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sly_ducks
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Jul 29, 2015
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Workaround for Windows 8 users:
1. Throw out the driver installation disk. 2. Navigate to the page located at the bottom of this comment (I have no idea why it's at the bottom) http://www.xduoo.com/xduoo/EnDownload.asp 3. Download the "TUSB_v2.23.0.rar" file. 4. Unzip the file, and navigate into the folder resulting from this process. 5. Run the "TUSBAudio_CustomizationKit_v2.23.0" file. 6. Once installed, navigate to *the location you specified*\DriverPackages\ and run the "XMOS_EVAL_KITS_DriverSetup_v2.23.0" file. 7. Congratulations! Take a deep breath and be relieved you didn't have to go through the 10 minute breakdown I did while figuring this out.
Jul 29, 2015
dvprk
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Aug 4, 2015
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I did these steps but on step 6... It can't recognize the TA-01... T__T
"Setup requires that the device is plugged in. Please connect the device you want to install and make sure it is turned on. If your device is currently connected, please unplug and replug it."
Aug 4, 2015
sly_ducks
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Aug 4, 2015
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I had that issue a few times as well. Does unplugging and re-plugging not fix it?
Also, is this on Windows 8 or 10? I wrote that guide for 8, and haven't gotten it to work for 10 yet (just haven't had the time). If I can get it working, I will update the appropriate comments.
Aug 4, 2015
dvprk
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Aug 6, 2015
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Tried it on both windows 7 and 8 on two of my laptops. I tried it on my work laptop (win 7) and for some reason it worked.... But that's my work laptop. I WISH it would work for my home laptop (win 8)....
Edit: I uninstalled on my work laptop Bc it's my work laptop... But I wanted to at least see if the DAC would work so I'm trying to reinstall but now I'm getting the same error message as my other laptops.... Arggg damn Chinese products
Aug 6, 2015
dvprk
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Aug 6, 2015
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I think for the DAC it is not compatible with 3.0 USB... I was able to install on my work laptop only using non-high speed port AND DAC had to be turned off....
Aug 6, 2015
Pacbough
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Aug 7, 2015
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I have the DAC/amp working on my computer's USB 3.0 port right now. When I was messing around with some settings and reinstalling the driver, I got the same error "device needs to be plugged in". Unplugging and replugging worked for me.
Does Windows detect the DAC/amp and attempt to look for a driver? I installed the driver after Windows failed to find a driver for it.
Aug 7, 2015
dvprk
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Aug 7, 2015
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no my windows doesnt look for a driver.
I even tried using the old version of the TUSBAudio Kit from xduoo's site.... same issue
I feel that I tried everything for my laptops to recognize the DAC... but no success... T__T
Aug 7, 2015
Pacbough
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Aug 20, 2015
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Make sure the USB drivers for your laptop are up to date.
Aug 20, 2015
Ananzy
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Oct 30, 2015
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Thank you!!
Oct 30, 2015
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