Users browsing this forum: Go to Details tab. Then we will be on to making this work. Refer to update notes. It uses the old PCI card, which I know isn’t officially supported in 64 bit systems.

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• MOTU PCI on Windows 7

And the Oscar goes to Use this install if you are using one of the supported interfaces below, and are running OSX The archive also contains additional documentation not found in the user manual for some product models. After install completes, power up your MOTU audio interface.

Traveler users who do not have the version 1. Traveler users can also install the Traveler Hardware Update version 1.

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Refer to update notes. Now, when trying to update my drivers for “Multimedia Audio Controller” which is what Windows calls the MOTU until drivers are installed and pointing it to search the folder with those files in, it says it can’t find any drivers.

Supported MOTU products include: Change the dropdown box to say “Hardware Ids”. Sat Dec 29, Unstuff with Expander version 7. So I’m pleading for help. Pcj and double-click installer, enter OSX Administrator password, and follow on-screen instructions.


The minimum required legacy Windows versions are Vista SP2. Mac OS X version So I’m really annoyed and pissed off by this, and need to find a solution ASAP, which I know is possible as others have managed it unless the guy in that thread is a maniac or a liar, which I doubt. It works just as well as units costing several hundred quid or more, or at least it did until I upgraded to Windows 7.

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Anyone who has any suggestions, I moth willing to follow them to the letter if possible and describe in as much detail as needed what is going wrong and why.

I’ve upgraded my PC seemingly to have my soundcard unusable. Power down your MOTU hardware. Refer to Read Me file for important info. Right click on the card needing driver.


I know the card is old and dated, but I don’t have the money to go buying a new soundcard. But there’s a major issue which was holding me back, that I thought would be OK, but is now a major problem. It uses the old PCI card, which I know isn’t officially supported in 64 bit systems.

Google [Bot] and 1 guest. Then we will be on to making this work. I felt this was enough to not bother and just stick with XP, until I read this thread, saying it would work if I did it manually: Board index All times are UTC.

Copy everything now shown in the value box to a post here. To say this easily, IF a huge if here you can find a 64 bit Mottu driver, let me know. Windows 98Windows MEWindows