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Thanks everyone ! It  was the cable.


Il sabato 27 giugno 2015, Richard Sales <richard@glasswing.com> ha scritto:
In my experience, try to minimize plugging and unplugging anything but rugged stuff like guitars and kbds.  
Many reasons for this. 
If it was me, I would always shut everything down before unplugging.  And then, always plug everything back in while shut down, then turn on.  Don't have Fireface and have never used one, but sometimes these I/Os etc don't like being unplugged/repluggedwhen on.   
Of course, you're using a laptop and it probably moves around.  Embarrassing, but I've never used a laptop for audio stuff!
You WILL figure it out.  Have faith!

On Sat, Jun 27, 2015 at 5:47 AM, Simeon Harris <simeonharris40@googlemail.com> wrote:
it’s the cable. it’s always the cable.

>> 2015-06-27 11:48 GMT+02:00 Fabio_A <eterogenus@gmail.com>:
>>> Yesterday night I unplugged from my MacBook power cables, USB cables and
>>> the Fireface 400 to 800 adaptor cable (standard Belkin cable) and used ìt
>>> for an hour or so for mixing work.
>>> This morning, after I re-connected all my gear, the RME fireface is NOT
>>> recognized.
>>> The "host" led in the front of the RME audio interface shows a red color -
>>> instead of orange.
>>> In fact, I can't get NO sound and when I open Bidule, after a few seconds
>>> loading, a window appears with the message "audio driver times out on play".
>>> I've tried to switch All the gear off and on, unplugged and plug ed the
>>> cables, but the problem still persists.
>>> Fact is that I have a gig in the next 7 days and I really don't know how
>>> to solve this weird problem.
>>> Any help would be deeply appreciated.
>>> -Fabio

richard sales