Hello, I had heard a while back that Win2000 wasn't able to process or play properly any audio of greater than 16 bit resolution. does anyone know this to be the case? Are you using 2000 without any problems? I was thinking of moving to 2000 from 98SE. Thanks, DE
I used W2K for a while with good results recording 24 bit audio. The limitation that bugged me was a max of 8 or 10 (I don't recall) stereo devices, so I couldn't use all 24 tracks of my interface. I never needed to record that many, but when I good deal on a copy of XP came my way, I upgraded.
If you do install W2K, make sure you bypass the automatic config on install and setup your PC as a STANDARD PC - you don't want W2K on ACPI. It doesn't handle the interrupts as well as XP.