sightlessness wrote:I have also Win 7 and try not to use my USB interface. But unlike you, I managed to succeed in getting it to work. But I don't really remember how I did it. Duh. Ok, I suggest open Playback devices (right click on the sound icon down on the right of the taskbar). Make sure the playback device you are going to use with AM5 is set to being the DEFAULT one. Then select RECORDING devices, and do the same. Set it to being the DEFAULT one.
On BOTH those devices, right click and select properties, and then in the Advanced tab, make sure the boxes are ticked ON to "allow applications to take exclusive control" and the other one "give exclusive mode applications priority".
Also, although you may think (maybe it's true, but I don't know) you have the latest drivers, I installed the REALTEK drivers, and then everything worked great.
If all or some of this worked for you, be sure to disable any audio enhancements later too. Ok, hope this helps.
Acoustica Greg wrote:Did you get the latest Realtek drivers from Realtek's web page?
WaveRT Exclusive mode is not going to work for everybody. Your sound card has to support it.
You should consider getting a low-latency sound card, instead of using the one built into your computer's motherboard.
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