As you know there can be issues when there is more RAM than XP supports.
Talk to the designer of this PC about that.
I have Sound Forge V8.d and I have been very happy with it until now.
Just built a new studio computer and installed Sound Forge.
When I try and open the program, the splash screen opens and then it freezes. An error box pops up that says:
EventType: BEX P1: Forge80.exe P2: 220.127.116.11 P3: 44316287
P4: deltasio.dll P5: 18.104.22.16857 P6: 45b8e502 P7: 0000463b
P8: c0000409 P9: 00000000
My computer is based on a Asus P8H77-V motherboard, Intel Core i5-3550 3.30GHz Processor, 16 GB Kingston HyperX Genesis DDR3 Ram and a Corsair 64 GB Solid State Drive.
I run Windows XP Service Pack 3
My soundcard is a M-Audio Delta 2496 running drivers specific to XP SP3
In case the error was in some way caused by my soundcard (P4: of the error message mentions deltasio.dll) I have tried to install Sound Forge V8.d with both the Service Pack 2 and 3 drivers but I get the same result.
I have also tried to install Sound Forge 7.0 which I still have from when I upgraded to V8 and I get the same error.
Can anyone help as Sound Forge is mission critical to me, I use it every day (when it was working).
Thanks in advance