Quite agonizing, and all the more frustrating given the brief taste of heaven I experienced yesterday and now ending up with nothing! What kind of system are you using to run this card on Windows 8. Users browsing this forum: Best of all, recordings were so noisy that the card was completely unusable in my system, as was the front headphone jack on my case. So my settings are:
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For whatever reason I have never been able to get the digital outputs working reliable under windows Vista bit addition or Windows 8 so I use another sound card for that and get windows to pass the sound between card digitally.
I didn’t even know there was a 5. Quite likely this is the reason why those cards are available for very affordable prices in Europe. Sometimes certain settings just get stuck, requiring a reboot to get sound out of the PC again.
Anyway, when the W7 compatibility checker said it wouldn’t work with W7, I decided it was time to move on. It’s just the maximal recording volume that could be higher. I wouldn’t call it a pure workstation card.
I wouldn’t complain if just switching that each time would be enough, but that setting definitely likes to hang. All the inputs still work fine including the internal wave card header which I dmx6fjre for connecting my old Yamaha wavetable db50xg and midi playback for dos box. Maybe aimed at specific tasks and do them very well, but not so good for consumers?
And now, I am unable to re-install it, it won’t be recognized in the Devide Manager. I was afraid of that. The 6fire would be an awesome card if the drivers weren’t so finnicky I have this soundcard too. Pity, because this card was exactly what I needed and served me great for so long.
Probably is a logic somewhere. Have you tried using the front panel rca inputs and outputs for recording and playback with these drivers in Win7?
A Sensaura mode can be switched on in the control panel, which is pretty similar to the gaming mode on Creative cards. I actually found this dmx6cire while googling for Windows10 drivers for this rather old card.
Jean Francois Hello Vicsant, My post yesterday was claiming victory too soon. Anyone have any ideas? The soundcard has never been a problem but I would like to move from XP to Mdx6fire if possible. As such, it comes with a 5. Other settings are unchanged.
I suppose that Dmx6fir will eventually have to switch back to XP, or buy a new card. Haven’t received registration validation E-mail? I’d really have to try it myself to give any sort of review on it though, until then I wouldn’t claim that the card is 7 x64 compatible.
On sound cards this is most likely the case while on onboard it never happens.
It retailed for about EUR when it came out. I have been useing the 5. Very solid and reliable overall. It offers A3D 1.
Sadly onboard feels more responsive than any sound card I’ve used. All was fine as described. The last one is the most annoying since for some reason it does seem to require locked 96 kHz for everything to work properly, unless using the external setting for digital in.