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I have been using Cakewalk by Bandlab for some time, and I never had a problem with it, until recently, after I did a Windows Update. When I started up Cakewalk, I now get a message saying, 'There are no audio devices for the current driver model on your system. Please do to Edit Preferences Audio Playback and Recording and choose a different driver model'. I have always had ASIO selected under Driver mode. Under Devices Input Drivers and Output Drivers, nothing is listed. The issue is that I get no sound. For other applications and programs, the sound is working fine. I tried changing the driver mode to something different under Audio Devices, but I still get no sound. My assumption is that after I did a Windows Update, something has changed where Cakewalk by Bandlab is no longer recognizing the audio driver. How do I solve this problem?
I'm a brand new user of CbB. I commenced with "Get Started" in the Help Menu. Loaded one of the Demo files and received this error message. Then following your instructions trying to solve the issue: I wanted to make a recording with my mic but failed. Though I tried to sync the settings of my CbB (Edit>Preferences in Audio/Devices & Driver Setting as well as in File/Audio data) all my attempts were in vain. Kept on receiving the a/m error message. It seems to me as if my CbB could not communicate with my Realtek High Deffinition Audio soundcard. What is wrong? How could I solve it? Any idea?