Seems as if Rear and Center/Subwoofer are beeing swapped.
I just tried the 0.9.9 driver and like the control panel applet.One bug I found so far:Using control panel you can generate test tones to check wiring&speaker setup.However, both Center and Subwoofer are sent to the same channel of a mini-jack, whereas the other channel of this mini-jack remains silent.I tested this using two different cards (trust 511 and sweex5.1)
-in playback mixer, A/V input mute switch seems to be toggled
-in playback mixer, setting microphone slider at it's lowest position doesn't kill mic input fully (as it does with original driver)
moreover, can your driver be used for analog in?
I tried netmeeting audio tuning wizard (XP: start, run, conf...) but didn't manage to get input from mic, CD A/V and line inputs. For some inputs, netmeetings level meter seems to be stuck at max volume.
I suspect that the original drivers toggle the mute switch internally if the volume slider is at its lowest position.
....This might be a netmeeting issue (it's software from msft after all), but I'll take a look at it.
I discovered this when I hooked up CDROM audio cable to the wrong input and didn't get audio when I maxed & unmuted all.Indeed I fed the audio to analog/aux/AV input.
Or your lowest position doesn't correspond to vol=0 setting.
Netmeeting works normally on standard cmedia driver.
I'm testing on a pretty clean XP install. You won't find netmeeting in vista...
another question:Some audio cards come with software ac3 and/or dts encoding. Why isn't this software useable on any card that can passthrough AC3 & DTS (like 8738)?
A new version (1.0.2) has been released.
I'm trying tu use your masterpiece with my Terratec Aureon Fun (XP SP2). It doesn't seem to work for me, first I get "the system cannot find the file specified" when openDevice appears, then control panel always crashes when applying changes. Any hints on that? Did I do something wrong?thanx
It looks as if my driver hasn't been installed properly. I suggest that you try to install it manually - there's a how-to on my page.
every time I have been installing CMI8738 64-bit driver (recently it was 1.01, 1.02 and 1.03 version) I've got following error (copy->paste from SystemEventLog):Error code 000000000000000a, parameter1 fffff6fb7ea04008, parameter2 0000000000000002, parameter3 0000000000000000, parameter4 fffff8000101f605.For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
Thanks for the bug report. Can you provide me with a minidump of the crashes for further analysis?
Yes,how I can provide you with minidumps? Send via email or is it possible to add into the forum post?Please answer and I will deliver minidumps.
Windows puts them into the folder "C:\Windows\Minidump" everytime the system crashes. They are roughly ~100kB in size. Please forward the dump(s) to my mail address which you find on my homepage.
Can you make drivers for the ALC882M so I can get bit-perfect in XP? Pleeeeeease?
Integrated 192k/24-bit S/PDIF transmitter
By the way, will the 8738 driver also support the 8787/8788 chips in a future version? Or does this require a totally different driver?
Quote from: mugen on 04 February, 2007, 03:12:29 AMCan you make drivers for the ALC882M so I can get bit-perfect in XP? Pleeeeeease? Bit-perfect drivers already seem to be available for this chip: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/archive/ind...567562-p-2.html
Dunno - if it's just a revision of the old 8738 like the 8768, then it's no problem, but if it's a new design from the scratch, then probably not.Any2, I received your dumps, thanks. Can you provide me with any additional information about the crashes? Do they happen exactly after you installed the drivers or when you are trying to play something? Also, is your memory OK?