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Hi all.
I bought an ASUS Xonar DG and its not working properly.
First of all a simple question.
My front panel has two cables(Akasa Freedom X2 ), HDaudio and AC'97, which one should I plug to the sound card? The soundcard AUX-IN is like the CD-IN of motherboard? Can I plug the CD-IN cable of my DVD Drive to the CD-IN of soundcard?

Now my real problem...
Everytime I unplug the rear analog output my sound cracks and the soundcard stop responding, its fixed only by restarting the PC.
I tryed using the UniXonar drivers, but got the same problem.
Why is this happening?

PS: Already tryed to post at ASUS forum, but their forum is full of spam and they don't care about us.

Thank you
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I noticed too that if I use a P2 Splitter( http://www.macone.com.br/ecommerce_s...2790917401.jpg ), leave it always plugged, plug my speaker in it, and when I want I unplug my speaker only from the splitter, the soundcard doesnt get problems.
So I think the problem is with the detection of plugging and unplugging direct from the soundcard.
What do I do?
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disable your onboard first in the bios. Make sure you soundcard is properly seated. What do you have connected to you card currently from the inside of the pc?
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I uninstalled my onboard audio driver, disabled onboard audio in BIOS. Plugged the Xonar and installed its drivers.
I curently have connected from inside PC to the card only the HD Audio front panel cable.
And outside I just have plugged a Swan M10 in analog output.
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post #6 of 11
Where is the cable plugged into on your card? Did you remove or switched any jumpers? do you have anything connected to the aux or cd in?

Update your motherboard chipset and BIOS.

Move your sound card to another PCI slot.

Run your Disk defragmenter software (Goto Start->All programs->Accessories->System tools->Diskdefragmenter)
.
Check for device IRQ number conflicts. Go to ‘my computer’ right click -> properties -> hardware -> device manager -> view -> resources by connection -> interrupt request IRQ .If you think that some devices are unnecessary, right click and select disable.
Try removing data-heavy devices and then testing your sound card. Set the onboard sound device to Disabled at the BIOS setup. The MIDI port and Game port need to be set as Disabled as well.
Edited by Spooony - 5/25/11 at 6:54pm
post #7 of 11
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I dind't touch any jumpers.
Curently I didn't conect anything to CD-IN of soundcard because first time I did it, my system crashed at driver instalation.
My BIOS and chipset are already updated.

But I find out what was the problem, not the problem, but what was causing it.
I reinstalled winamp and it's working for now. Weird huh?

Also, what driver do you recommend? Oficial asus or UniXonar?
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post #8 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
Where is the cable plugged into on your card? Did you remove or switched any jumpers? do you have anything connected to the aux or cd in?

Update your motherboard chipset and BIOS.

Move your sound card to another PCI slot.

Run your Disk defragmenter software (Goto Start->All programs->Accessories->System tools->Diskdefragmenter)
.
Check for device IRQ number conflicts. Go to ‘my computer’ right click -> properties -> hardware -> device manager -> view -> resources by connection -> interrupt request IRQ .If you think that some devices are unnecessary, right click and select disable.
Try removing data-heavy devices and then testing your sound card. Set the onboard sound device to Disabled at the BIOS setup. The MIDI port and Game port need to be set as Disabled as well.
And when you are done, close your eyes, stand on one foot, hop counter-clockwise in a circle and you do the hokey-pokey..............and that's what Spoony's all about!
post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by chalkbluffgrown View Post
And when you are done, close your eyes, stand on one foot, hop counter-clockwise in a circle and you do the hokey-pokey..............and that's what Spoony's all about!
what's your problem I bet its hard to pronounce. Did I do your wife or something or are you batting for the other team?
post #10 of 11
Just so everybody knows.....

Spoony PM'ed me and told me that he is not one person. He says he and his brother share an account and that he posts the good answers and his brother posts the angry and silly ones.

Should I say more, or should I just copy and paste the contents of his PM, like he does with Wikipedia entries.
Edited by chalkbluffgrown - 5/27/11 at 4:41pm
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