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help with sesion producer usb and windows vista

Discussion in 'Computing' started by MarvinJ, Mar 8, 2008.

  1. MarvinJ

    MarvinJ Guest

    Help----Bought session in Dec. 2007. Loaded it, wouldn't work. Have windows home preimum vista 32 bit. 3gig ram 400 gig harddrive. have the newest drivers. Finally got it working ,had to download a new driver for vista. got to record 6 songs for people at church. when i tryed to start it again got this message ( no m-audio hardware found) contacted tec guys they said download the new drivers for vista which i did and still no luck. there still trying but maybe some of you have allready had trouble in this area. Any help would be great, thankyou marvinj :?
  2. Space

    Space Well-Known Member

    Jun 26, 2007
    Help me---what is session?

    What I got from searching is a USB m-audio session microphone. Is that what you refer to? If this is your item then USB and drivers that pertain to that are your most logical area to figure out.

    I am not familiar with recording software that goes under the title session.
  3. MarvinJ

    MarvinJ Guest

    the software is called M-Audio Session Producer. It comes with a usb mic.
    In order for the software to work youhave to plug the usb mic into a usb port, then the drivers are loaded, or thats the way its suppose to work. I have recorder 6 songs before the software stopped working. Mavin
  4. bent

    bent No Bad Vibes! Well-Known Member

    Oct 26, 2007
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    Maybe the mic is flawed and has died?

    Have you tried other USB connections, as well as other USB peripherals on the problem computer?
  5. MarvinJ

    MarvinJ Guest

    m-audio session producer

    Have try all usb ports which I have 7 on this computer, and a hub which has 7 more ports. this is a new computer. course i have vista on it. every thing has to be new to work and i guess some things that are new still want work with vista. thanks for your reply. Marvin :?
  6. Space

    Space Well-Known Member

    Jun 26, 2007
    Maybe you are running too much USB at one time?

    Do you use only the USB mic and unplug all other devices when you work?
  7. MarvinJ

    MarvinJ Guest

    Space, You can't use anyother divises when you run session producer. You have to turn every thing off in order to run the software. Thanks for your reply . Marvin........Its a huge program :)
  8. Space

    Space Well-Known Member

    Jun 26, 2007
    As a point of beginning, if it were my issue, I would unplug every item attached to the computer that runs via usb.

    Naturally if a keyboard and/or mouse use usb you would require them to remain plugged in.

    After I did all these things then I would plug the mic in and go from there.

    This reads like it is an on going concern, something is changing over a period and the software works. Then something changes and it doesn't work again.

    As an aside, I do not have vista software nor a usb mic. But I do use windows and I have run a usb device or two :)
  9. MarvinJ

    MarvinJ Guest

    Space thanks for the information. Yes I have unplugged every thing , other then what i need to run windows. Finally called M-audio tecs, waited allmost 2 hours on the phone before they came online. Must not be the only one having problems :eek: . They told me the only thing I might try is to get a self powered usb card and try it. What do you think about that. Anyway I have contacted HP for a selfpower usb card if they think I need one. You would think the box the software came in would state that you need a selfpower usb port, maybe they forgot to add that little note. :) Thanks again for you help, I think you were pretty close for figureing out this problem. Marvin
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