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Windows 10 update?--Now No RX audio in WSJT-X. TX Works fine

John W9KXQJohn W9KXQ Member ✭✭
Yesterday, my new Windows 10 computer was working perfectly with WSJT-X. Old Computer running Win7 was physically replaced with the new following an update on restart of both computers. The Win10 now does not display any audio in the receiving bar or waterfall. I have uninstalled both SDR, DAX & CAT, along with other posts that recommended reinstall of WSJT-X following a deletion of files in the AppData directory & delete WSTJ-X folder. Program reinstalled, but still no receive audio. The TX audio & PTT work fine. Anybody have any ideas?

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  • Jay NationJay Nation Member
    edited May 2019
    John
    I'll offer to help you out at least. This sort of problem is easier to solve when I can discuss it with you directly in real time. If you click the "Flexradio IRC chat" link in my post signature, a webchat client will open a tab in your web browser, you will need to enter your choice of a Nick, using your Callsign for your nick might be best. I'm always in that IRC channel waiting for anyone that needs assistance.

        #FlexRadio IRC chat

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  • K0FLYK0FLY Member ✭✭
    edited January 2019
    John:  Jay can get you working.. 

     One thing that I found was that not all DAX channels get corrupted.  One Win 10 update killed channel 1 but 2 through 4 were working.  The last update brought DAX RX 1 back to life, but  left channel 3 dead, it shows audio in but no audio out.  illuminate in the sound display) and WSJT indicating input.   All four of my DAX channels now work.

     Make sure in the WSJT audio selection that there are no duplicates of the DAX RX channels, if so, then select the other one if that one does not work.  For instance I have seen DAX RX 1 listed twice.

    Gud luck,
    Gayle K0FLY
  • John W9KXQJohn W9KXQ Member ✭✭
    edited January 2019
    Jay, thanks for offer, will you be available to help about 4:15 CST?
  • Jay NationJay Nation Member
    edited May 2019
    John
    No problem, I Should be available until midnight CST, or whenever I pass out in the chair, whichever comes first.

        #FlexRadio IRC chat

    For real-time discussions

            SDRgadgets

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             73, Jay - NO5J

  • Robert LonnRobert Lonn Member ✭✭
    edited January 2019
    Thanks Jay for helping John out!!! A great way to start off the New Year with the Flex Community working as a TEAM!!!!!!

    Robert
  • Jay NationJay Nation Member
    edited May 2019
    BTW
    For anyone else wondering about IRC, just click the link in my post signature, and join in the discussion. Everyone's welcome! It's Free!!! Might as well use it, to keep from losing it. 

        #FlexRadio IRC chat

    For real-time discussions

            SDRgadgets

    User created documentation.
               Volunteer!!

             73, Jay - NO5J

  • John W9KXQJohn W9KXQ Member ✭✭
    edited January 2019
    Jay,
    Thanks again for all of your help to resolve the "windows" issue.  All is working perfect now.

    73

    John
    W9KXQ

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