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Multibridge Pro and Vegas 9
by dean weily on Mar 21, 2010 at 6:30:33 am
The subject says it all, I have to render out a project and just installed BM multibridge pro. does not seem to show up, any suggestions greatly appreciated.
1. Most modern Windows hardware and their programming installs require that you delete what the new Pro`s predecessor, (hardware, software, or anything previously in it`s slot or device) if any, is.
2. When you reboot the machine, go into the setup bios and make sure that you try to use settings that are reaching for your new hardware and any "hub", "slot", or "device" in between it and your Pro, if any. Words like, IRQ (number), or address, are common terms.
3. As you exit the saved setup it`s time to pray against running into the detection conflicts you just tried to avoid.
4. As Windows boots, usually you kill off "found new hardware" icons or windows then drop in your installing software for the MultiBridge Pro until the software tells you to stop, remove the software, shut down the machine, plug in and turn on your Pro, then continue the hardware installation by following the directions on hand. There can be minor exceptions to killing off all "found new hardware" icons previously described such as if the machine (usually Windows or Vegas) discovers you`ve plugged in the PCIe hub card and installs it before you hook up the Pro.
5. If there are no conflicts, you are probably somewhere towards finishing the hardware installation; If you hit a conflict, then you might have to remove the hub card and Pro then delete their conflicted install, then look into the bios for a next try of adjustments or even moving the hub card to another good slot if possible. Sometimes adjusting the bios between "optimal performance" settings and "regular performance" settings adjusts IRQs and other conflicts off the conflicts icebergs in the blink of an eye. These are typical modern installation directions. Usually you should install your machine this way without being hooked to a network or internet, otherwise competitors installing problems or problems getting reinstalled repeatedly can be common.