Is the cardbus adapter not x64 compatible or something? Using the same install procedure as many times before, I install the drivers, plug the card in, and it is recognized fine. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. I am pretty positive it is the Ricoh part. Do you think the ExpressCard version will do the same thing?
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What I had to do was raise my ASIO buffer size to when recording, and to or when working with plugins and effects in Ableton. The card works fine on other computers and Macs. I have tried all available drivers on Echo’s site, plus a beta driver from tech support, reinstalled component drivers from Lenovo support, disabled internal sound, tried ASIO4ALL, and nothing has worked.
Having a smaller buffer size will tax your CPU more and may cause audio drop outs and such. I am a fellow Cardbys user as well.
Message 10 of Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. At first I thought it might be the bit OS, but I recently tried the card on a friend’s Thinkpad with bit Vista and I encountered the same problems.
This is because even with asio, low latency is always a problem. Ripping my hair out over this one, and I hope you guys have some cardbux.
Message 4 of What is your ASIO buffer size? Message 9 of Its console shows up in the system tray, the little blue LED lights up on the card, and I can see all available outputs in the control panel. Believe me, I’ve tried a million combinations.
Ricoh R/RL/5C476(II) or Compatible CardBus Controller
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It will not play in Winamp, or anything else. I recently received a T and have been enjoying it very much aside from the DisplayPort audio issue, but let’s not get into that Register Sign In Help. Using the same install procedure as many times before, I install the drivers, plug the card in, and it is recognized fine.
I want to get the indigo as well, but the iox version, so expresscard and 1 i, 1 o. To be sure, I’ve come to this forum after doing other research, Googling, and tech support. How about you go ahead and order that and let me know how it works? Also, if you look up Creative’s latest Cardbus soundcard, I think it specifically states it is incompatible with our caardbus Ricoh rocoh, which leads me to believe the thing is just a crappy part. Message 5 of T – Choose to drain external battery first [Feature Request].
Anyone have an idea?