[LAU] hdspmixer: HwDep ioctl failed. Metering stopped
alex at neisis.net
Mon Feb 23 14:50:42 EST 2009
So, he isn't 100% sure how to check the firmware version. He is "definitely
using old firmware" and he thinks it is 011 / 151 as recommended. Can someone
tell me exactly how he can check it? He has access to a windoze boot.
Below is my conversation with him:
11:42 <@ jmej> i installed some drivers in windows - i'm definitely using old firmware - i can't say for sure which version.. but probably
011 / 151
11:42 <@ jmej> which seems to be one that's known to work
11:42 <@ jmej> the new RME software has firmware revision info in the about tab... the old software does not
11:43 <@ jmej> but when i run new software - it tells me to update my firmware (i didn't)
11:43 <@ jmej> and when i run the software that goes alon with 011/151 it seems to work fine
[he's talking about running it in windoze here]
On 0, Mark Knecht <markknecht at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 10:44 PM, Florian Faber <faber at faberman.de> wrote:
> > On Sun, 2009-02-22 at 19:51 -0800, Mark Knecht wrote:
> >> Please report back what version of firmware your HDSP has. you cannot
> >> use the more recent versions and may have to downgrade to an earlier
> >> firmware version to get correct operation. (More or less...)
> > That shouldn't result in this error message, but in strange channel
> > readings in hdspmixer itself.
> > Flo
> I'm just saying that if RME updated firmware 3 weeks ago and he's the
> first person that got a card with that on it then there isn't anyway
> any of us could know what it does for sure.
> It would be good if he reported what version of firmware had had so we
> could eliminate that as a potential cause of the problems he's having.
> It's ost likely not the root cause but it wouldn't hurt to know.
> - Mark
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