I ended up formatting/patitioning/installing hddriver on my internal 512mb Kingston CF card housed in an iodata idsc21-a adapter with my registered version of hddriver 8.21.
I used an external scsi enclosure with a 1 gb seagate scsi drive formatted with hddriver 8.21 but then partitioned with the scsi tool supplied with cubase cbx. It defaulted to 4 partitions of 256mb. The CBX manual states that 256mb is enough to record 25 mins of stereo recording.
I then just followed the connections in the CBX manual for wiring it all up setting the scsi id on the CBX to 6, and the host switch to midi.
Then i powered on the scsi devices (the CBX and the external scsi drive), followed by the TT. I then booted cubase cbx and it fired up without errors. I am now able to go into my audio hardware settings in cubase and change settings on the CBX no worries. I tried a small audio recording and it works absolutely great!
Shredder11 wrote:Yes 4MB is definitely needed to run Cubase Audio on a STE and Falcon 030, infact for any machine I guess. Apparently 4MB on the Falcon 030 runs Cubase Audio faster than if you have 14MB. My 14MB boards have a switch to select 4MB or 14MB operation.
Dal wrote:I ordered a SCSI interface from http://shop.inventronik.de/store Was also tempted to buy the Gigafile, I'll get it next month out of my bonus.
I have SCSI drives here so should be up and running with the CBX soon.
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