The other day I was about to record some vocal tracks when I realised my M-Audio Fast Track Pro was delivering a sort of "bitcrushing effect" sounds when monitoring the mix output.
I looked it up on the Internet and found out that It was probably because of some mess with the drivers (i had recently installed some new audio drivers for the pc).
So I downloaded some new drivers for the Fast Track Pro that were released a month ago. Anyways, I installed them correctly and then it started to update the firmware inside the Fast Track Pro (something that none of the drivers before did).
The thing is that it crashed while doing this and the firmware updater clearly stated not to interrupt the process, thing that happened when it crashed :(
Now my Fast Track Pro is not detected by ANY computer. Is there a way to revert this?
Thank you very much!!
omfg! you have to ask it on avid forum: http://duc.avid.com/
they will temm you to send your card to their repair service.
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