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Mackenstein

GA-Z68XP-UD5 - ReadCommand failed addr

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I don't know what else to do.

I'm sure this error is related to my audio hardware, but I don't have a clue if I can fix it myself or...

 

I'm getting my kernel.log spammed with the following message, and by spam I mean: "newsyslog[4088]: logfile turned over due to size>1000K"

and this is the only message I can find on it:

Jul 16 22:44:37 GA-Z68XP-UD5 kernel[0]: ReadCommand failed addr= ffc1 ffff f0080004
Jul 16 22:44:37 GA-Z68XP-UD5 kernel[0]: ReadCommand failed addr= ffc1 ffff f0080404
Jul 16 22:44:37 GA-Z68XP-UD5 kernel[0]: Write for 0xffffff8022b97900 done, status e00002d7
Jul 16 22:30:05: --- last message repeated 2 times ---

 

I have a FireWire APOGEE DUET, and when that message starts popping up at my console, I loose audio, and I get kernel_task (root) busy on Activity Monitor. It grabs one of my i7 threads and hangs on to it like a pitbull, %cpu banging between 100% to 105%. At least it isn't a multicore loop, I manage myself quiet well if the program I'm working with doesn't need audio... But I like to do my music on this machine, so if some kind soul has any idea how to solve this, apart from uninstall duet driver and install back in, I would be very grateful and promise not to troll all the other forums seeking knowledge for this :)

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