@Mazurek > Start by updating the Traktor software - go to Help > Downloads to update.
PIONEER DJM-T1 driver 1.04
My Pioneer DJM-T1 **(new firmware and driver) **STOPS when Traktor Pro 2.0.3 CPU is FULL (not PC CPU - is not the same) I must restart Traktor !!!
I think it's driver problem because when I use the NI Audio 4DJ and the CPU is full, Traktor PEEE and go again
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Gavin version 2.0.3 is the most stable. New versions have a lot of mistakes. Read NI forum.
If DJM-T1 works with TSP1 ?
@Mazurek > If you're having issues on 2.0.3 then it might not be the most stable for you. I would consider following what @Gavin mentioned and update.
Foster 2.0.3 version is the most stable for all users (look NI forum)
@Mazurek > Well that doesn't seem to be working for you... which is why it might be a good idea to upgrade. ;)
What OS are you running?
Traktor 2.1.2 is out and resolves many of the complaints with 2.1.1.
Theoretically, each new version is better. Users who tested 2.1.2 back to 2.0.3
@Mazurek > Are you sure it's the DJM-T1 that stops, or is it Traktor that possibly freezes or stops working?
Are you using a USB Hub in your setup? Have you tried using a different USB input on your computer or possibly a different USB cable?
Also, if you don't want to update Traktor then it can make things harder to try and solve.
I have tested 2.0.3 and two sound cards: inside the DJM-T1 and NI Audio 4DJ. NI card does not stop when the CPU is full. DJM-T1 card stops. So I think that the problem relates to the driver. I use the original usb cable and only one usb port on my laptop.
I've opened a ticket with the engineers.
Pulse, thank you very much for Your commitment and support.
Am I correct to assume from your new thread that all is well with the new drivers and I can close the ticket?
1.1 driver works very well, I found only one problem (when I minimizes the window Traktor stops, but I think that it is associated more with the system Win XP than the driver), Pulse thank you for your help.
Glad to hear it, thanks for reporting back.