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RE: asio setup in foobar

Hi AG,

It would be helpful if you added some screen shots now that you can add at least one file to posts. See if you can show the options on Foobars output preferences.

The only item that needs to be installed in the Foobar components folder is the foo_out_asio.dll file. Try removing them from the Foobar folder.

If you are getting an option under Foobar's outputs for the 202's asio, then that is a good thing.

If you select the 202 asio output, you have to save that setting or Foobar will resort to its existing setting. Select 202 ASIO, and if you are getting sound, then try closing Foobar. Then open it back up and see if it is still set to ASIO.

If you can close and reopen Foobar, and ASIO is the selected output each time, then shut down and restart the pc...it should always come up in ASIO. Unless the creative driver is lost somehow.

FMAK had some issue with Creative software disappearing. If the asio selection is still in Foobar, that is one thing, if that selection disappears, it means that the emu drivers are disappearing.

Hopefully, you just forgot to save the settings in Foobar.

Let us know.


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