Hey is your firewire 1394a or b? Windows usually hates b.
Also I'd go into device manager and disable onboard sound for now.
And in Control Panel (or whatever, I'm not in my Windows 7 drive right now) set your default Audios to your MOTU.
Reboot, try it.
Also, there's no reason not to use latest TI drivers, at least if this dosen't work. As for deleting the Preference files, I'd do that last, if at all.- that's getting into voodoo.
My Fireface 800 works like a charm in 7 but I used Reaper for testing.
Wait, when you say you used legacy drivers do you mean like these instructions (courtesy of RME)
All our drivers and hardware can be used with Windows 7, both 32 and 64 bit. PCI and PCIe runs straight away. FireWire needs a small tweak.
Windows 7 seems to include at least three different FireWire drivers. As reported in other forums to make the Fireface (and others) run under W7 you just have to change from the incompatible default driver to the compatible one.
- Go to Device Manager, FireWire Contoller.
- Choose Driver, Update Driver Software
- A list pops up that (on our systems) showed three entries:
As for deleting the Preference files, I'd do that last, if at all.- that's getting into voodoo.
Corrupt prefs will whack a lot of things. No its not vodoo, your just not aware of it. Do it all the time. If the pref is screwed up it wont load up correctly since the cubase program boot looks at those everytime Cubase boots up