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Yes I contacted Jason and he replied (very quickly!), they haven't run across this issue on any of their test systems so he will forward it on to C-Media.
I thought maybe someone else ran into this issue. I'll definitely post the resolution here :0)
Yep, getting the same issue. Didn't even notice until you posted!
Windows 7 Ultimate here, they're apparently being written to my main system hard drive's C:\ folder/partition. Had accumulated 30GB worth of files after ~5 days of use. Not that huge of a deal for me versus you, since I'm not using a SSD and my HD is a 600 GB capacity, but I e-mailed Jason as well to let him know you're not the only one affected. Sort of annoying, I guess, but for now I'll just have to remember to delete the files semi-regularly.
Interestingly, when I played one of them back, it also played back part of the audio from a trailer I just watched on YouTube - when the Bifrost was turned off and my Realtek on-board audio was playing through my M-Audio desktop speakers
I too was getting the issue with the c-media drivers writing what seems to be transcoded files to c:\ with the drivers schiit posted up on their web site. I tried the 5/25/11 beta drivers for the MHDT USBridge (also CM6631 based), hosted at http://dhost.info/mhdtlab/Usbdriver.htm and the files went away, so I'm certain its a driver issue.
Just a guess. Maybe the driver got compiled with a debug flag set. The WAV files written to the C:\ might be a debugging aid. If that's the case, then recompiling the driver in release mode without any debug settings enabled should fix it.