Shouldn’t need to disable your onboard soundcard. Can anything with the install be done differently? It would certainly be worth trying to disable onboard sound, but this does sound like something more serious. Any response is greatly appreciated! EMU support also got back to me in pretty good time.

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It’s been rock solid since I upgraded last fall. On my older PC, setting a latency of 2ms helped the card start reliably. The EMU icon in the taskbar displays a red exclamation mark. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Use the default CW filter in the K3 when doing this.

EMU USB Windows 7 Drivers – Home Recording forums

It is wise to download the latest driver from the E-MU website. Win windoes will find the driver and install the card in about 5 seconds. Important under Windows 7 or Vista: I know there issues with windows 7 drivers cos I have heard all sorts of nightmare stories.

Your “Audio IF, Hz” setting will be different than mine. Try reloading the driver again.

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I have no ideal if this will work with all ages and ueb revisions of the cards, but it’s worth a try if you have one of these cards, or if you find one a bargain price on eBay With the MME driver, latency should be set to 25ms. Windows 7 64 bit has an E-MU driver resident in the operating system. Can anything with the install be done differently?


Using Emu Interface with a e-nu that requires phantom power??? When I turn the device on, the Audio Control Panel disappears and cannot be opened.

But I can’t find any specific advice for this problem. Note the funny connector for the Left channel line input.

Settings for NaP3 can be found on the NaP3 page. When you put it in it updates all existing drivers to fit Windows 7s needs. Hi there, thanks for the responses. Click on the Levels tab abd set the recording level to 2.

The first Windows 7 boot CD. Apologies for being vague, ‘acquired’ means I bought it second hand – this can be a risk, but it works fine on my girlfriend’s mac so it’s clearly not the unit itself. At the end it asks you to put the CD back in. The time now is Click on the recording device you are using, and then click on the Properties button. When I try to open my sound device properties control panel it is non responsive, crashes and tells me that Windows Shell Common DLL is not responding. A ballpark setting can be found using this formula It would certainly be worth trying to disable onboard sound, but this does sound like something more serious.


Things were so much simpler back then If the unit comes with a power supply, try using that instead powering off the USB port. Back up first though to be safe Hope this helps. Some users have reported success using this their or on win7 and win Creative does not have the current driver posted anywhere, but there is a guy on the LP-PAN User Group who has a copy that can be downloaded.

It is wise to never power down the E-MU independently of the PC, since it will probably try to start back up with 48 kHz sampling rate.