Topic: new pops and crackles with i7 Windows 7

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    No. As far as I know ASIO4ALL just delivers the ASIO driver model/protocol to an already installed/working audio interface…so it should work with any available audio interface. You should definitely give it a try.

    sam c

    I had purchased this computer with a wireless internet card. Not sure why since I will never use it on the internet, recording only. When i disabled it the pops are gone! Cannot believe that over the entire weekend I could not figure that out!

    Oh well, it is nice to have a modern computer….I hung on to that Pent 4 for a long time….hope this one lasts as long.

    Thank for your help!


    For future reference, ASIO4ALL uses standard Windows audio (probably DirectX / Direct Audio?) and creates a virtual ASIO driver. So, that’s why I can use my motherboard’s on-board audio solution in Podium, because I use ASIO4ALL, which Podium interacts with its ASIO driver, and then ASIO4ALL converts all that to normal Windows Audio drivers. Something like that.

    I’m glad you fixed your problem. The wireless card was doing that? That’s quite strange, for it to only affect ASIO audio and not normal audio? Still, a solution is a solution!

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