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    Default Ishow

    Hi everyone. New to this forum,

    am lookimg for help on ishow 2.3.

    i can load the software fine but the computer will not pick up the usb interface. I have tried 3 different versions of windows 7 in 32bit with no joy
    tried on windows xp, it loaded the driver, then it disappeared straight away.

    has anyone managed to do this successfully, if so are you able to provide me with a step by step guide, or let me no what I could be doing wrong

    had theolder version but sold it, and have a show in 2 days, eekkkk

    many thanks

    steven

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    You have an issue sitt the driver for the DAC. I dont have the exact manual, but remember that google helped me to antall om win7. There are quite a few step by step manuals out there.

    Better yet, get Spaghetti and a riya DAC for the next show.
    Last edited by Datsurb; 03-12-2015 at 13:36. Reason: idea comes to mind
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    On Windows 7 it won't install the driver by itself. After you plug in the DAC go into device manager and search for the iShow DAC. It should show that it has a problem. Then right click and install the driver by browsing to the CD and selecting the driver. That always works for me.

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    I dont have the exact manual, but remember that google helped me to antall om win7. There are quite a few step by step manuals out there.

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    Have you tried iShow 3.0? Not sure, if USB is still supported - the new DAC is a NET Version. But maybe there is Support for older DAC.
    The Interface Looks much better - but it's still iShow ;-)
    Alex - no one does it better

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