I’m having problems with the DAX. It’s coming up an error message that says: DAX Driver Error. I went to the 64 bit drivers carpet and uninstalled the drivers and re installed them back and the error keep coming up. I have the version 3.0.27 and Windows 10. If someone can help me will be well appreciated.Thanks 73
This seems to be the most common problem with SmartSDR. Almost every day, I see the same post as yours. Frequently this problem is caused by Windows updating and not y naming the audio ports correctly. There seems to be a variety of cures the most common being reinstalling SmartSDR but there might be easier remedies. Also, many people end up resorting to the help desk to resolve the damnable recurring problem.
"DAX error after Windows Update 1907 and upgrade to 2.5.1"
Make sure that your Windows Sound Properties is set to the correct input/output devices . No DAX devices are flagged ( with a green check mark) as a default sound device . Then if you have to correct, always reboot after making changes just to make sure it’s not changing from rebooting, I would maybe suggest you uninstall SmartSDR, BE SURE to remove and not save the DAX drivers, reboot again and then re-install SSDR , check to make sure that the default sounds are still correct. This corrects manY of the DAX issues unless there are windows registry issues causing incorrect DAX devices being applied to an incorrect driver.
Sometimes Windows even straightens it out with additional reboots, there is some AI involved in the OS.
Flex Help Desk can also help, so don’t get frustrated..