asked Nov 01 '14 at 16:03 by houseboy (0)

edited Nov 01 '14 at 21:00

Hi !

Im getting a bluescreen everytime i close Bitwig on Windows 7 or i start a saved projects. its equal if it is on my notebook or on my workstation... - latest Bitwig 10.0.15. hmmm... on linux it works nice, but record/play (Arturia Keylab 49)... knobs are not working...

any ideas/plans.

thanks, markus

Bluescreen when you close Bitwig sounds like an ASIO driver problem. What audio interface are you using? Try to get the latest drivers and see if that fixes the issue.

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answered Nov 02 '14 at 02:26 by kzantow (316)

I'm Using a MOTU 828MkII on my Workstation and on my Notebook a Tascam US-224 (ofcourse the Tascam interface is a bit old, but works nice for years with NI Complete, ...). The Tascam Driver is installed on booth systems, but only used on the notebook.

Since there are no updates for booth Interfaces (Tascam & Motu) there is no newer driver...

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answered Nov 02 '14 at 09:59 by houseboy (0)

HI!

Only when the Tascam US-224 Soundinterface is turned on, the Bluescreen occures... - While i turned it off and closed Bitwig, it s closing now normaly. :-)

Workaround is working and i can live with it. - Thanks for your Input!

br, markus

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answered Nov 02 '14 at 13:48 by houseboy (0)

Ah, okay maybe this will work for my bluescreen issue...but not sure...Focusrite Scarlett MixControl runs sometimes with FLStudio...i have a eye on it....thx for idea...

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answered Apr 15 '16 at 11:07 by BlackHoleNFO (166)

I used to use tascam fw1884, I had to use the legacy firewire drivers and I had blue screens allot, is your interface firewire? I recently bought a new interface, audient id14 which is usb 2.0 and have yet to see a blue screen. I wonder if it is just Tascam drivers....?

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answered Apr 21 '16 at 04:10 by LFO (40)

My Tacam US-224 Interface is using USB with legacydrivers... - since i have also a motu, ofcourse i disconnected my Tascam interface und used my MOTU 828MK2. it is just the old tascam driver...

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answered Apr 21 '16 at 22:13 by houseboy (0)

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