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E-MU 0404 USB - foobar2000 "forgets" ASIO config on shutdown
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post Mar 23 2011, 16:34
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Yirkha - Can't thank you enough for addressing this frustrating problem...THANKYOU.

I purchased the 0404 a few weeks ago KNOWING your Foobar fix was available.

QUESTION for 0404 users:
Will this driver switch BITRATE automatically or do I still need to switch between 16 and 24 bit manually (as I assume from what I see in the Foobar ASIO config panel)?

Cheers,
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Marco89
post Mar 29 2011, 18:58
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Is there the similar patch for E-MU 0204? Because I have the same problem with ASIO drivers installed on Win7 64x and this patch is not working with my card.

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post Apr 5 2011, 14:54
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QUOTE (sauron_pk @ Mar 6 2011, 04:49) *
Yirkha you are great men!!

Can you please do me a favor and for anyone who is using this card with the latest beta drivers?
in these new drivers the dll was changed for another one, anything was updated(i don't know what) but the file creation and size it's different from the latest stable drivers...and the product version too(from the properties)

so here are the files, can you please fix it in these?


http://www.gigasize.com/get.php?d=c24g668tl8b x86 system32


http://www.gigasize.com/get.php?d=k3fkcym4dcd x64 SystemWOW64


thanks a lot!!!!!

anyone :$
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sauron_pk
post Apr 27 2011, 00:42
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FreeBorN
post Jun 18 2011, 20:36
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The owner of an EMU-0404 is thanking Yirkha for his solution (emasio.dll) which works perfectly and remembers ASIO settings on 2'nd restart.
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hmoewou
post Jun 26 2011, 16:03
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Thank you very very much Yirkha!

I'm using W7, 64 bit and an Emu 0404 USB with the stock drivers for XP/Vista. No need for the W7 beta driver, these old drivers work just fine under W7 as well.

I did the procedure as described by T_B_Good here in post #51 and i'm using the files uploaded by Yirkha in post #41.

Works like a charm, including auto sample rate switching.

Thanks again!

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T_B_Good
post Oct 29 2011, 15:21
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Marco89, this solution works for E-MU 0204 as well. I have upgraded from 0202 to 0204 and firstly installed its native driver provided. than i replaced DLLs and it is working again. just make sure you put x86 to SysWOW64 and x64 to /System32 not the opposite!

So to conclude:
As confirmed, Yirkha's DLLs should work for the models: 0202, 0204, 0404. may also work for other E-MUs.
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AudioOmen
post Nov 28 2011, 11:16
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Any news about the problem guys?

I've recently bought E-MU 0204 and faced exact problems on Windows 7 64x with click noises. I've investigated the problem and it certainly happens due to damn driver that makes click sounds when signal goes to the soundcard, e.g. when music or system sounds are started or stopped. I've even wrote a small program that captures sound device with void .wav file and plays it infinitely - problem disappears. However, it seems to be like a wooden wheel attached to the Mercedes. WTF?!

Also waiting E-MU's horrible support answer about drivers renewal.
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