Windows NT USB Audio Driver?
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I'm at the day job w/an winn nt 4 os that's not compatible w/usb. is anybody on a window nt 4 or 95 thats using an external DAC? Or does anyone have suggestions as to a generic usb audio driver i could load onto my work computer? Any suggestions or comments are appreciated. even an It's not worth it comment would be thankfull
 
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Welcome to Head-Fi.

Maybe try this clue. If you can get it to work, I know the Xitel HiFi Link uses generic USB drivers so maybe their HiFi Pro would too (minus 5.1).
 
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I'm at the day job w/an winn nt 4 os that's not compatible w/usb. is anybody on a window nt 4 or 95 thats using an external DAC? Or does anyone have suggestions as to a generic usb audio driver i could load onto my work computer? Any suggestions or comments are appreciated. even an It's not worth it comment would be thankfull


Its not worth it!


To install a USB device in windows NT 4, your only hope is perhaps your motherboard manufacturer has drivers for NT4 & USB, or the device your trying to use has NT4 drivers (good luck).

Time to get a portable media player my friend.
 
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Good luck NT4 and USB don't play well (if at all) together.
 
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