sound generation

I'm trying to use the example of OR generate in LV2011(32-bit) running on Win7 64-bit. The VI is set with the default settings and the setup of sound card on Windows via the control panel is the same: SR 44.1 kHz, 16-bit depth. Windows media player works well, but the VI, I think, does not see the audio (device inherent high-definition Intel S5520SC MB). I read a text of somewhere in the developer area while ensuring that DirectX is installed. As the OS Win7 is a new facility, it would be supposed to be installed when the OS was, and indeed, there are dozens of references to directx DirectX in the x 86 program files folder. Anyone can shed some light on this problem?

Thank you


Hi, if you look at the helpof the screw sound you can find that in the Act of DirectX 8.0 or later are required to run the code. Now, drilling screw you will find that they all use a shared library called lvsound2.dll. My suggestion, try upgrading DirectX and confirm that the library is on the PC.  Another problem I can think of is perhaps linked with the device ID. Try to play with values between 0 and 10, where the audio output is indexed from 0 (default).

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