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  • Asio low latency generic driver

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    How to Uninstall Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver Post general topics related to Cubase Pro 8, Cubase Artist 8 and Cubase Elements 8 here. I recently performed a clean installation of Cubase on my Windows 10 workstation and immediately experienced failures. We followed recommendations in another forum to remove a couple of registry entries, and consequently fixed the Sonar problem.

    However, Device Manager still shows "Microsoft" drivers when, in fact, all of my AES16 audio ports use "Lynx" drivers.

    Steinberg Low Latency ASIO Driver

    How do I completely uninstall the Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver? A list of keys to delete manually?

    Asio low latency generic driver

    That is almost certainly why Device Manager is displaying inaccurate information and is cause for serious concern. So, again, if somebody could please help me to completely uninstall the Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver, I would be very grateful.

    Low Latency Asio Driver

    But what you see in windows device manager is related to the WDM driver the one pulled from the windows driverstore the generic low latency ASIO driver is a separate Steinberg driver and does not display itself here. When you configure Cubase you should be able to select from 3 options: WDM driver windows driver model driver Generic asio speudo asio wrapper from Steinberg to use WDM driver Vendor ASIO - you should see something called LYNX ASIO Driver, this is the one you want.

    Also note that since the redstone update win10 no longer accepts unsigned drivers, you will need to enforce these manually, or download new updated Win10 drivers from the LynX website.

    It is very annoying, and I also was messing around until I found a simple solution. In my case I use my device Focusrite ASIO driver, and prevent the use of the Steinberg generic ASIO driver completely with a very simple procedure. You can see if this works for you. There is a directory named Asio in your C: Just make a back-up of this directory very important - I will explain later why , and simply remove this directory from the given location.

    Now restart windows, and you will notice Sonar no longer uses that generic ASIO driver. It makes no difference for Cubase, because you should use the device ASIO driver in stead of a generic driver anyway.

    Asio low latency generic driver

    Now - Here is the reason you must make a back-up of that Asio directory. All version update programs from Steinberg expect that Asio directory to be in place. So - Every time you do an update you have to copy that directory back in c: After doing the update, you make a fresh back-up of the Asio directory, and delete that directory again from the c: I have used this procedure for more than a year now, without any ill side effects. No need to use any registery stuff at all. That said, if you where doing some registery changes, it is possible it broke some things. If the above procedure does not work it could be that case.

    It could be possible you have to re-install Windows. If it does not work, or causes problems I can always restore the original settings. MSI ZA Gaming Pro Carbon, AI: PreSonus Studio Mobile, Mic Preamp: PreSonus TubePre, Headphone Amp: VB3, SampleTank 3, Amplitube 4, Miroslav Philharmonik 2, EZDrummer 2 https: You can "uninstall" the driver and check the box to also remove the files.

    This is not win7 where you see the audio card in device manager. These are the audio outputs for windows the wdm outputs. All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by: Author Post time Subject Direction: Who is online Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 9 guests.