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Windows 7: Asus Xonar D2X recording issues

11 Dec 2009   #1

Windows 7 7600 x64
Asus Xonar D2X recording issues

Having some trouble with this, only one program can record at any given time.
I cant for example use skype and ventrilo at the same time, I cant even have windows sound control panel open and skype at the same time, I wont see the bars moving.

And another thing is that every recording input says Currently Unavailable

And another thing I just noticed is that the volume is super duper low in skype but in ventrilo it is fine...
edit: microphone is low whatever I do now, was fine at first, I have tried to reinstall but it did nothing.

And I have the latest drivers I could find.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 May 2010   #2

Win7 (7600) Home Prem 64 bit

I have similar problems - inputs currently unavailable (and the record sliders are missing from Asus Audio Center).
The mic seems to work ok, despite the lack of other options.
I had BSOD when I tried to update drivers to - and again when I tried to uninstall+delete them, to start from scratch.
Driver rollback didn't work either - had to do a system restore, to just before I updated drivers.
Tried disabling+uninstalling onboard Realtek sound but Win7 just re-installs it on reboot.
Tried plugging stuff into input sockets (they have detection) but still nothing.

With regard to your 'only one program at a time' - look at Properties, in sound dialog box.
On the Advanced tab, there's tickboxes for Exclusive Mode - try unchecking those.

Update: found a solution (from Asus forums) to BSOD on driver install...
Before unzipping, I right-clicked rar file, Properties, Unblock. Installed fine then.
A different problem now, is there's a graphical glitch which causes Audio Center menu to appear mostly grey, with just a small area showing in topleft corner.
Have seen posts from people elsewhere, with same problem. No solution yet.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 May 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

@ Moffasin

recording input sound is super low on these cards. If you go to the asus forums and seach a bit (ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Forum-), you will find it's a long known problem that most likely isn't going to be fixed.

Might try disabling the onboard realtek controller in the BIOS.
My System SpecsSystem Spec


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