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Is Toneport UX1 compatible with a 64 BIT OS?
by RustyIbanez on 2009-07-03 02:48:18

I'm about to buy a latop from Dell who now only provide the option to get Windows Vista 64 BIT. Will my Toneport UX1 be compatible with this operating system?



Re: Is Toneport UX1 compatible with a 64 BIT OS?
by Rowbi on 2009-07-03 03:47:10

yes I believe gearbox and POD Farm are both fine with 64bit vista



Re: Is Toneport UX1 compatible with a 64 BIT OS?
by Line6Hugo on 2009-07-06 09:46:45

+1 to Rowbi

Regards,

Line6Hugo

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Re: Is Toneport UX1 compatible with a 64 BIT OS?
by coughdog on 2009-09-20 18:29:14

I just bought a Dell Studio 17 with Vista 64 bit and have problems with my UX-1.   I believe the issue is 64 bit.  Have you had problems?



Re: Is Toneport UX1 compatible with a 64 BIT OS?
by RustyIbanez on 2009-09-22 13:03:39

No I haven't had any problems, what sort of problems are you having?



Re: Is Toneport UX1 compatible with a 64 BIT OS?
by coughdog on 2009-09-22 13:39:21

Little static and skips every 4 seconds or so. What type if laptop do you have?  I have a dell studio with 4 gig ram. I disabled the wireless card, virus protection, automatic updates etc...and I'm still getting the problem.

Mark



Re: Is Toneport UX1 compatible with a 64 BIT OS?
by RustyIbanez on 2009-09-22 13:44:09

I have the same except I've got a 15 inch. Make sure your running in high performance mode (right click on the battery icon and clik on power options and then select high performance). Bring up the driver settings for the toneport in gearbox (edit, preferences, hardware, driver settings) and increase the buffer size. Hope this helps.



Re: Is Toneport UX1 compatible with a 64 BIT OS?
by coughdog on 2009-09-23 17:47:27

Thanks!!!  The key was ti increased buffer size close to medium!   I'm such a JA!




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