Ok so I things working again.auron wrote: ↑Sat Feb 15, 2020 2:50 amYes that KB4532693 made a real mess in my system. Somehow the driver fix seems to work but i still have that 44.1 /48 khz switch problem, i think it never was a problem in windows 7. I worry about the future updates of windows 10, so Babyface is a real nice idea as well and it is a nice mobile soundcard !entity330 wrote: ↑Fri Feb 14, 2020 11:36 pmSorry I didn't check for responses. Yes, ASIO *was* working.auron wrote: ↑Sun Jan 26, 2020 1:17 am
Was your Asio-Driver recognized correctly in your DAW? I still having trouble with my 1820m that there are no asio-driver available in Cubase (Patchmix and WDM Driver seems to be working btw.) or trying it with Cakewalk Bandlab is the same problem. Seems like after the Windows 10 update 1903 there is no chance to get those asio-driver back in Cubase (10.5) which is a real nightmare. I also checked that ctasio64 entry in regedit but without luck. One last thing could be, that the 1820m is still different to 1212m so it wont work. If you consider updating Window 10 in the future i think there can be updates that will destroy your drivers setup again , so in my case i may downgrade to Windows 7 ?!
To anyone who might care, I'm pretty sure KB4532693 just borked the driver. I tried rolling back the update, but no luck yet. If you have automatic updates enabled, I suggest you shut them off. I'm really debating just buying a babyface and throwing this thing out again.
Install the Windows update
Uninstall the driver
Install the EMU driver
Copy the XFi Titanium Driver files
Regarding 44.1/48 khz, I opened an old Sonar project using 44.1kz and set the Patchmix to use 44.1 and the internal clock, plays back with no issues.
At this point, I'm keeping an eye out on RME deals. If they release a UCX FS, I might just pull the trigger. Is it worth an extra $1500 bucks for drivers? I'm not sure, but this card has been a nightmare since I switched to Windows 7 from Windows XP. Creative, if you are watching this thread, you are going to have to really impress me to ever purchase one of your products in the future.