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Former user wrote on 5/26/2009, 3:13 PM
Thanks for the headsup. I just updated my system with SP2 (all 547 megs of it ;-)

Jim
SHTUNOT wrote on 5/26/2009, 8:33 PM
Thanks dude.

Now I've updated to Vista 64 sp2...Windows media doesn't output audio...youtube videos are silent...vlc player=no audio...quicktime player the same...quintessential media player though works. With qmp I had to go into the audio preferences and setup it to use it's generic asio driver made for it.[separate download]. Now I have audio from it.

Those are my non critical apps.

I've tested mixing with Sonar 8.3.1 with good results. SF9 with the same. Haven't tried vegas 8.1 yet. Acid I'll test who knows.

I'll try to update these apps and see if it helps.

Try at your own risk.

Ed.
blink3times wrote on 5/26/2009, 8:50 PM
Installed fine for me... no issues at all.
Christian de Godzinsky wrote on 5/27/2009, 12:13 AM
Thx Kenny for letting us know. I have been waiting for this upgrade for a long time. Will download it today. Finally we should be able to burn Bluray disks - natively in Vista. What a huge leap for the mankind ;)

Christian

WIN10 Pro 64-bit | Version 1903 | OS build 18362.535 | Studio 16.1.2 | Vegas Pro 17 b387
CPU i9-7940C 14-core @4.4GHz | 64GB DDR4@XMP3600 | ASUS X299M1
GPU 2 x GTX1080Ti (2x11G GBDDR) | 442.19 nVidia driver | Intensity Pro 4K (BlackMagic)
4x Spyder calibrated monitors (1x4K, 1xUHD, 2xHD)
SSD 500GB system | 2x1TB HD | Internal 4x1TB HD's @RAID10 | Raid1 HDD array via 1Gb ethernet
Steinberg UR2 USB audio Interface (24bit/192kHz)
ShuttlePro2 controller

Former user wrote on 5/27/2009, 4:35 AM
Try at your own risk.

No problems on my system -- at least as of yet. Audio is working on all applications.

Jim
craftech wrote on 5/27/2009, 5:54 AM
For your convenience I have linked a list of download sites.

John
Editguy43 wrote on 5/27/2009, 7:58 AM
Craftech,


Your link takes you to a casino site better check your link before someone gets very upset that they were highjacked... :-)
Terry Esslinger wrote on 5/27/2009, 11:29 AM
Any Bets on whether it will work or not??:)
rtbond wrote on 5/27/2009, 12:49 PM
I took the "gamble" and installed Vista SP2. So far so good. No media player issues as indicated above.

--Rob

Rob Bond

My System Info:

  • Vegas Pro 18 Build 373
  • OS: Windows 10.0 (64-bit), Version: 10.0.19041
  • Processor: i9-10940X CPU @ 3.30GHz (14 core)
  • Physical memory: 64GB (Corsair Vengeance LPX 64GB (2 x 32GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 memory kit)
  • Motherboard Model: MSI x299 Creator (MS-7B96)
  • GPU: EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC ULTRA (Studio Driver Version =  457.30)
  • Storage: Dual Samsung 970 EVO 1TB SSD (boot and Render); WDC WD4004FZWX, 7200 RPM (media)
  • Secondary Display: LG 32UK550-B, entry-level 4k/HDR-10 level monitor, @95% DCI-P3 coverage
Editguy43 wrote on 5/27/2009, 1:16 PM
I installed it also and all bets are off I won it works Great...
John_Cline wrote on 5/27/2009, 1:30 PM
Craftech was making what he probably thought was a "clever" commentary on the risk of installing SP2.
Christian de Godzinsky wrote on 5/28/2009, 1:00 AM
Installed SP2 on Vista x64 and everything is smooth so far.

And FINALLY - MS has also fixed the the slow USB transfer problem in SP2. All my external USB hard disks performed before at 12Mbyte/s at best, now I'm back at 34Mbyte/s. Only this made the update worth the effort... But I just wonder how could they sc**w up this in the first place. Transferring data from location A to location B is a basic OS function... Goosh...

Christian

WIN10 Pro 64-bit | Version 1903 | OS build 18362.535 | Studio 16.1.2 | Vegas Pro 17 b387
CPU i9-7940C 14-core @4.4GHz | 64GB DDR4@XMP3600 | ASUS X299M1
GPU 2 x GTX1080Ti (2x11G GBDDR) | 442.19 nVidia driver | Intensity Pro 4K (BlackMagic)
4x Spyder calibrated monitors (1x4K, 1xUHD, 2xHD)
SSD 500GB system | 2x1TB HD | Internal 4x1TB HD's @RAID10 | Raid1 HDD array via 1Gb ethernet
Steinberg UR2 USB audio Interface (24bit/192kHz)
ShuttlePro2 controller

owlsroost wrote on 5/29/2009, 1:10 AM
Just installed SP2 on two PC's - OK so far, only issue I noticed was that on one PC (which has two sound cards) the Windows sound mixer levels and speaker setup were changed - easily fixed once you realise what's happened....

Tony
JJKizak wrote on 5/29/2009, 5:50 AM
Installed SP2 in Vista 64 and seems OK.
JJK