Tascam dm-3200 with if-fw/dm compabilities

Discussion in 'Firewire PC Audio Interfaces and Control Surfaces' started by FrankyGio, Feb 10, 2024.

  1. FrankyGio

    FrankyGio New Member

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    Hi!
    I'm trying get my new (old) Tascam dm-3200 work with Cubase 12 on Windows 10.

    I have if-fw/dm sound card.
    IT work "perfectly" on Windows XP... I'm able to record multitracks and control my DAW with Mackie control decently... (only record Button and "F1 to F12" 's not Work) but...

    The problem here is that all my others controller didn't work with Windows XP.

    So, is there any chance to grab a beta Driver or method to make IT work on Windows 10 (as the if-fw/dm mkii card does)?
  2. Arjan P

    Arjan P Veteran

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    Do I understand you correctly, that you have an IF/FW-DM Mark I with the DM-3200? I'm not sure I ever saw that mentioned to be working in Windows 10, but the Mark II certainly does.
  3. FrankyGio

    FrankyGio New Member

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    (ho sorry fort m'y english hehe)

    Hmm d'ont know if it is the Mark I.
    On Tascam's site they call it if-fw/dm.
    That card operate normally the dm-24 console but work with the dm-3200.

    I found a possible solution.. i'm able to make it work in "F7" mode... Bypassing Driver signature .. So, Windows 10 is not able to verify the driver's signature... In my understanding.

    That's why I thought that a possible beta version of the Driver could Be Nice!

    This is the link on forum where I Found the solution:
    https://www.tascamforums.com/threads/if-fw-dm-driver-install-on-windows-10.8354/

    And the link of the Tascam card downloading page:
    https://tascam.com/us/product/if-fw-dm/download

    The Driver version 1.10 can work on Windows 10 (i've done the tricks and it's fine!) but I'll need to boot on "F7" mode everytime and... That's pretty bad

    If I find the way to make it better, I'll post here!

    If Someone find a better way, I am Welling :)
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