Erm, you know, I was wondering, has anyone figured out a way that you can get Gigasampler to ignore the Directx Echo driver so that there won\'t be a MFC42.DLL crash. But something you could do in real time, not having to enter the System Properties click the box and then reboot.
I\'d like to be able to switch from Giga to Generator (it uses the Directx driver) without having to reboot my PC.
You\'d think that Echo might have thought of this when they wrote the special 5.0 driver for Gigasampler.
I know one thing, if you go into Control Panel, Multimedia, and in the devices tab, go to Gina and select \"Do not use audio on this device\" and also select \"do not map through this device\", you can actually run Directx drivers, and Gigasampler will work both at the same time.
However, you won\'t have access to a)the Gina mixer and b)the MME drivers for things like Wavelab etc.
Jeez! There must be a workaround.
p.s. Is that really a picture of you on the Nemesys website Dave? You look just like someone I know. And not unlike the Scottish actor Angus McFadyen (from Braveheart, he he).
That\'s my picture allright! Jim took it through the window behind me in my office\\studio. Anyway, We don\'t know of any workarounds for toggling the direct x on and off. The only thing I can advise is a couple boot up configurations. One for GigaSampler and one for other things. When you reboot or first boot up, you get to choose the ones you want.
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