I had a little trouble getting the driver files out of the Vista x64 installer (M-Audio don't make it easy!) so thought I'd post them up here for anyone to use.
I am running Windows 7 x64 and my Audiophile 2496 works perfectly with this driver, which is the new Vista x64 SP1 driver just out of beta (01/27/2009 5.10.00.5069v3).
This should work for the following cards:
M-Audio Delta 1010
M-Audio Delta DiO
M-Audio Delta 66
M-Audio Delta 44
M-Audio Delta Audiophile 2496
M-Audio Delta TDIF
M-Audio Delta R-BUS
M-Audio Delta 410
M-Audio Delta 1010LT
M-Audio Delta AP 192
If you know what you're doing just download, unzip and install via Device Manager.
If you're not so sure, here's what to do:
Download my zip file (attached) and unzip it somewhere where you'll be able to find it easily.
Open Device Manager (click Start
and type Device Manager
in the search box) and locate the entry for your card - probably under Other devices
Right click on it and:
- Click Update Driver Software
- Click Browse my computer for driver software
- Click Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer
- Scroll down to Sound, video & game controllers
- Click Have Disk
- Browse to the folder where you unzipped the driver files
- Select MAudioDeltaII.inf
- Hit Next
- Your drivers should now install & the M-Audio Control Panel icon appear in the system tray
In case you have on-board sound or whatever you may have to set the card as default sound device. You can do this by going to Control Panel
, then choose All Control Panel Items
, then choose Sound
Now find your M-Audio card in the list, select it and click Set Default
You can right-click on it and select Test
to make sure it's working.
You should now have a working M-Audio Delta family sound card