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Help with Tascam Us122L comp crashes after install

Discussion in 'Recording' started by yarko75, Aug 15, 2007.

  1. yarko75

    yarko75 Guest

    I am using windows XP Home on my acer aspire 5630 lap top, each time I try to install my tascam with the 1.03 updater it crashes on me. I installed windows Xp home as a second operating system so that i can run my tascam 122L, but unfortunately i wasted my money :( I believe it could be a driver that is installed on my laptop thats causing the crash but im unsure of it.

    Chipset Type : Mobile Intel 945GM Express
    Data Bus Speed : 533 MHz
    Intel Core 2 duo processor 1.6GHz 2Mb L2 cache

    here is the code when the blue screen comes up
    0xc0000005, 0x00000000, 0xF7A157c8, 0xF7A154c4

    Afterwards i go to device manager and there are many devices with an exclamation mark

    The devices that have an exclamation mark are: (acer orbicam)
    (HL-DT-ST DVDRam GSA T10N)
    (HDaudio soft data fax modem with smart CP)
    (midi device)
    (Realtek high definition audio)
    (Tascam us122L)

    Could it be possible that my tascam is not compatible with these things, or not compatible with my lap top?

    How do i know what sort of things the tascam is not compatible with?

    Please help, i already spent many hours trying to fix this, but came with no luck.
    Thank you in advance, and sorry for the lengthy topic. :D
     
  2. cathode_ray

    cathode_ray Active Member

    I've had issues with Vista-ready" motherboard(Athlon dualcore, ASUS MB, XP Home). The chipset has a lot to do with it.
    I use an older US-122.

    Technology is great - when it works.
     
  3. yarko75

    yarko75 Guest

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  4. yarko75

    yarko75 Guest

    Well i finally managed to fix it, if anyone gets the same problem heres how you fix it:

    I reinstalled windows XP Home but I didnt install any of the drivers (Right-click on "My Computer" go to manage and under device manager there should be a list of unassigned drivers
    http://i242.photobucket.com/albums/ff132/yarko75/untitled.jpg

    The computer that I was running (acer Aspire 5630-6895) for some reason didnt let me install My tascam 122L,

    I am not sure which driver is causing it to crash but, i suspect it has to do something with the chip set driver

    It could be either one of the PCI Flash memory, PCI device, SM bus controller, or video controller, it could be also the realtek high definition audio, but

    im not sure, anyhow all you have to do is reinstall XP home but not install any of the unassigned drivers.

    Heres a list of What could be causing your computer to crash:
    Mobile Intel(R) 945GM Express Chipset Family
    Plug and play monitor (Doubt it)
    SCSI and RAID Controllers
    Realtek High Definition Audio
    One of the IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers
    HDAUDIO Soft Data Fax Modem With Smart CP

    After a successful install, install cubase it will say "no audio input" and "no audio output", all i did was restarted the computer, and it worked fine.

    Cheers 8)
    Technology is great when it works :)

    :D :D
     

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