Quote: Originally Posted by fireberd
That should work. Disconnect the USB connected device in case that is interferring with the PC sound functions (and maybe even uninstall the programs associated with those functions - uninstall then restart the PC and see if What You Hear will work). If not, uninstall the SoundBlaster in the Device Manager (DO NOT uninstall the drivers) then restart the PC and Win 7 will detect and reinstall the sound. This reinstall fixes a lot of flakey problems and may take care of the problem you have.
I have disconnected the USB headphone device. There are no programs associated with it, it was plug&play. I uninstalled the soundcard, and restarted the computer. It installed the drivers, but still no luck. When it reinstalled the soundcard, it also reinstalled something named High Definition Audio Device, which listed several things in my sound panel (both speakers and microphones, all listed as 'unplugged'). I disabled that to get rid of them, but still no luck. Now the only things showing are:
Speakers Creative SB X-Fi
SPDIF Out Creative SB X-Fi
Microphone Creative SB X-Fi (Not plugged in)
"What U Hear" Creative SB X-Fi
There are 2 disabled items too:
Edit: Could a codec be to blame?
Also, I just downloaded the trial of Total Recorder. It installs it's own speaker and microphone drivers. Using them, Total Recorder will actually work with "What U Hear". However, I need to record video and audio at the same time.
Edit 2: I just uninstalled all of my codec, and no change.