X32 and sample rate issue in Windows 10
Greetings! I am at my wits end trying to solve an issue. I am running Windows 10 with a pretty zippy system (includes 16 GB RAM and i7 quad processor). The Main drive is a 500GB SSD. The issue I am having is that is seems as though windows is locked to 48KHZ. As longas the X32 is in 48 Khz, everything is fine. I can play wav files, youtube, and do recording and mixing via Cakewalk (my DAW). The challenge is with a few older cakewalk projects that were recorded at 44.1. If I switch the mixer to 44.1, nothing will play (and it gives me errors). However, within cakewalk, I CAN set it to 44.1 within the software AND within the X32. My project will play fine. However, when I render it down, it has clicks and pops in it. I've done the typical things like remove all effect, problem persists. I have upgraded all drivers to the most recent (including 6.13 for the X32's X-UF drivers) and updates all firmware (inlcuding now running 3.08 on the x32). I've also played with the latency, to no avail. If I were to guess at the problem, it seems like a clock issue, with the computer NOT following the X32 when the sample rate is changed to 44.1. The weirdness of this sort of working within the DAW is a real puzzle (but maybe a clue to a smart person out there). A workaround is for me to do everything in 48Khz, but I really have a number of older projects in 44.1 that need to be finished too. I look forward to your suggestions.