N/APosted on - 06/15/2012
Hi guys, I have got an error with my sAPO installation.
Then, I noticed that my sound card is not AC97.
However, I changed the device ID and sound card device channels (like topology and wave).
;; These are the strings passed to PcRegisterSubdevice for wave ports
KSNAME_eWave = "Wave"
KSNAME_eTopo = "Topology"
But now I get an error message whenever I try to install my driver. In addition, I’m using Windows Vista.
How can I run my sAPO installation without getting this error?
Anyone knows what seems to be the problem here?
Creative AudioPCI(ES1371.ES1373)(WDM) Property Hardware Ids Value PCTVEN_1274&DEV_1371&SUBSYS_13711274&REV_07 PCIVEN_1274&DEV_1371&SUBSYS_13711274 PCIVEN_1274&DEV_1371&CC_040100 PCIVEN_1274&DEV_1371&CC_0401
Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
SAPO Installation Error on Windows Vista PC
I’m not sure if this is really an error based on the image you posted. You are looking at the details of the soundcard’s driver and this doesn’t display the error if ever there is indeed a problem with the soundcard’s driver.
I am running a Windows XP Professional 32-bit Service Pack 3 on my computer and I also have those information in my soundcard [my soundcard is SoundMAX]. Not exactly the same but I also have those 4 sets of data under Value.
If you are indeed sure that there is something wrong with the soundcard, try reinstalling it to try making it work. Since you know how to go to the Device Manager, right-click on your soundcard there then select Uninstall. After this, run the other installer for your soundcard. AC97 is the driver used by Realtek soundcard.
Run this one to install the correct driver and see if it will recognize the device.
Finish the installation and then restart the installation for sAPO.