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    I was given a windows 7 64 bit PC , I tried to find a windows 7 driver for the card but was not able to .
    If any of you have this card and windows 7 , what driver are you using ?


    Thanks
    Nick

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    Re: delta 410 and windows 7 64

    A bit OT, but if it is win7 you can upgrade to win 10 for free. Maybe win 10 has a driver.

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      Re: delta 410 and windows 7 64

      Originally posted by nicholas_23 View Post
      I was given a windows 7 64 bit PC , I tried to find a windows 7 driver for the card but was not able to .
      If any of you have this card and windows 7 , what driver are you using ?


      Thanks
      Nick
      I looks like M-Audio has unified driver support.
      (I used to run a Maudio 2496 card).
      Go to "Legacy", then "Delta 410", then "Win7-64".

      http://www.m-audio.com/support/drivers

      I think they want you to install the drivers, THEN install the card.
      When the OS comes up the next time, the card should be ready to run.
      They are very nice cards.

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        Re: delta 410 and windows 7 64

        Thanks guys , I tried the driver page before posting here . I was not able to get the drivers page to load any drivers using the legacy drop down menu ( no drivers found )
        I did a google search and ended up on a M-Audio Legacy forum page where I found a universal driver for the Delta Series cards. Its loaded and windows sees it , now to try and install SE V 9.0 and see how that works .... fingers and eyes crossed

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          Re: delta 410 and windows 7 64

          Originally posted by nicholas_23 View Post
          Thanks guys , I tried the driver page before posting here . I was not able to get the drivers page to load any drivers using the legacy drop down menu ( no drivers found )
          I did a google search and ended up on a M-Audio Legacy forum page where I found a universal driver for the Delta Series cards. Its loaded and windows sees it , now to try and install SE V 9.0 and see how that works .... fingers and eyes crossed
          I hope you meant SE V19. I'm running a Delta 410 card on a Windows 7 64bit machine using the M-Audio Delta Driver 6.0.2 (x64). SE V20 runs fine. It's a Vista 64bit driver. http://m-audio.com/support/download/...2-v5.10.0.5074

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            Re: delta 410 and windows 7 64

            If you end up upgrading windows, version 6.0.8 has run well under Windows 8 x64, 8.1, and 10. All despite M Audio discontinuing support at Windows 8.
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              Re: delta 410 and windows 7 64

              Thanks all , the sound card is installed. Have any of you installed older versions of SE on windows 7 64 ? I dont want to run it in a virtutal enviroment but I guess if I have to
              Thanks

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                Re: delta 410 and windows 7 64

                I think V20 is the 1st SE version that works with 64-bit. I paid $25 to upgrade from V17 for that reason. Don't hold your breath for a virtual machine either as I think you're stuck stuck with the virtual sound card capabilities.

                Hope this helps...
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