Saffire Range: PC Specific

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Previously computers or cards with Firewire 400 ports, which are featured on the Saffire Line of Interfaces, were common. Today most of the computers on the market that do feature Firewire have a...
Open 'Sounds and Audio Devices' from the main Control Panel. Once open, you will see several tabs labeled 'Volume, Sounds, Audio, etc'. Select 'Audio' and set Saffire as your Default Device Change...
Make sure you have Windows sounds turned off - these play at 22kHz so may cause the Saffire to drop when played.
There is a IEEE 1394 (firewire) driver patch available for Windows XP SP2. Even if you have automatic updates turned on, you will still need to manually download and intall the update Please go to...