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Average rating: 2.7 out of 5
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Marek a professional user from Poland writes:
Does anyone have Tahiti win98 driver? I love the sound digitized by this old grandpa but I am not willing to downgrade to win95 any more ... Can anyone share this 98 driver? Someone wrote here about that driver on Sonic Foundry page. I browsed it w/o positive result. HELP !!! I really love resoution of that wreck :)

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-31-2003 at 21:21
Johan a hobbyist user from France writes:
I have a Pinnacle rev-E since July 1997 and it had ran very good with a twin-pII under NT4.. My Pinnacle had full-options installed : S/PDIF interface, 48 MB fast-page memory and I finally add a little Yamaha DB50-XG on the waveblaster port. The driver used was the v.4.05 .

But, since the end of 2001, i had problems to start windows, probably when the recognition sequence of the Pinnacle. During 2002, I upgraded my twin-pII to an Athlon XP 1700+ with a Tyan Trinity motherboard (VIA KT133A) to get the ISA connector for my Pinnacle.. It worked with still problems for a few weeks and it finally crashed by being not recognized with this message : "The PnP board adress is wrong".. Impossible to install any Pinnacle driver, for any windows version.

I had experienced W2K install, the same way that TBeach described it on the FAQs pages : the driver may be installed as it is used to be under NT4.. It works, but may hang when using the Pinnacle's specific mixer.. No problem with windows' one.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-07-2003 at 22:25
Robert Helm a hobbyist user from UK writes:
I give the Pinnicle 4 points as I have been using it for the last 5 years or so and it allows me to do everything that I need it to do. The sequencer software is a pile of kack and I don't know why they bothered when you can get professional software from Steinberg. I found it easy to install on Windows 98 and even got it to work on NT4 but am now having problems to get it work on XP it is not picking up the midi drivers. I found the card easy to use with Cubase VST and got some pretty good results but have to admitt the support of the card really does suck why are they not developing any drivers for Windows 2000 or XP for existing users. Any drivers that are required can usually be found on the TB downloads we site if required but only from 95, 98 and NT4. you go through the steps to install for 2000 and XP and it's not having any of it. I don't think the problem is solely down to Voyetta's but Microsoft are now making a lot of hardware useable the hardware compatibily stinks and it's all creative labs with is all a pile of rubbish that I would not want to use. I have up graded to Cubase SX but that now requires Windows 2000 or XP very annoying!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-18-2002 at 11:38
Hugh P Unsworth a part-time user from UK writes:
Greetings, Iam about to buy a Pinnacle. I am a keen vinyl fan and merely want to record a lot of wav files (not MP3's) to disk for easier access throughout the house. My audio machine is a W2K box, can I get this card to function well under Windows 2000 or am I going to have to load an older operating systm. FYI I do not like XP.

Any help greatfully appreciated


Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-19-2002 at 22:11
jack a hobbyist user from United Kingdom writes:
Hi just wondering if the 'Turtle Beach Tahiti Soundcard' actually works in windows 98? I bought one second hand and i need the drivers?!! Please HELP!!!!!

posted Friday-Sep-06-2002 at 09:20
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