David Knowles;157906 wrote:
Thanks Tom, I have tried 48k (both in 16 and 24 bit flavours) and unchecked the box allowing exclusive control.
Further update since my first post, if it helps anyone diagnose - I have plugged in an old $15 behringer UCA222 and it my audio now works perfectly in Steam, you tube, groove, media player everything works with no crashing, it helps me in the short term, but now I cannot make music in my DAW without unplugging, disabling, changing defaults etc - I guess this points to the UMC404HD being the problem?.....
Riccardo Merlo;158202 wrote:
I have more or less the same issues with my UMC204HD (I wrote a post few days ago but nobody replied yet).
It happens frequently that while I use some programs (internet browsers, media players or my daw) I must reset the hertz frequency of the speakers moving it from 44'100 to 48'000 - if then I immediately set it back to 44'100 the sound will work)
please note that I have and AMD graphic card (and not an Invidia one)...
Ken Mitchell;158206 wrote:
I replied to your post. In your case and Dave's it appears to be a bitrate conflict between applications. One application is using 44.1K when another application comes along and changes it to 48K. What DAW are you running?
David Knowles;158409 wrote:
I have contacted technical support but they are not much help to date. This hardware problem is widely reported across the internet.
Behringer are simply not keeping pace with Windows 10 updates and my kit is now virtually obolete and only 1 year old!
I am very suprised with Behringer their products are normally spot on, but support on this behringer driver problem is poor. The thought of working between two sound interfaces, unplugging leads, changing bif rates as a workaround was the problem I though I was avoiding by buying the UMC404HD.
Good luck everyone but I am buying a focusrite and putting the UMC404HD on ebay as sold as seen. I suppose the higher price you pay for products pays for itself in the long run in terms of ongoing support from the vendor.