I have done is I have tried my Mackie Onyx FW Audio interface on both my Legit MBP and myHack installed on an Asus P5KPL-VM setup with a Via VT6306 FW PCI card. I was able to test the audio interface docked and undocked on the MBP and can get audio to sound crystal clear...

    However on the myHack setup, I am getting static upon the output of the Onyx. I have swapped cables as well and on the myHack setup I hear static. The myHack setup recognizes the Onyx but sometimes I have to turn off the Onyx and then back on in order for it to show up under Firewire from the More Info.

    Anyone have any suggestions? Is it possible that the FW PCI card is flaky and I should get another, like the Dynex one from BB?

    Regards,

    h4m2t3r



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    Well not so much, but I dug out a USB Creative X-Fi audio interface and used that for audio and it works without static.

    So I am sort of lead to believe that it could be the PCI FW card. I am tempted to go and spend the $40 to replace this Via one, but I would like to get feedback from you all first.

    regards,

    h4m2t3r

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    Default No Sucess Onyx FW Audio Interface clarity

    I went to the Best Buy today and picked up a Dynex PCI FW card and the system recognized it without a hitch. However, the problem with static on the output with sound is still present.

    I did even move the card to a different slot and the problem still exists. I am wondering if this is a PCI FW issue. I am almost certain that if the FW port was onboard that I would not have a static issue. Could it be that the PCI slot should not be set to auto?

    -h4m2t3r

 

 

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