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Asustek Tiger Capture Device Driver Download
After a clean install my tiger capture device is missing and i cant capture “what you hear” can anyone enlighten me as where to get it and help me make sure its the correct one for my soundcard if thats how it works!? Please help us maintain a helpfull driver collection. This has consequently meant that the software accompanying it will not launch.
I’m the owner asustej a Packard Bell imedia which has a Asustek tiger capture device sound card. Software for USB capture device? A couple of weeks ago I installed Windows 7.
Then i realized that the program they gave me to run it wouldn’t work with windows vista, so i installed the drivers and luckily Media Center was able to run it.
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As I wasn’t able to fix it I reinstalled XP. Uninstalling the sound drivers and the restarting ddvice in 4 HD Audio devices being installed and the original Asustek. Drivers Software for USB capture device?
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Discussion in ‘ Multimedia ‘ started by bertolliJan 25, Sound not working in Win7: Ssustek you use this site again?: Windows Vista Home Basic Windows Vista Ultimate Windows 8 Enterprise If you encounter problems with the asustsk download for these operating systems, please consult the driver download manager for the specific Asustek Tiger Capture Device model. In any event, as you are upgrading from XP to Win7, ensure you have ALL of the proper drivers installed for all of your hardware.
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