I’ve recently bought a condenser mic, along with the Steinberg UR12 setting up in my studio in hope to record better sounding music, however… I’ve been having serious issues with the Yamaha USB Driver that is needed for the device, and has had a frustrating fortnight as a result.
After the driver installation, along with a reboot to make sure my system runs smoothly. Whenever I plug the device into the computer, it results in the Blue Screen of Death each time after a couple of minutes from logging in. At first I had the 32-bit one installed, but then because of the crashes, I decided to uninstall and remove every trace of it, and then a fresh install of the 64-bit one, hoping that will help with the issue (my OS is Win 7 64-bit).
This time, I followed EXACTLY every step mentioned on the tutorials that the PC should first be turned OFF, then turn on the device (UR12 in this case), plug it into the PC, THEN, turn on the PC.
With a smooth startup, I managed to log in with NO problems whatsoever and everything showed that it was CONNECTED. I then saw a pop=up message showing the usual windows “installing driver software for this device” and then once finished, it showed the green tick saying that everything’s fine and that the software for the device has “been installed correctly”.
Then, after about half a minute later, everything quickly froze again, and the Blue Screen of Death showed again.
Just letting you know that I DO HAVE Cubase AI Elements, including all the dependencies supplied from the installation package, version 7.
Just a heads up… I want to note that I have ALL my drivers updated for all other devices, and has Windows fully updated. Not to mention my specs being: 12 GB of Ram, Intel i5 3.10 GHz, ATI Radeon HD 6800 Series 1024 MB.
Any help will be greatly appreciated!