Question about M-Audio Delta 1010 PCI CARD Sound Editing & Recording Sound Card
First thing I would do is hook the "bad card" back up to a windows xp machine and see if you still have the problem. It could still be an issue with windows 7. Have you contacted m audio at all about the problem? Once I have more information I can assist you further.
Posted on May 07, 2010
Your idea is absolutely the correct direction. There must be a smooth interface between the two. I strongly suggest you first remove the 64 bit driver. Remove the sound card and see if the 32 bit driver shows back up. If the 32 bit driver shows back up - remove it. Then remove the card. With the card removed - take a pencil eraser and scrub the cards pins ] the copper looking things going into the pci slot. Look for any blockage in the PCI card slot. Also use AIR and push the AIR right into the Power Supply cage & push out as much dust - [ it's in there] as you can.
Now restart the pc without the sound card and do a quick search for the name of the sound driver. If you have the install disk and there are no little hangers on files - Put the disk in or run the file for 64 bit drivers. NOTE - just because the drivers work doesn't mean the software will work. Check to see the software it self will work. Be sure to know if the instructions ask you to install the card FIRST or NOT - -if first - shut the machine down and install the card. Once the 1010 is back in - boot everything up and check the driver is working. If it isn't working -or partially working - right click the program - properties and choose RUN AS XP.
This will cause your unit to work. If this doesn't work for you. Remove the card and install it in a borrowed or back up machine. If one card is working and one card just like it isn't - AND both are in the same machine swap their positions. Check to be 100% sure you have enough resources to run BOTH cards on that set up. To up tick the RAM is also a good thing. Put in the MAX ram for the machine as Win7 takes a ton of ram -more than any other pc operating system you have ever had. HERE ARE THE BEST DRIVERS
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Posted on May 06, 2010
1. check your input levels (source output level) and lower them down to attempt to adjust
2. if using mic reduce the gain level
3. check the audio buffer size and increase as needed.
(see if you have a callibration routine that may need to be run to set the buffer size accordingly, audio application handles buffer settings differently, but the
options for changing buffer sizes are usually found under the program’s “setup”
or “audio preferences” menus
4. If you have connected your Delta 1010 to other digital
devices using S/PDIF or Word Clock connections, ensure that your
clock sources have been configured properly.
5. Try turning off
visual effects to see if audio issues are resolved. In Windows XP, go to Start
> Settings > Control Panel > System
6.some accelerated graphics cards use
excessive amounts of system bandwidth, preventing the recording buffer of an
audio card from keeping up with demand. This can cause clicks in the audio
streams. Reducing or turning off the graphics card’s graphics acceleration
feature often resolves this problem. In Windows XP, go to Start > Settings >
Control Panel > Display. Select the Settings tab and click the Advanced button.
Select the Troubleshoot tab and set the “Hardware acceleration” slider to
source: user's manual
hope this helps
Posted on May 06, 2010
To solve your problem do the followings. Test after each procedure then do the next.
1. Check the cable connections,
2. Reinstall the Delta 1010 drivers,
3. Lower the sources output level,
4. If you recently changed your computer's software or hardware configuration, try running the profilling (soundcard calibration) routine.
5. Increase the Delta 1010 Audio buffer size. (change from "programs setup" or "Audio Preferences" menu)
6. In Windows XP, Go to Start>Settings>Control Panel>System. Select the Advanced tab and click the settings button under performance. Select "Adjust for the best performance" from the window that appears.
7. If you have connected the Delta 1010 to other digital devices using S/PDIF or Word Clock connections, configure the clock sources properly.
8. In windows XP, go to Start>Settings>Control Panel>Display. Select the Settings tab and click the Advanced button. Select the Troubleshoot tab and set the "Hardware acceleration" slider to "None".
Hope one of these helps to solve your problem.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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