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Windows 7: Multiple programs on diff outputs

09 Oct 2010   #1

windows 7 64bit
Multiple programs on diff outputs

Hello all hope u can help me,
I used to have vista 64 bit and i used to play music through my speakers and then have either ventrillo or voip on my headset independant of each other.
But since i've upgraded to windows 7 i have been unable to achieve this
Any help would be appreciated.

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13 Oct 2010   #2

windows 7 ultimate x64
same here

i have the same problem and dident find a solution yet.
i have win 7 ultimate x64

on WinXP this worked:
1. i start my soundplayer, browser or what ever and had the sound on my boxes.
2. i switched audiodevice to my usb headset wich has an own soundchip.
3. i started an other application and had its sound on my headset while it keept playing the sound from the first application on the boxes.

on Windows 7:
doing the same like on winXP switchs all sound together to the headset.

i cant tell the browser, player, game etc on wich sounddevice it has to put the sound to.

please help me i dont like to switch back to winXP if not needed.
thanks for any help
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