- March 14, 2021 at 11:50 pm
So I recently built a new PC, and I am having some audio issues. I am using a standard 3.5mm jack speakers, and a wireless headphone.
If the audio output is set to the speakers (Windows says: Realtek USB audio) and I am trying to edit some videos in Vegas Pro, it crashes every other audio (from YouTube, or from VLC) when I am starting the program. If I close Vegas Pro 18 it gets back to normal.
But if the audio output is set to my headphones, the audio from YouTube just stutters for a second and it doesn’t crash. Also I saw that the audio is crashing at the same time when Vegas Pro’s bootscreen says “ASIO Driver Realtek ASIO”. I attached a video from this.
I downloaded and installed the driver from the motherboard manufacturer’s site, Windows updated.
Video of the audio crash: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dJi-dl6twnHxXcDhF_BQVhhP6nBAvN6_/view?usp=sharing
Motherboard: ASUS Z590-F
CPU: INTEL i9 10900K
Speakers: Creative GIGAWORKS T40 Series II
Headphones: HyperX Cloud Flight S
Please anybody can help me with this?
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