598Re: Spectrum Lab on Windows 7
- Feb 21, 2012Hello Joseph-
I just happened across this post while trying to troubleshoot the same problem on a Dell Optiplex 745 running Windows Vista. In my case, simply plugging in headphones and a microphone made the problem disappear. Apparently, Windows Vista (and up??) can sense whether there is actually something plugged in to the input/output device- at least on my system anyway. I am using the onboard (motherboard) audio chipset. This reply probably comes too late to help you, but perhaps someone else 'Googling' about may benefit. Hope this helps.
Joe F. KC8RKL
--- In SpectrumLabUsers@yahoogroups.com, "Joseph Frippiat" <joseph_frippiat@...> wrote:
> when I run Spectrum Lab on Windows 7, I get this error message :-
> SpecLab error #7880
> device ID out of range in SoundInOpen
> I tried to run it as administrator : same result.
> My soundcard is a 'Realtek High Definition Audio'.
> I tried with V2.76 b8 and V2.76 b15.
> Thanks for any help,
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