I just completed a "computer cleaning", with a fresh Windows 7 (32 bit) installation. I installed my audio Interface (Edirol UA-101) and a few VSTi's. The UA-101 can reproduce with no problem windows sounds and the standalone versions of the VSTi's I installed. Then I installed Forte 220.127.116.111 and it just doesn't see the Edirol driver. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the driver and Forte in different combinations with no luck at all. I installed ASIO4all driver and forte can see it, but only that one and not the UA-101 driver.
Does anyone have a clue about what would be this issue?
Thanks in advance!
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After a very detailed exploration of the hardware, I found out there was a small switch on the interface in a wrong (at least in my setup) position: Sample rate was set at 192kHz! that could explain the issue. Setting it to the usual 44.1 kHz did the trick, it would be interesting to check what's the highest sample rate Forte works with.
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