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Re: Windows XP and HHb Portadisc MDP500

Subject: Re: Windows XP and HHb Portadisc MDP500
From: John Knight <>
Date: Sat, 7 Jun 2003 13:11:43 -0700 (PDT)
Marty, how are you digitizing from the line outputs?

Marty Michener <> wrote:
At 09:34 AM 6/7/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>have a lot of experience with this issue. I am in the middle of the same
>issue with Dell. The problem is, my laptop (HP) is also running XP and it
>recognizes the HHb via USB and I don't have any problems. I called and 
>talked with
>HHb on Wed of this past week and they said it should work just fine with XP.
>Unless something changed with XP in the past couple months there is no reason
>why it shouldn't work.
>I am also interested in what others are experiencing this issue.
>Stan Tekiela
>Author / Naturalist
>Wildlife Photographer

My XP is the only computer in the house that never recognizes my HHb 
Portadisc.  It has no less than five USB ports and none of them recognize 
it or correctly load any drivers. And the riot is everyone said about xp: 
Finally PC's got USB right!!!!

If I cared more about "digital to digital" I would investigate it.  I am 
not working on any critical project at the moment, so I just digitize from
the line outputs from the HHb and the result sounds and looks fine to me.

my best regards,

Marty Michener
MIST Software Associates PO Box 269, Hollis, NH 03049  - Software that migrates with you.


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