I realize this probably isn’t the right place to post this, but it’s the closest I’ve found after searching for almost an hour. You could have a look at those. So I will do some testing. User Name Remember Me? Acknowledged In progress Doesn’t need answer Answered. Samuel Clement December 12, There is an issue for windows 8.
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Community-powered support for M-Audio. Alfonso Fernandez February 08, That driver page is gone.
Brian November 10, Dejan Vizant January 03, The time now is This appears to be working for me – Sonar is seeing the interface – however, I am yet to test it The device has a firmware date of User Name Remember Me? Did you try any of the links above to the older versions?
Failed to open the audio device “M-audio USB ASIO.” in Ableton live 9 and MobilePre
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sudio One has to search elsewhere to learn that auxio earlier model call it Gen 1 or Mk 1 is not supported by Avid; however, it would have been easy to write that here the above link and additionally, where one can go to get previous driver versions for it. Running Windows 7 Sp1 64 bit and after installing the driver from Paul’s link, I’m able to capture great sound in Audacity. All this does not work in windows 8 or In fact, it would take less time to write something helpful that it is taking me to write this Reply.
There is an issue for windows 8. Also, on Avid’s site previous owner of M-Audio brand: The following products were not included with this acquisition, and will be marketed, sold, supported and serviced by Avid moving forward: That said, try installing the Windows 7 drivers and see if it works for you.
I found these drivers for PC and work.
M-Audio MobilePre USB 64 bit ASIO driver
Send a private message to afrank. As you may be aware, M-Audio was recently acquired by inMusic brands.
This works, from Paul’s solution, above: