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Window 7 64 Bit / MOTU Traveler

Window 7 64 Bit / MOTU Traveler

Well, I’ve finally made the switch to a new computer running the latest 64 bit version of Windows 7. I have a new Intel Quad Core i7 920 based development machine and I have to say that so far I’m impressed. The whole OS feels really sharp and responsive, even with the full Aero theme running.

The first two apps to be installed were Firefox and Thunderbird. Both of these apps installed in less than a second!! The speed is literally staggering in comparison to my old single core 2.4Ghz Athlon 64 machine.

The new tweaks to the Windows UI are really nice, the jump menus are a really nice addition as are all the window docking options. I always disliked the way XP handled arranging multiple windows, feels much tighter and ‘thought through’ in Windows 7.

With all that said I have seen a few BSODs!! However, it is totally unfair to blame either than PC hardware or Windows 7 for this as it appears that my MOTU Travelers 64bit drivers are the source of these blue screens. I have just installed a newer set of drivers which were released on the 10th March so I’m about to give these a try and see it the systems behaves better.

All in all this is a very big thumbs up from here.

2 Comments

  1. avatar
    Rushin Steele · June 13, 2010 Reply

    I had my Motu Traveler hooked up to a Sony Vaio 64 bit system running Vista and it worked fine but the other day I upgraded the driver from Motu website and tried hooking it up to a Windows 7 32 bit system and it went crazy. I haven’t tried it on a 64bit Windows 7 system yet. I want to buy a new ASUS laptop …Windows 7 64bit. I’m afraid I’m going to have to buy a different Interface. PLease! let me know if you got your Traveler working on a 64bit Windows 7 system ?

  2. avatar
    Jammer · July 1, 2010 Reply

    Hi Rushin, Indeed my MOTU Traveler is working sweet on my 64bit Window 7 box now. I can totally confirm that it works, works better than it ever did on XP in fact. The new mixer is most welcome too.

    What problems are you experiencing on that platform?

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