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  1. P.S. This didn't help me with IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL problem, but still))
  2. I figured something out about these problems. 1. This is definitely a problem with a driver because it can't handle any data loss during data transition through USB. I may be wrong but in Windows 7 when you unplug the processor during a session in DAW, your system works for about 10 seconds and then it hangs, BUT - blue screen of death doesn't occur. In Windows 10 when you unplug your processor, your system immediately shows blue screen with SYSTEM_EXCEPTION error no matter what port you use. It is definitely a problem with a driver code, but it can give you an idea that something is wrong with your computer. It's like - if you have a perfect USB data delivery bit-to-bit, you won't experience this bug. 2. So what I did in my case is - I tested some of the USB ports on my PC, and the front ones appeared to be faulty (they're just unstable - even USB flash disks disconnect during copying some files). I decided that the root of my problem may be very high ripple of data signal on these ports (voltage is OK). To test my idea, I have changed my old power supply unit to a new Corsair RMx and placed different videocard instead of my usual Vega 56. Voila - ports worked excellent, but there's more - I haven't got any BSODs yet in DAWs using ASIO. I also usually use a rear USB port for my processor now, no issues as well (I used USB ports on a front panel before, need to try them now). 3. To stabilize even more, I used DPC Latency Checker and LatencyMon to find problems if there're any. I found out that Intel Gigabit adapter caused DPC latency spikes, so I updated the driver which helped me to neutralize them. I do not know if it helped a lot, but I think this was a problem as well.
  3. Just FYI - ASIO itself is NOT a driver, it's a protocol. Search for a wiki explanation what it is so you could have a more competent conversation with people who get some idea with IT.
  4. Are you kidding? :) Without ASIO the processor is simply a useless piece of junk, why do you need an audio device which doesn't work with DAWs? If you're talking about ASIO4ALL, then you're wrong, the problem occurs no matter if you have ASIO4ALL installed or not (I would be surprised if it would be another way because if you don't choose ASIO4ALL as your ASIO driver in DAW it just doesn't start and that's all).
  5. I've been struggling with this problem for 5 years already. Driver seems to work fine in Windows 7 but in Win 8.1/10 you must be super lucky to make it work correctly. Here's my statistics: - Laptop with Core i7 3610QM + AMD Graphics - Win 7 works absolutely fine, Win 8.1-10 - BSODs occur when you use USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 works fine but stutters occur sometimes); - Desktop with Xeon e3 1270 v2 + Asus B75M PLUS + different NVidia cards - no issues with any system and any combination; - Desktop with Core i7 4770k + Asus Z87-K + GeForce GTX 760 - no issues with any system and any combination; - Desktop with Ryzen 2600 + Asus X470 Prime Pro + GeForce GTX 1070/Radeon RX Vega 56 - absolutely IMPOSSIBLE to stabilize. I've got only two frontal USB 2.0 ports and they don't help too. At the moment it is impossible to use POD HD500 as an audio interface with ASIO at all, because I can't finish recording ANY track. I didn't try Windows 7 because I NEED Win10 for different apps, it's my main desktop at the moment. But I tried reinstalling Win10 from scratch which of course didn't help. I don't have this issue with audio interfaces from other vendors. From my experience, absolutely NOTHING helps.
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