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Esto es un problema actual si usted hace música en una computadora de Windows.
Aplique por favor nuestros consejos de optimización para Windows XP para resolver
el problema (desafortunadamente solamente en inglés):
in order to isolate the root of the issue, here is a detailed step by step guide
for troubleshooting. In order to follow each step carefully, we recommend to print
First, please make sure to use the following settings in Traktor and for your
audio interface. These settings are a good starting point since they should work
also on older machines which are not so powerful.
- Set the latency to higher value (1024 samples). If you have a Native Instruments
audio interface set "standard latency" in the ASIO Settings panel.
- For Audio8DJ users: Make sure you have chosen the ASIO driver named "Audio 8 DJ
(ASIO)" as audio device (Preferences / Audio Setup), NOT the DirectSound driver
named "Audio 8 DJ (8 In, 8 Out)"
- Deactivate Key-lock in Traktor.
- Disconnect all unused USB devices from your computer.
In the following we list some essential tunings for Windows XP which we recommend
to do first. Some of these include to deactivate specific components on your
computer. We ask you to try this out in order to isolate the source of the issue,
even if you require this component for your daily work.
1.) Adjust Power Management settings
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Power Management.
Please set the Power Scheme to "Always On", and set "System Standby", "Turn off
hard disks" and "Turn off monitor" to "Never".
2.) Download and install "Speedswitch":
In Speedswitch set the Power to "max." für AC und Battery.
3.) Disable the power saving option of the USB ports
In your device manager (control panel/ System/ Hardware), right+click each "USB
Root Hub", choose "Properties > Powermanagement" and untick the "allow the
computer to turn off this device to save power" option.
4.) Disable some components on your computer as a test
IMPORTANT: Here is a list of devices that you should NEVER deactivate since these
are essential components required by Windows: System timer, Keyboard, System
CMOS/real time clock, Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System, Numeric data processor,
Primary IDE Channel, Secondary IDE Channel, Graphics Controller, Ultra ATA Storage
Controllers. In general, you should not deactivate anything which is listed in the
branch "System Devices".
Right click the "My Computer" icon on the desktop > Properties > Hardware > Device
In the Device Manager right click a component and choose "deactivate" (NOT
The following components are worth trying to deactivate first:
- Network adapter
- WLAN cards
- Bluetooth ports
- Infrared Ports
- Video cameras
- DVD drives
- Any third party component which is not an essential part of the system (be
careful and only deactivate those which you know and which are not required for
Windows to boot).
5.) Download and run the "dpclat.exe" application form the http://www.thesycon.de
website. Let it run for one or two minutes and let me know, what exactly it shows
(or send me a screenshot).
Liviu, Native Instruments Support Team
NATIVE INSTRUMENTS GmbH
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D-10997 Berlin, Germany
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