BSOD when loading the Virus Control vst in a large project in FL 12.2.2

  • I just got my TI2 desktop today, and installed everything and got it
    running... and in new projects, or projects with minimal vsts, it works
    just fine, and sounds great

    But when I try to load the Virus Control vst in an existing project that has a bunch of VSTs, etc, in it,
    the vst locks up for about 20-30 seconds, then I get a BSOD and a reboot.


    Windows 10 Professional x64 - V 1607, Build 14393.479
    AMD Phenom II x4 955 CPU
    8 GB DDR2 RAM

    FL Studio 12.2 [build 3]
    Virus TI2 desktop (
    Virus Control VST 64-bit

    The Virus is connected via a USB cable directly to the motherboard, which, as far as I know, doesn't have any USB-Hub features hidden in it.

    Any idea why this is happening, and how I can fix it?

    Cubase users say it's a faulty RAM issue, someone else says USB Suspend is on but I dunno.

  • bad code, can lock up a processor interrupt, kills/freeze the VST host, your daw.
    connect directly on motherboard ? bad idea... you are using a driver, it is for the port, behind the port is an interface to the motherboard
    this shoudlnt work at all :) unless you mean, the port is directly on the board ? boards are cheap, and dont work.. you cant fix onboard net/usb/sound, they break..

    you should try another computer, if it works there - asume the mobo usb system is broken

    start in bios, just turn of all power saving - now the usb port wont shut on/off - this can cure it all