Asus Audio Center always crash after sleep
Hello folks at TPU. Greetings! This is my first post in here. After always watching your site
to keep on latest updates and seeing how helpful when you help fellow users I decided to join.
Well, because I need your help immediately. Hehe.
The problem is my Asus Audio Center become crashing when I enter sleep mode, then I have
to reinstall it. This is problematic. Because the problem repeating. So I can't use sleep mode
at all to avoid it crash. If I do so, it will crash again.
What may be the problem? I use Xonar DG that's just been purchased recently. You can see
my spec, I have added it. I don't recall if it happened after I install something, I mean, I don't
remember before I get this problem sleep doesn't make crash.
I searched at google but I find nothing. And I haven't contacted Asus. I'm from Indonesia btw.
Looking forward for your assistance. Thanks for the help.
Definitely get on Asus about that to see if they know of any conflicts with your system and the card.
Are the drivers as up to date as possible for the card?
You also say it is a new card, did it not crash in sleep mode after you installed it or was this always an issue since you put it in?
I have installed the latest driver from Asus site. As I said I forgot if it was the case after I installed
the card or it just started after I have accidentally done something.
But I guess I should ask Asus about this. Thanks for replying though.
Another problem though, sometimes when playing video through MPC that came with K-Lite Codec
there's a hiss sound quite high. Usually I tinker with Audio Center and the sound will come out normal
again. Although I already tinkered with ffdshow audio codec by ticking some things. I wonder if
it is normal?
I still haven't had reply from Asus. Is bios setting a probability? Because when I OC my CPU
it won't resume, had to reset. The bios power setting is set to S3 (STR). I like it, because it
allowed me to resume without need to boot and no fan noise when idle.
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