If it was 24 days, 20 hours, 31 minutes and 23 seconds ... that would point to an overflow of a signed 32bit integer holding some "time" in...
wow, I've never even thought of looking for such a thing!
Hmmm - even supports RYZEN!
I really, really miss my Audigys - I have 4 of the Audigy 2 SB0350
but getting a decent motherboard with PCI slots is impossible
yeah, the 64bit ones in Program Files, and the 32bit ones in Program Files (x86) ... you can't just dump all the 32 bit ones in both, or all the...
Not surprising, as it should be C:\Program Files (x86)\kX project\kxasio.dll
Note, the 9 should be a (, and there should be a space after Files...
on the command line:
regsvr32 "C:\program Files\kx Project\kxasio.dll"
if you have windows 64 bit, also do:
regsvr32 "C:\program Files (x86)\kx...
are you using the "official" version, or the chinese knock-off with unknown alterations?
The 3552 binaries didn't set the registry correctly for me in Windows 7 64bit either. Having access to the source code, however, I could figure...
There may be some activity once Windows 10 comes out (if kx isn't compatible of course) - I for one can't imagine life without kx :D
There's no right or wrong answer - I was wondering what you think is "correct" (I don't know either)
If you deliver 2 channels to 4.1 speakers, what do you expect the behaviour should be?
You say you have a SB 0350
Your screenshot says you have a SB 0243
Sure, they're both Audigy 2 cards, but, I'm sure there are differences
I'm sure with the wealth of information you've supplied about your set up, the developers will get right on to your problem first
This is confusing ... 3552 is the latest version, why report an issue that doesn't exist in the latest version?
I wouldn't change kx to cater for a poorly written program. Besides, I doubt your proposal would help with shoutcast DSP as it does not work...
well, that has to suck
Yes, they are. There are two versions, one for Windows XP (which I have not personally tested) and one for windows 7 (which reportedly works in...
I was playing with something a couple years back that may help
name "Auto Crossover";
created "Dec 13 2012";
nevermind - something clicked :D
Separate names with a comma.