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MetalFan777

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  1. I found a soulution to this problem. I dont know if it is deleting the drivers completely, but it makes them go away. I found it on the Cakewalk Forum. "To get rid of the Magix Low Latency ASIO driver: Go into the Registry... HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ASIO - delete the Magix Low Latency ASIO driver entry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\ASIO - delete the Magix Low Latency ASIO driver entry Note: If you've got a piece of hardware that functions as an ASIO audio interface (and you know you don't want to use it), you can use this same procedure to eliminate that particular ASIO driver." http://forum.cakewalk.com/Magix-Release-Soundforge-Studio-12-m3641328.aspx
  2. I had to uninstall Sound Forge Audio Studio 12 to get rid of the driver. It was interfering with the latency on my system. And I don’t want to make it work. I didn’t pay for it. I did pay for Sound Forge. I did install version 10 and it works much better.
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