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Help with ASIO4ALL

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So, I use a Blue Snowball iCE. the C-MEDIA drivers it uses commonly give people like me BSoD's, and we can't control it.--

But I have found a fix. People have said that using ASIO4ALL will prevent crashing.

I may be stupid, But i don't know how to use it. I have installed it 3 times, but is it supposed to have an actual application?

Any help is appreciated, i need to know how to run the actual app, thanks.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, ZexenPro said:

it should run automatically

 

Thats what I thought. I have nothing in my tray, and... yeah.

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Asio4all stays in the background afaik as a sort of driver


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 minutes ago, sirtoby said:

Have you restarted your computer after the install?

no, I haven't. But it did crash after the first install. no crashes yet though

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Just now, Crimvos said:

no, I haven't. But it did crash after the first install. no crashes yet though

You should always restart after installing a driver. Try uninstalling ASIO, restart, reinstall, and restart again.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, sirtoby said:

You should always restart after installing a driver. Try uninstalling ASIO, restart, reinstall, and restart again.

I just crashed again. however i just followed your steps so hopefully that will stop these BSoDs

 

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