Reviving this thread for a workaround idea, hoping someone can confirm if this could work.
We know the DIGI9652 and its drivers must be installed in a 32 bit OS, which is limited to 4Gb of RAM. In most situation of "flat" recording, this is enough. The issue is when we mix post-recording, we would like to use a max of RAM, as supported by 64 bits OS, without having to purchase a second computer.
I'm not a computer pro nor a studio gear guru, so this might not work for obvious reasons, but here is something I have been thinking about for a while. Let's say you have a Win 10 64 bits computer, fully loaded with lightning fast CPU and RAM and SSD drives. A charm for post-recording mixing. Could you install let's say a Win 7 32 bits OS in Virtual Machine (VM) in your 64 bits host and then the DIGI9652 drivers to the VM, and use the VM just for recording? Then switch the VM off when comes the time for post-recording mixing on your big 64 bits system? Though, it is clear that you would need another mean to playback your session from your 64 bits OS into your monitors (second sound card, audio interface, etc) since the DIGI9652 will be usable only under the 32 bits VM...
Can anyone confirm if this would work? If it wouldn't work, please explain why (I like to have rationales!). Thank you!