Question about M-Audio Delta 1010 PCI CARD Sound Editing & Recording Sound Card
My PCI sound card is frequently not recognized when I boot up my computer. I will often have to restart it a number of times before it works, if it works at all. I recently updated my BIOS, checked for any hardware conflicts, and physically pulled out and cleaned all cards and the motherboard. My next 2 reboots recognized the sound card and it is working. However, I am certain it will not be recognized in the very near future. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Wow man, round n round is right. And iknow how m-audio tech support can be. I would suggest returning it, it could be lemon. Also, you should only need an ARCHIVE AND INSTALL, not a full system reinstall- if it gets to that.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
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I don't believe that is going to work, the reason being the operating system will only accept one input device recording at a time...meaning you cannot record with 2 cards simultaneously....the only way you MAY be able to pull this off is if you record with 2 separate programs , and make each program use a different input device....
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
First, download the latest driver for your card.
Turn off PC and remove the sound card, then turn on PC and carry out the following;
1. Deinstall the driver and reboot the system.
2. Execute the Windows program regedit and search all items for "Delta".
3. Delete all items and groups of items which point to "M Audio Delta".
4.Turn off PC, re-install card and reboot the system.
5. Install the latest M Audio driver.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
Your first line stated the obvious; the PC can run 2 cards, but the G4 cannot. The Mac, although a 'PC' has significant hardware differences with an IBM derrved PC.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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