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lacokanostra

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I got this most up to date driver from this m audio site, and it sais it was installed fine and ready to use so i turn on my fast track pro, and it doesn't work....
So i go to device manager and go to sound and there is a yellow exlamation mark over the fast track pro and i go to properties and it said it may be corruped or missing code 39 what's this mean.........



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Sometimes the newest driver for a device is not always the best to go with. If you are having problems with it and the issue cannot be resolved, try rolling back to the old driver. This can be done by right-clicking the device in the Device Manager and going to Properties. Then go to the Driver tab and click Roll Back Driver. This will roll the driver back to the previously installed one.
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Won't work...what does code 39 mean?
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Run REGEDIT, open up the following folders:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
SYSTEM
CurrentControlSet
Control
Class
{4D36E965-E325 -11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}

After clicking on {4D36E965-E325 -11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} you should see two settings on the right-hand side:
"Upperfilters"
"Lowerfilters"

Click on each of them, press DELETE and click YES.

Reopen Device Manager and try again.
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Kay well I did that, and then uninstalled the driver, re installed it.

And I still get this...(picture below) but it sais in the bottem right corner the hardware has been installed....

but why does it still have that exclamation mark and is un-useable....


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Edited by lacokanostra, 21 May 2007 - 11:17 AM.

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Hmm...did the driver work fine before updating it? If so, do not use the new driver and keep using the old one that worked before. If a driver is working fine then you shouldn't update it because of the chances of something like this happening.
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Yeah it worked but not good the mic would always crackle when it shouldn't have sometimes so it needed to be updated but now it won't even work....so i don't know what to do? suggestions?
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Are you sure the driver was the cause of the crackling? Maybe it was the microphone itself or possibly a bad connection to the computer.
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nawh pretty sure it was the driver i have a top of the line mic and connection, i don't know what to do cause i can't roll it back cause ive installed and uninstalled this driver so many times....but it should work it's from the official M-audio site? maybe it's settings or something?
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Possibly. I'm not sure what would cause this issue. It could be malware or a virus. Have you ran scans for those yet? If not, look in the Malware forum for instructions on how to do a thorough scan.
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Yepp, did that.

I don't know is there anyone else on this site that knows why this might be happening?

I don't know to much about drivers but can i just download some other driver and it will work with the fast track pro?

Or do you probably need the official ones from the site.

Edited by lacokanostra, 21 May 2007 - 01:39 PM.

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Okay now I'm REALLY confused I was reading up on the official site and it sais this

http://www.m-audio.c...4bb230c809fef0c

And I just so happen to have Windows XP Media Center Edition

Is that that sais meaning it's compleatly uncompatable with my computer?

because i allready had it working....??? i don't getttttt thissssssss
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Its not supported meaning they can't help if you use it with WMCE. They cant offer support with problems if it is used on a WMCE computer
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Oh okay well, yeah i don't lknow maybe if i just wait somebody else will be able to tell me how to get it working thanks a lot for your time anyways though.
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