Question about Focusrite Saffire Pro Sound Card
In control panel audio set saffire as default.Also check that in audio properties you have speakers or headphones or whatever you using checked off.
If this doesnt work,uninstall your realtek program and drivers then reboot,this should force your saffire card to take over.
Last.. you may need to go into the bios and disable onboard sound,as a matter a fact do this first. the old soundblaster cards had the same issues.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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