[AG-TECH] Windows 7 64bits, cannot find audio device in RAT
nsvoboda at math.lsu.edu
Mon Jul 11 09:41:46 CDT 2011
I had a similar problem. In my case, the hardware/software would not
recognize input unless the plug was inserted *and* sound was on the
left-channel. I had been connecting mono outputs to the stereo input on
the computer and unless I directed the mono line to the left channel (or
just combine outside the computer), input would not be recognized.
LSU Department of Mathematics
On 7/8/2011 5:33 PM, Griebel, Keith wrote:
> Hello Quang,
> We had a fairly similar issue with Windows 7 64bit where the audio device was detected in RAT but it wouldn't output anything to it, even though the meter was lighting up in RAT just fine. We discovered that at least with our particular hardware (HP Z800 onboard audio) that there had to be something physically plugged into the audio output jack before/while AG/RAT is opened in order for it to work. If we opened the software before plugging in headphones, speakers, line out, etc. RAT wouldn't send anything through Windows, but you could hear any other sounds played from other programs... quite odd! Maybe your hardware is similar where you need something plugged in before RAT is opened so it can detect it properly? You probably tried this already but I just thought I would mention it, even though you described a different issue where RAT wasn't detecting any audio device at all.
> Hope that helps,
> Have a good weekend!
> Keith Griebel
> Communications Technician
> Classroom Technology Services
> South Dakota State University
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> Subject: [AG-TECH] Windows 7 64bits, cannot find audio device in RAT
> We found this out after installing Creative Labs driver and even after we uninstalled all Creative software, RAT still cannot find any audio device. We have tried using several different sound cards without any luck.
> I remember there is a similar thread and wonder if anyone has found a solution. We plan to reformat the hard drive and install a fresh copy of Windoze 7.
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