PeterRDI bought a Nu Audio card in April and I am having many problems with driver 0.2.1.10 (and older). I have raised a ticket but so far no joy. I'm running Win 10 Home 64bit, latest build on an Asus Prime H270Pro board. I bought it primarily to record vinyl so I have my deck plugged into the line inputs (through a phono amp of course) and the output to my amp. Following issues: 1. If I just play a record and want to listen, can't - there is no sound (though system sounds do play). Windows sound settings shows there is an input. If I plug headphones into the Nu Audio headphone socket, no sound. The only way I have been able to get the card to work, strangely is when I use my audio capture software for recording - Wave Corrector Pro. It has an 'Aux Monitor' switch - if I tick that, the Nu Audio interface comes to life and shows the input sound and output and the headphone output works as well. I guess this gives a clue as to what is going on but I can't find a permanent fix. 2. The load and save buttons on the Nu Audio interface software are greyed out. Nothing I do makes them usable.
PeterRDHi, Typical, after I made my post, I was able to resolve my first issue. I went into Windows Sound Control Panel / Recording / EVGA Line In/Listen and ticked the listen box. I can now listen to audio being fed to my linein input. This has also resolved the horrendous latency I was experiencing though the Wave Corrector software (greater than 1 second between stylus down and hearing anything). I've never had to go into this menu for my MAudio card!Thanks for confirming that the Load and Save buttons are meant to do nothing. Perhaps that should be stated somewhere in the manual? I was expecting that if I set some equalisation settings that I'd be able to save them, and then load them, if necessary. Seems a reasonable deduction to make as the buttons are there! Thanks for the recording suggestions. I'm happy with Wave Corrector Pro, and compared to other software offering a declick function, it's the best I've found by far. Others I tried impacted on the sound so much they were a waste of time. So that just leaves my points 3 and 4 to resolve. When loading the interface software I'd like to be given the option to install for all users, not just the administrator account. I'll put up with the update error message. Perhaps both issues could that be resolved in the next update.
PeterRD 4. If I do boot into my Windows User account I always get a message saying that I need to restart to finish loading EVGA drivers (don't get this message if running admin account).