Ruben Betlehem;150880 wrote:
I bought UMC404HD last week and I'm loving it so far. But I have problem that may be related to drivers (I'm using Windows driver 4.38).
Usually, everything works like a charm, but then, after hour or two, sound just disappears and my PC can't load audio or video clips. (e.g. I can't load videos on YouTube, neither sound files from my HDD). When I unplug the UMC404HD, and plug it back in, everything works fine again.
I'm using Windows 7 (64 bit).
Marcel de Vries;150936 wrote:
I have the exact same problem but on Windows 10, i have the nVidia HD Audio drivers installed. How do you suggest to fix this? Windows 10 will reinstall them by itself when i uninstall them. I don't see disabling Windows 10 driver updates as an acceptable sollution.
Ken Mitchell;150886 wrote:
Welcome to the forums. It sounds like you have another audio program running in the background that my be switching the bitrate on you. Do you have any other audio device drivers installed on your system? Particularly notorious for causing issues like this are the NVIDIA HD audio drivers that get installed when you install graphics card drivers.
Hope this helps,
Marcel de Vries;150998 wrote:
I managed to uninstall the nVidia drivers and disabled the device in the device manager. After a reboot i ran into the same troubles again immediately, after a second reboot everything works just fine. I'll keep you updated if my problems returns, thanks!
Marcel de Vries;151010 wrote:
Unfortunately my problems are still there, i opened a youtube video and all sound was gone. I had to unplug my UMC202HD and plug it back in before my sound returned. So i guess the nVidia drivers aren't the problem, i still think the drivers from Behringer are the problem. Having the nVidia drivers installed never caused a problem with any sound card i used before.