Windows 10: USB 6 Channel 5.1 External Audio Sound Card Issue Solved

  1.    05 Jun 2018 #1

    USB 6 Channel 5.1 External Audio Sound Card Issue


    Hello, I bought this: CMedia WMA USB 6 Channel 5.1 External Audio Sound Card S/PDIF

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    Have installed using driver CM6206LX-1.04(CR), -Windows 10, seems to work fine after install. However, every time I reboot I lose the icon in the hidden tray that enables me to setup speakers etc, and runs this software:

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    I have to reinstall to get it back and then change all my audio settings etc again. Then reboot and its gone once more.

    Can you help?

    Thanks
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  2.    05 Jun 2018 #2

    USB 6 Channel 5.1 External Audio Sound Card Issue


    Who makes the sound card as I went to cmedia Web page says u need the driver from who makes the device
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  3.    05 Jun 2018 #3

    The same suggestion applies as I gave you on the sevenforums. Make sure the integrated Realtek audio is disabled so it can't conflict with the new audio. Windows only allows one default audio playback device and you want to use the USB device so there is no need for the Realtek. I wouldn't uninstall Realtek, just disable it in case you want to use it again at some point.
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  4.    05 Jun 2018 #4

    fireberd said: View Post
    The same suggestion applies as I gave you on the sevenforums. Make sure the integrated Realtek audio is disabled so it can't conflict with the new audio. Windows only allows one default audio playback device and you want to use the USB device so there is no need for the Realtek. I wouldn't uninstall Realtek, just disable it in case you want to use it again at some point.
    Hi, been through the entire Bios and nowhere can I see an option to disable the onboard sound adaptor.
    Just about everything else but not that.
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  5.    05 Jun 2018 #5

    You might try the Device Manager.
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  6.    05 Jun 2018 #6

    Hi. Disabled all other sound devices in device manager, uninstalled and reinstalled software. Same after reboot. Discovered that RunDLL was disabled in startup. Once installed the software which is linked to it worked and vanished after reboot. Enabled RunDLL in startup, solved. Thanks anyone who replied.
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