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I upgraded my computer which came with Win7. I have a Tevion Home DVD Creator bought from Aldi which worked fine on my old XP machine.
When I tried to install it on the Win7 machine the USB EMP Audio driver would not work. Windows update for the Driver failed to correct the problem so I did a Google search & found your answer on the Windows Client TechCenter > Windows 7 IT Pro Forums > Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility website (http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itprohardware/thread/1f000c1d-85ba-4c53-bf4f-deb36b43e47d Where can I find a USB EMP Audio Driver for Windows 7 ) - VERY BIZARRE
I downloaded DRIVER PACKAGE2 ->THE SPECIAL DRIVERS OF EasyCap DC60+ v3.1B FOR 32bit & 64bit WIN7 (Dated Aug-20-2010) & it works. Thank you so much for ending hours of frustration & much cursing at Bill Gates! Why doesn’t Microsoft automatically use your driver, with an appropriate fee to you, to update everyone’s driver when migrating to Win7. (Now there’s a question!)
Once again, enormous thanks to you & I hope Microsoft take up your driver and richly reward you –you deserve it.
You were correct about the "distorted" audio on the DVD. My previous post was before I burned an hour & a half DVD but I had monitored the playback from an analogue camcorder & the sound was fine on the computer. When I burned a DVD & then put the DVD in a TV DVD machine, the video was OK but the sound was interrupted by about 1 second quiet spaces about every second.
I went through the steps you set out to change to Microsoft's default USB audio driver only to find I don't have the "USB Audio Device" driver listed, only 3 versions of USB EMP Audio Device. I tried unticking the "show compatible hardware" box but failed to find a "USB Audio Device" driver. I have a "High Definition Audio Device" driver listed but when I select that I get a warning that this is not compatible.
Is the problem likely to be with the audio driver or the DVD creation software?
MAD@usoft wrote:I searched the internet after failing to find the default USB audio driver on Microsoft's website. I had also put my Win7 disc in & failed. It seems you have to have a hardware device, that requires the generic Microsoft USB audio driver, plugged in to a USB port before Win7 automatically searches & installs it. Unfortunately, I do not have such hardware.
I have Win7 Prof SP1 64 bit running on an AMD Phenom II x4 955 Processor, 3.2Ghz, 4 GB RAM.
I'm currently attempting to produce a DVD on my old XP machine which I have dusted off & fired up. I'll let you know if that was successful.
Thanks for your help.
JamKing wrote:Hello, I have the same problem with my Tvion Home DVD Creator bought from Aldi which worked fine on my old Vista machine.
When I tried to install it on the Win7 machine the USB EMP Audio driver would not work.
After i installed the driver 2C listed in this thread, it did load without error message but the audio is still very distorted. I updated the device manager per instructions in this thread but that did not help.
Any other ideas to make my Tvion work on Windows 7
i installed the following driver which loaded correctely but AUDIO still does not work.
2C. NEW! Drivers of EasyCAP DC60+, EzCAP108 and EzCAP116 for 32bit and 64bit Windows 7
(USB 2861 Device for video and USB EMP Audio Device for audio, dated 23/8/2011)
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