|28 Aug 2011||#1|
How do I get an Xtel Hi-Fi Link to work in Windows 7?
Hello, how do I get my Xtel Hi-Fi link to work on Windows 7? I've looked all over the internet and cannot find any info on how to resolve this problem. I've tried uninstalling the USB Audio Device and rebooting as reported on the Xtel home page and that has not worked.
The Hi-Fi Link Info:
Title: Hi-Fi Link AN1
Serial Number: X29609CB04100
I have an ASUS AMD 785G motherboard with regular sound on board. I do not use the on board sound since I have the Hi-Fi link and would rather use my Hi-Fi link. Any help would be appreciated. TIA!
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|29 Aug 2011||#2|
Thought I would post an update to this as I've fixed this problem on my own. I found a site that helps you get your stereo set up without using a Hi-Fi link at all. The Xtel people replied to me and told me that I had to buy a new part from them to the tune of $50.00. I instead went to Wal-mart and picked up an adapter cord with the stereo RCA jacks on one side and the 3.5mm mini jack on the other side for $5.00 and plugged my home theater system directly into my sound card. Here's the site that I found that help[ed me solve my audio problem: How to play your computer thru your stereo system - PC to stereo hookup. Thanks.
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