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go to your device manager..right click on the driver name then select uninstall
Edited by cub0ne - 6/25/14 at 3:56am
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It doesn't even show up in the device manager, all I get is this.

I've tried installing the drivers several times already but nothing seems to work. When I install everything but the x64 drivers it says that it did not install correctly.

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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

There's no uninstall option for me, it's just telling me to accept the end user license and then it 'installs' the thing for me. Can't really figure out how this thing's supposed to work confused.gif

Do you see at least from the device driver, the Mango USB device? If not then the install was not successful. Tbh I did not have this problem with the USB driver for the X5. I think they need to take a second look at their install, it's not even obvious when it fails. In my case the install went silent but no traces of the iBasso driver from the sound from the control panel. It's only when I started to poke around at the device driver manager that I found something was wrong with the install.
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

It doesn't even show up in the device manager, all I get is this.


I've tried installing the drivers several times already but nothing seems to work. When I install everything but the x64 drivers it says that it did not install correctly.

That rk29.... with the question mark, that's the clue that the driver was not installed properly. If you right mouse click on it do you see uninstall option?
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hi,im using 1.5.0 fw now.do anyone hear a "click click" noise in the hearphone while swithing songs?:confused:

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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

It doesn't even show up in the device manager, all I get is this.


I've tried installing the drivers several times already but nothing seems to work. When I install everything but the x64 drivers it says that it did not install correctly.



this your devices and printer not the device manager.. click start>under search programs and files type in devmgmt.msc then hit enter..you'll see a new window that contains all the drivers you have on your machine..some drivers only shows up if the hardware is plugged in
Edited by cub0ne - 6/25/14 at 4:33am
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When you say "it sounds dark" what do you mean? I love the sound from the new firmware but wondering what the dark sound is all about.

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hi,im using 1.5.0 fw now.do anyone hear a "click click" noise in the hearphone while switching songs?" src="http://files.head-fi.org/images/smilies/confused.gif" />


 


Nope. just tried switching several tracks and no clicks here.
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I noticed the click happened with me if gapless is switched off, if switched on I hear nothing.

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That rk29.... with the question mark, that's the clue that the driver was not installed properly. If you right mouse click on it do you see uninstall option?

No, I have to go into the device manager to check. 

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Originally Posted by cub0ne View Post


this your devices and printer not the device manager.. click start>under search programs and files type in devmgmt.msc then hit enter..you'll see a new window that contains all the drivers you have on your machine..some drivers only shows up if the hardware is plugged in

So I tried uninstalling and then installing the driver software over and over again, still no banana.

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Originally Posted by Ishera View Post
 

I manged to get the dac driver working.

 

Here is what i did. I hope it helps those who have trouble installing it.

I'm running windows 8.1 64bit, but I'm sure this procedure should work with other window system.

 

Jump to 7 if your not running windows 8.1

For Windows 8.1 user you have disable driver signature enforcement first.

1. Hold onto shift on your keyboard, then press restart.

2. Troubleshoot

3. Advanced Option

4. Startup Setting

5. Press 7

6. You have disabled your driver signature enforcement.

7. Right click my computer then select property/go to control panel

8. Open device manager.

9. Install 1.5.0 on your dx50

10. In usb setting switch select dac mode.

11. Connect your dx50 to your pc

12. In the device manger you should see an unknown device called 2kxxx(forgot the exact name, but you should know it is the dx50)

13. right click that -> select update driver

14. browse driver from your pc

15. Extract the dx50/90 beta 2 driver downloaded from the ibasso website.

16. If your running 64bit choose the 64x folder/ 32bit choose the 86x folder. (make sure sub-directory is included)

17. Once the driver is installed, you should see mango device.

18. Right click the sound icon on your taskbar

19. click on playback devices

20. Select ibasso mango hifi audio device as default device

21. Enjoy

i re-installed it and realised that i couldnt playback any files on my com or on youtube. everything just crashed

 

edit: working after 2nd try.


Edited by illusioned - 6/25/14 at 5:01pm
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

No, I have to go into the device manager to check. 


So I tried uninstalling and then installing the driver software over and over again, still no banana.

Keep trying a few times, like I said in my case it took 4 times to make it happen and that's including the non-sense driver signature bypass.

If that does not work then wait until they get the signed driver version maybe by then they'll fix the install issue.
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post
 

It doesn't even show up in the device manager, all I get is this.

I've tried installing the drivers several times already but nothing seems to work. When I install everything but the x64 drivers it says that it did not install correctly.

Start up the windows in no signature mode.  The drivers should work if you do that.  If not, try uninstalling and reinstalling with the system booted in no signature mode.  You must boot into that mode by pressing F8 before the windows logo comes up where it gives you options to boot into different modes.

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No, I have to go into the device manager to check. 


So I tried uninstalling and then installing the driver software over and over again, still no banana.


weird ey..you can try what musicheaven says..if the installation was successful.. it usually ask you to restart the machine..
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I'm using Windows 7 so I don't think I need to deal with the no signature issue. I might just wait until iBasso fix the install issue though, it's a bit frustrating since I think I've tried at least 12 times by now. Thanks for the help anyways guys.

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