I've recently got a new laptop (Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga 3rd Generation with Windows 10) and have been trying to run my Paca on it but am having issues. I can run it on a Macbook Pro with no issues.
I'm using the same firewire cables and interface (MOTU Ultralite Mk3) that I use when connected to the Macbook pro. The only difference is I'm using the Apple Firewire to Thunderbolt and Startech Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter to connect the Paca to the Thinkpad.
I've updated the Thunderbolt drivers and firmware to the latest versions and have tried using both Thunderbolt 3 ports but when I try to start Kyma 7, the Paca doesn't seem to get detected as I keep getting the message "Please turn on or connect your Paca(rana) sound computation engine" after clicking OK. The "Firewire host connected" message also flashes a few times on the Paca but then eventually the "Firewire host disconnected" message appears.
I've also followed the 'Connecting the Hardware' instructions and instructions on setting up the Ultralite Mk3 (i.e. doing a factory reset and switching on the Paca before the Ultralite).
Has anyone here had similiar problems with a Thinkpad laptop? I'd appreciate any help or pointers in fixing this issue. Thanks.