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blakaxe
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sound card drivers not supported

Post by blakaxe » Sun Apr 29, 2007 8:45 am

I installed sonar 4 producers edition
and it says your sound card drivers do not support the particular format or they are being used by another program
I have a built in Sigmatel soundcard that came with my Intel D946-GZIS motherboard
I went to the intel site and upgraded the drivers but they still dont work.

I have used cakewalk successfully on realtec soundcards

what do i do?
please help

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Re: sound card drivers not supported

Post by Charlie C » Fri Nov 16, 2007 4:12 pm

blakaxe wrote:I installed sonar 4 producers edition
and it says your sound card drivers do not support the particular format or they are being used by another program
I have a built in Sigmatel soundcard that came with my Intel D946-GZIS motherboard
I went to the intel site and upgraded the drivers but they still dont work.

I have used cakewalk successfully on realtec soundcards

what do i do?
please help
Try this and let us know if it worked.
Go to Options<Audio<Advanced in SONAR. Select MME in the driver mode drop-down menu. Click OK and restart SONAR. When it opens back up it will reprofile your sound device and then you can select the Microsoft synth.

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Post by Morrelbi » Fri May 07, 2010 11:40 pm

I had the same problem on my Vista with a realtek audio card.
and sonar 8

Your solution did the job and i can hear the sound now. Guess it depends what outputs you have connected?
I have my headphone output connected to an old analog (but very good) Amp and i really like the sound.
Lucky for me that i found this topic.

Thanks!

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Post by cannonfodder » Thu Jul 15, 2010 7:45 pm

I also had the same problem on my Vista with a realtek audio card.
and sonar 8! All fixed now.


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sound card drivers not supported

Post by RomalaG.Mot » Wed Apr 12, 2017 6:48 pm

There is no bluetooth built in on the RPi so you have to fix that first, and you should find out if the drivers you are using for the keyboard/touchpad are available on linux.

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Re: sound card drivers not supported

Post by skowix » Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:01 am

As far as I remember, the first thing after installing any DAW is to select a low-latency audio driver which in most cases should be ASIO. I am also sceptical for the Microsoft ones :)
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Re: sound card drivers not supported

Post by Molinaro » Tue Aug 28, 2018 10:50 am

I can confirm, Microsoft ones suck. I've had so much trouble while I was on them...

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