I have a new system for 2 weeks.
Win11 i912900k; 32Gb6000; MSI z690Unify; 2xFirecuda1Tb(OS, clients); 1xFirecuda4Tb(data)
Working fine like a rocket but I had an issue I tried to fix (some nuendo session corrupted)
So Gearspace kind forum users were concerned about my HD and asked me to do some tests (OCCT, CHKDSK, winfow integrity etc…) all were ok. And they asked to update BIOS. So I went to MSI for my z690 Unify And downloaded everything I could find there to install.
MAIN BIOS Ver. 7D28v11
- BlueTooth Driver
- Intel WIFI Driver
- Intel Management Engine Driver
- Intel Serial IO Drivers
- Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver
- MSI USB Audio FW Update Tool
- Realtek HD Universal Driver (include Nahimic Driver)
From there I pressed XMP in BIOS for ram (32Gb6000Mhz ok)
and on reboot computer seems fine.
BUT Nuendo is suddenly super laggy (can’t work) !
so, youtube, foobar, vlc… all audio is working fine with RME cards.
But Nuendo if ASIO Fireface USB is selected is laggy and plays no sound.
if I remove Fireface UC (only fireface 802) nuendo acts normal (but no sound, no level meter on tracks containing audio), no way to route sound)
if in nuendo audio system I select “No Driver” then nuendo acts normal (no lag,) but has no sound (and meters showing no audio level)
if in nuendo audio system I select “Genreric Low Latency ASIO Driver” nuendo acts normal (no lag,) but has no sound but meters are showing audio levels.
Any idea what is going on ?
I tried to reinstall the RME drivers.
Only thing I can try is to reinstall Nuendo ?
I just realised that my RME Fireface appears in the USB devices I can eject (like a USB stick) that’s weird ? don’t remember that.