|09-07-2007, 12:55 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2007
\Please hope me out againts. I just rebot my computer a few days ago/ when i stick the MXL USB 006 mic in, it comes out like this,
did anyone kone what happend to it, please gosh hope me out
thanks so much
oh also when i try to install the Team game (counter trike )
it was like this too/
Last edited by commanlove; 10-01-2007 at 09:18 PM..
|10-02-2007, 01:38 AM||#3|
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Join Date: Feb 2007
I dont know. But I do know, you should choose between recording audio, and video games. Which do you like more? Sometimes computers have problems wearing too many hats with audio and video.
|10-21-2007, 11:07 AM||#4|
Join Date: Feb 2007
Problem #1 - Devices
Here's what I think your problem is:
Not all USB devices are "hot swappable".
That is, you can't simply plug and unplug them while the computer is running.
You must "safely remove" certain devices and NOT JUST UNPLUG THEM!
Sometimes you have to shut off a device, then "safely remove it".
If a device requires this and you just unplug it, the computer may get confused, ie: it then thinks a different device is still plugged in.
Your computer might wind up with redundant instances of the USB devices because each time you unplug it thinks they're still there but each time you plug in it thinks it finds something new. Well, it's something like that I think, but I'm not quite geeky enough to be sure if this is theoretically correct or the correct geekology.
In the first screen shot, the second from the right icon in the system tray is function for doing just that.
To me, that indicates to very real possibility that you have to do just that with one of your devices, most likely the "Team game counter trike".
The first thing I would do is click that icon and see what is listed, if anything.
If there is, I would plug the device(s) listed back in and then perform the "safely remove" function. Reboot and then plug the device you want to use in to see what occurs.
If this doesn't fix it, you could:
Go to Control Panel -> System -> Hardware-> Device Manager
Look at Universal Serial Bus (USB) controllers.
Are there several instances of the same controller?
Delete them and reboot with no devices plugged in.
Windows will recognize the controllers and cleanly re-install them.
Then, plug in the mic.
Does windows recognize the device?
Does it work?
Problem # 2
Somewhere in your system you have set conflicting sample rates.
If you have an outboard audio interface/soundcard, etc., you might want to disable the internal card. Or, just set it for certain duties.
I don't know a thing about cool edit pro, but you must be able to control the audio interface settings. You ned to find where that is and check the sample rate settings. Your sound device has the same thing. I would think Cool edit pro would recognize the outboard device, but maybe you need to set them independently. If your outboard device is USB, you might just be having this conflict because of the above mentioned problem.
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