Thomas wrote:Your PC was working correctly recently. Try to remember what changes might have happened between then and now. For instance, sometimes a Windows update can break something. You can look into the Windows update history to see if there has been a recent update. Unfortunately, MS has gotten more heavy handed with the forced updates these days.
In your \Program Files\Acoustica Mixcraft 8 folder there are two shortcuts i.e. "Reset Audio To Factory Defaults" and "Reset To Factory Defaults". Try "Reset Audio To Factory Defaults" and see if that resolves the issue. Personally I've never used either (never had the need to) but I see Greg from Acoustica Support suggests it from time to time.
P.S. Greg (obviously) posted while I was typing the above.
There may be a reason why the OP wants to use Wave or Core Audio (Wave RT) i.e. I don't have a choice with my mixers or CODE amps. (unless I use ASIO4ALL of course). Point is (I guess) that all three should work at all times and no reason for them not to.
Mark Bliss wrote:Hmm. Don't know if its related, but YouTube videos wont run for me if an incidence of Mixcraft is even open. Never have as far as I know, I get a failure notice.
And to be honest I have never even tried on my system with an external interface hooked up, much less in ASIO mode...…
I have always just closed Mixcraft and used my on-board audio card for those purposes.
dpaterson wrote:Isn't it funny that we all have the same stuff but different problems???
I can run YouTube with Mixcraft open using ASIO drivers no problem. What I cannot do is open something else like Sound Forge Pro 12 from within Mixcraft (as my audio editor). It opens but I get the crackles and pops in Sound Forge even although Mixcraft is doing nothing at the time.
I'm going to suggest something radical here to the OP:
Download this little utility and run it: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html. Delete ALL USB devices shown (do it in Windows' Safe Mode) and then reboot back into Windows' Safe Mode and wait for Windows to discover all of your devices again then reboot as normal (but please make sure you have all of the drivers on disk or backup somewhere in case you have to reinstall them which you shouldn't have to do though). I have seen it happen (more than once) where USB device drivers either left over or as a result of more than one installation cause havoc.
Ive completely removed focusrite from my pc and reinstalled it again.
Focusrite USB ASIO is no longer there, only asio4all (which I CAN get a signal from) and FL Studio Asio, the previous Focusrite USB ASIO is now gone...
Nobody has mentioned to right click on the speaker icon and go to the advanced settings and make sure the settings there are the same as your interface. I've lost audio from YouTube and such and these settings were the ticket.
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