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    UAD-1 card on Windows 7 64Bit

    Hello!Can i use my UAD-1 card on my new computer(Intel i3,Gygabite Z77-D3H,8 GB memory,Emu-1212m pcie...Studio One Pro v2.,Win 7 64)in the idea,to not loose the card but have a profit of the 8GB memory? If it is possible wich is the procedure to install the UAD-1 on this new machine?And should i purchase j-Bridge?Wich version Studio One should i install,32bit or 64bit?Please help me!Thank's ,verry much!!!
    DAW,Studio One Pro v2,SPIKE XD-2,EMU 1212m PCIe,UAD-1,UA DCS remote preamp.WinXP pro 32bit Win7 Pro 64bit,MOBO Gyigabite Z77-D3h cpu i3 3th Generation,8GB Ram ect.

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    Re: UAD-1 card on Windows 7 64Bit

    i just sold my 3 UAD-1 cards on ebay (keeping my UAD-2 Quad of course). They ran no problems on Win 7 64 bit with Cubase 64 bit and j-bridge and same RAM spec as you with 8GBs. Highly recommend j-bridge - it's cheap, it works and it's easy to install. I'm still running on an old Intel Quad core Q9300 which is maybe 4 or 5 years old and it's solid as a rock. I don't know Studio One but with the objective of getting maximum benefit with your RAM usage I would advise installing the 64 bit version. Then you can use j-bridge to bridge any 32 bit plugins or virtual instruments into the 64 bit address space.
    Intel Core2 Quad Q9300 2.5GHz | Windows 7 Professional 64 bit | UAD-2 | Cubase 6.5 64 bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by aquamarine View Post
    i just sold my 3 UAD-1 cards on ebay (keeping my UAD-2 Quad of course). They ran no problems on Win 7 64 bit with Cubase 64 bit and j-bridge and same RAM spec as you with 8GBs. Highly recommend j-bridge - it's cheap, it works and it's easy to install. I'm still running on an old Intel Quad core Q9300 which is maybe 4 or 5 years old and it's solid as a rock. I don't know Studio One but with the objective of getting maximum benefit with your RAM usage I would advise installing the 64 bit version. Then you can use j-bridge to bridge any 32 bit plugins or virtual instruments into the 64 bit address space.
    Hope it's ok to dig up an old thread, I had the same question, and found my way here. If you're still around, aquamarine, thanks!
    Alexis

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