I'm successfully using the FP10 in Win8.1.
- Does anyone use this interface on Win10?
I currently use a laptop with a Thunderbolt port and the additional Firewire adapter.
It's super stable and I don't even remember it ever losing 'sync' in this configuration.
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Not currently, but I my FP10 ran fine on Win10 before I sold it.
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Yes, I do, it works fine. You have to install the driver in Win7 compatibility mode. I use two daisy chained.
I had more trouble when I built a new PC with this-year's hardware (Asus Z270-A MB|, i7-7700 cpu) - two separate brand-new TI-chipset firewire cards (one cheap, one expensive) didn't work. A card with a VIA chipset works perfectly.
I am using windows 10 64bit. However it isn't fully functional, I can only get input from channels 1, 2 and 3.
Output seems fine.
with latest drivers and Studio One V3
FP10 driver was installed using compatibility settings for windows 7, but still shows up as 'FirePod ASIO 64' in Studio One.
Anyone else seen this problem? suggestions welcome.
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