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post #3766 of 4090
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Originally Posted by angel72 View Post

please someone help me, i'm desperate!!!!!

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Connect the USB device and power on, uninstall the driver and restart the computer.

Open the device manager , find the USB device , click update the driver ---> search the driver by self ----> find the driver folder ------> viaudusb ------>Driver ------ WinXP (for 32bit XP and Win7, WinXP 64 for 64bit XP and win7 ), click OK or confirm.

post #3767 of 4090
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Originally Posted by Kingwa View Post

Connect the USB device and power on, uninstall the driver and restart the computer.

Open the device manager , find the USB device , click update the driver ---> search the driver by self ----> find the driver folder ------> viaudusb ------>Driver ------ WinXP (for 32bit XP and Win7, WinXP 64 for 64bit XP and win7 ), click OK or confirm.

ok, thank you

after that, pc changed the drivers from USB SPEAKERS in AUDIO GD.

And now how can I install control panel and other features?

if I try to launch SETUP.EXE, there's no way to do that, I Always receive an error code

 

0xE0000203, 0x0

 

and then

 

please check the device is well plugged in

 

but it's well plugged, no doubt

 

I use audiogd usb cable

post #3768 of 4090

I think you can send a driver install video to my mailbox see what happen during install.

I try in my computer install the driver in devices manager, the USB device already can working .

post #3769 of 4090

Kingwa

 

any news on VIA fixing the broken VIA ASIO ?

post #3770 of 4090
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Originally Posted by jimmychan View Post

Do you have a spare HDD?

 

Try a clean install of Windows, and then install the DI drivers to see if it is the other software/drivers in the Windows that stops the DI-V3 from working.

 

I would use this method to isolate the problem of Hardware and software.

thank you jimmychan

maybe some friends can help me with a separate hdd, and we'll be able to understand if the problem is on the hardware or software side

post #3771 of 4090
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Originally Posted by hawkhead View Post

Kingwa

 

any news on VIA fixing the broken VIA ASIO ?

The reason is the V1.2 driver ASIO support up to 32bit , but SPDIF output support up to 24bit.

Now have the driver download in our web page.

post #3772 of 4090
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Originally Posted by Kingwa View Post

The reason is the V1.2 driver ASIO support up to 32bit , but SPDIF output support up to 24bit.

Now have the driver download in our web page.


This should fix the ASIO issue on Windows 8 64bit?

 

Any news about driver optimization to support lower buffers?

post #3773 of 4090

I've found a guide about "how to disable automatic driver installation in seven"

tonight I'll give it a try: uninstall drivers, clean up the pc and disable automatic driver installation.

at this point I'll try to download audio gd new drivers...and see what happens

post #3774 of 4090

Anyone know if you can get a USB32 kit for older usb units from Audio-GD?

post #3775 of 4090

ok, i give up. can somebody please tell me how to execute something that will display a control panel for this thing in WIN 7? after working at this for 8 miserable hours, I have associated the correct driver to the device. but since the initial load failed when running setup.exe, I have no icon to accomplish starting this thing up.

 

H E L P 


Edited by analog'd - 4/23/13 at 2:58pm
post #3776 of 4090
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Originally Posted by elwappo99 View Post

Anyone know if you can get a USB32 kit for older usb units from Audio-GD?

 

I believe so but it's like these upgrades....NOT plug and play....Mods are required for most older dacs.

 

http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/TE8802/TE8802kitEN.htm

 

Drop Kingwa an email to verify.

 

I believe you can wire it directly to the DSP module (if your DAC has one) but then you'll loose your S/PDIF (coax and optical) connections.

 

I was thinking on picking up a spare DSP module to try it but in the end I figured the DI V3 would be a better choice for my DAC19-DSP.

 

Of course my goal was to eliminate the S/PDIF to I2S conversion.

post #3777 of 4090
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Originally Posted by analog'd View Post

ok, i give up. can somebody please tell me how to execute something that will display a control panel for this thing in WIN 7? after working at this for 8 miserable hours, I have associated the correct driver to the device. but since the initial load failed when running setup.exe, I have no icon to accomplish starting this thing up.

 

H E L P 

great - I executed setup again and it completed successfully this time. reboot and have some panel displays. BUT I have 24 bit but no 96K...????

post #3778 of 4090
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Originally Posted by analog'd View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by analog'd View Post

ok, i give up. can somebody please tell me how to execute something that will display a control panel for this thing in WIN 7? after working at this for 8 miserable hours, I have associated the correct driver to the device. but since the initial load failed when running setup.exe, I have no icon to accomplish starting this thing up.

 

H E L P 

great - I executed setup again and it completed successfully this time. reboot and have some panel displays. BUT I have 24 bit but no 96K...????

apparently i'm in the same boat as angel72, who i'm sure is a very nice person .... but this sucks. grrrrr.

post #3779 of 4090

I just reinstalled my nuforce u192s usb-s/spdif converter and , as it did originally, it works just fine.

 

there has got to be a bug of some sort in this audio-gd driver that we're being instructed to use for win 7 32. it seems unlikely that 2 of us would have the exact same troublesome results if there were not an issue with the driver software, especially when all other audio drivers work as they should (i've tried both a nuforce and a yulong usb driver successfully.

 

i would really like to be able to get this device working, but wiping my system clean of other software drivers seems a bit above and beyond the call of an end user. .

 

angel72 - any luck?

 

Kingwa - any ideas?  

post #3780 of 4090

NO LUCK, I'm soooo angry!

my last experiment, I wrote about it few posts above, had no success: probably it would have gone fine if it was the first attempt of connecting the audio gd to the pc.

now I'll try a clean install of Windows,  with an external hard disk, as suggested by jimmychan

 

 

or sell everything, I'm so bored...

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