Can someone running Windows 11 and using a Yamaha AIC128-D confirm your firmware version, and also your driver version (from Device Manager). Thanks in advance!
We just set up a new Win 11 Pro PC to replace the old Win 10 Pro PC. We installed the card and now every time I select the ASIO driver for the Yamaha AIC128-D in Studio Setup, Nuendo freezes. I noticed that the driver I installed said version 2.04 on the Yamaha website, but when I check in Device Manager it says version 1.81, which is odd. Our Dante card currently has firmware version 4.01 installed.
Do you know if you got that firmware version directly from Dante Controller? If you still have it available, do you mind sharing it (would be super-cool if you still had it!!)? I can’t find it anywhere. The highest Dante firmware version I can find is 22.214.171.124, and that’s bundled with the 4.0.1 accelerator card firmware from the Yamaha site.
Thx, in advance! Yamaha support is saying that they are experiencing heavy volume so it could be a while before they get back to me, so I thought I’d try the forum one more time.
It wasn’t an issue with the driver or the firmware. I was using a Thunderbolt PCIe enclosure (Sonnet Echo Express SE I) with the Yamaha Dante accelerator card and I guess that the accelerator card didn’t like being in it with Windows 11 because it worked perfectly fine with the Windows 10 PC that we are replacing. I also have a BlackMagic Decklink Mini Monitor 4K that was plugged directly into my motherboard’s PCIe slot, so I just swapped the two cards and now everything is working fine. The accelerator card is working perfectly plugged directly into my motherboard and the Decklink card is working perfectly in the Thunderbolt enclosure.