edirol sound care and windows 7 home

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Member Since: Apr 01, 2011

hi guys i'm new to this forum and really need some help i am trying to install (toshiba) running windows 7 home premium 64bit , when i just plug the device in, it finds a driver for it but i get a lot of pops and clicks when the computer is accessing the HD as well as no recording option. I was hoping that installing the proper driver of the sound card would help but when i did this the sound became even worse cutting in and out, the sound that is there is distorted, but the recording option became available. how do i make this work properly

i have tried using a usb cable with a core on it
i have tried disabling the Realtek on-board audio driver
i have tried everything i can think of
any ideas what the problem is
i defiantly have the right 64 bit drive for it

and now i am about to take a hammer to it and get a new sound card how ever i remember having a similar problem with a older laptop and a m audio audiophile soundcard i am really getting to the end of tether

please help

thanks for any reply john b

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Since: Feb 07, 2005

Apr 01, 2011 11:49 am

What recording software app are you running? Check your buffers and perhaps asio4all will help.

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Since: Apr 01, 2010

Apr 04, 2011 07:41 am

If BeerHunter's suggestions don't work, you may want to buy a USB PCI card instead of spending money on a new sound card and see if that takes care of the snaps and pops. A lot of people running 7 64 have been having the same issue with the USB connections coming off the board. I had the same problems with my Line 6 interface.

Something like this...


If anything at least you have more inputs

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