I have troubles getting my Clevo m860tu (Windows 7 64bit) to work with my Roland Octa-Capture UA1010 (USB audio interface).
The problem seems to be the configuration of my USB Universal Host Controller is “Intel 82801IB ICH9” – I’ve attached the log file of my system for further information.
The first culprit I had was the Nvidia Geforce 9800m GTS (http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=157614&st=520), the second was my WLan – Device and its driver! (http://co.native-instruments.com/forum/showthread.php?t=98536).
I could get rid of the audio dropouts (additionally dpc lat & latmon indicate no errors anymore), but my main issue, the crackles, remain.
I’ve found out two ways to eliminate the crackles, but neither of them is very satisfying:
The first one is starting a software that does some kind of scans (Latmon, Antivir, Spybot worked) and increases the CPU workload. The problem is I need 100% of my CPU power when I am producing music.
The second one is to go to the device manager and actualize the driver (even though it reinstalls exactly the same one). Makes me wonder if some sort of reconfiguration of the USB priority is done? The problem is I have to repeat this step after each reboot no matter which USB port I use.
As I am already trying the second Roland Octa-Capture UA1010 (which works perfectly on other PCs) the problem has got to be the driver configuration of my laptop.
As I am trying to solve this problem for almost two months now, I am really at my wits end and would be very happy if you could help me out with this problem.
sorry for my English: "to actualize" = "to update"