No joy. HDSDR still says "Windows reports that your soundcard is already in use ..."
Windows Media Player happily uses the ASUS.
Device Manager says nothing about which program is using the ASUS.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Alan" <alan4alan@...> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> Subject: RE: [softrock40] Windows reports that your soundcard is already in use ...
> > I have several computers running skimmers and I have Asus Xonar's, M-Audio, Creative and the native board sound all on 3 of 4
> > dedicated computers. The only sound card that I found that will share drivers happily with another of the same brand were the
> > M-Audio's.
> Yes, but I did install a M-Audio 1010 (Not LT) and that uninstalled a D44.
> I have a 1010LT and 2 D44s in this computer as well as on-board and 2 others, both Creative but different models.
> But on the two XP computers I tried I could not get the Xonar to work with any other internal sound system, I even had to disable
> the on-board. It did work with an EMU USB.
> The EMUs do have a device drop-down in their control panel so I presume they can have more than one fitted. But as you say, there
> are not many identical cards that will work together.
> 73 Alan G4ZFQ