This is a re-post- I did not fix the prob before...
The problem is - major audio drop outs during playback with the above hardware/software combination. After extensive research, it pretty much comes down to an issue with my notebook hardware.
It use to work fine intermitantly. 1 day I could play 5 hours straight no worries.The next it would freeze during playback with CPU @ 100%!! Then I got the pauses/ dropouts whilst playing 1 song. Now I have completely reinstalled my whole system, updated all drivers for everything (system,software and external midi device drivers) and it seems worse off!!! Just drops out for a second every few seconds. I was watching my CPU and it would spike during dropouts. Ive literally tried everything!!! I am a trainee computer techie and have access to great knowledge and resources but still haven't found a solution. I'm assuming its related to Beringer's drivers being not so universal? Also media player cant play full songs anymore? man this sux! Almost ready to convert to vinyl DJing!!!
My set up is as follows.
Asus A2500D Notebook (A2D) Mobile AMD Athlon XP-M 2.16 Ghz CPU 1 Gig RAM 80 Gig Hdd SiS PCI to USB Controller?? if that helps... DMA controller appears to have no drivers installed in Device manager??
If you guys can work this out, I will take my hat off to ya's. I have spent more than 6 months working this out!!
Good luck and thank you guys in advance. I spend a lot of time in my job giving free advice so it would be lovely for karma to come my way for a change haha Any help will be passed on to fellow sufferers!
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Re: RE Traktor 3 + BCD3000
As the processor usage goes up to 100% I personally would check the fan on the processor. Does it seem to be running, does it speed up when the CPU goes to 100%. I had this with graphics cards similar fault caused by the lubricant /grease on the fan spindle drying out and causing the fan to stick or stop, and then the graphics GPU getting too hot. Also check the heatsink / vents where the air from the fan blows out. Just a thought.
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You probably need to enable the port. This is in the Playback Audio Device control Panel. Connect your cable between the computer and the audio receiver (audio in port). With Windows 7, click on Start > Control Panel. Then go to Hardware and Sound. Click on Manage Audio Devices. Under the Playback tab, look to see what devices are listed. If you do not see a optical audio device, right click on the window and select Show Disabled Devices. Then right click on the Optical Port option and make it the default. (Alternatively, left click and use the drop down menu below.) Click Apply to confirm this.
In Windows 8, use the Charms menu from the Desktop (Windows Key + C). Choose Settings and then the Control Panel. Then follow the above directions.
If you have a different OS, please add a comment with that information. I hope this helps.
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Thank you for contacting FixYa. I would be more than happy to help you. The problem you mentioned seems interesting to solve..let's see what can we do to fix this. You said,you donot hear any sound on your laptop INS6400. Here is what you can try. 1. Install the audio driver for your computer click here. If that doesnot fix the problem, simple solution is click on start /control pannel (classic view) / sound and audio devices / go to audio tab at the top / in the playbaack device from the drop down select sigmatel or realtech or intel etc but make sure no modem playback should be there. and apply and it should fix the problem.
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you should have a speaker icon in left of task bar, right click it> adjust audio properties> audio tab and check your mic headset is on the drop down list on the sound recording, if so click on it, then go to the sound playback and click the advanced tab and select headphones.
Next click the voice tab, check the voice playback is your headset and the voice recording is set at your headset and then click test hardware
Paralelling Digital audio.. Not a good Idea.. Im suprised you didnt kill the Modem/Sound chip in the laptop.. Glad you figured out however. Weve seen a ton of similar issues from People hooking an Analog Hi watt stereo to a digital out put laptop thru headphone jacks..Somthing going to give.. Always remember Modem and Sound on laptops are generally Integrated to the same circuitry..