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Can't get USB EMP Audio working

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I just got an EasyCap 60+. The video works great. It's the audio that I am having problems with. In Device Manager, Windows 7 figures out that this device should be using the USB EMP Audio Device. However, it puts a little yellow ! next to it, and when I right click and check the status it says "This device cannot start" (Code 10)

I have tried uninstalling and installing the drivers, but I'm not having any luck.

I'm plugged into the EasyCap from my video camera via Composite.

Any suggestions?

EDIT: Ok I just tried it on my 32 bit XP laptop. It works fine there. So I know it's not the device. The drivers are for a 64 bit OS. Although I'm assuming they were designed for Vista instead of Win 7.
Edited by Dittoz - 7/27/09 at 6:35pm
    
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I guess after a week it's ok to bump my own thread

Update: I installed Vista x64. Drivers work just fine. Now I've formatted and installed a fresh Windows 7 x64. I'm back to the same problem. The drivers are installed just don't seem to work
    
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post #3 of 6
I have the same problem! Except I'm using an EasyCap VideoGrabber w/ audio. Any who my device manager lists a "USB EMP Audio Device" error code 10, "Device cannot start". It's killing me! All I wanna do Is play consoles n stuff on my 22' monitor but these drivers just don't wanna work! Someone PLEASE HALP US!
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I am happy to see I am not the only one having Seven x64 and difficulties with this EasyCap. Right now, I am looking for new drivers on this website : http://home.eeti.com.tw/. 64 bits drivers were from them so maybe they published a new one.
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I have this problem. A work-around is to route the audio to your mic/line-in and record off that.
post #6 of 6
1) Plug in your USB video capture.

2) In Device Manager under `Sound, video and game controllers" does it state
"USB EMP Audio Driver"? If so, it needs to be changed to "USB Audio Device"

3) Right click `USB EMP Audio Driver' then `Update Driver Software'
Click on `Browse my computer for driver software'

4) Then 'let me pick from a list .......'

5) Tick `show compatible hardware'.

6) This should give you two driver options, Window's own `USB Audio Device' and
the `USB EMP Audio Device' driver.

7) Select the `USB Audio Device'.
8) (probably need to Reboot the pc.
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