when mine does this it is the "Default mic" set to DAX ch 8 in your Windows sound device manager "Record" settings.hope this helps.
I have to plug in a USB headset or Computer MIC and assign it as the default record device.
This is another WINBLOWS bug or feature.
you don't have to uninstall anything to fix this.
hope this helps
Can't understand what is causing the driver error. Unable to operate any digital modes (EasyPal, MMSSTV, Fldigi). The rest of the devices have been disabled under both playback and record. When I view the disabled devices, none of them are green or defaulted either. Thanks for the reply.
I got the same error dialog box, and the DAX control panel had a red checkbox on the RX button of one of the DAX Channels.
When I checked, all of my DAX channels in Windows Control panel were missing.
I uninstalled SSDR & DAX. Rebooted the computer. installed SSDR/DAX. Did a "Hold the OK Button + Power Button restart persistence reset of the 6500.
Finally everything is fine. I needed to disable DAX Lines 5-8 again, and reconfigure the properties (sampling rate, etc) on DAX Lines 1-4, but it all seems to work OK again. (After having done this multiple times in previous releases, I have gotten the process down so that it only takes about 15-20 minutes.)
Here is the bad news....I exported all of my profiles before doing this...i thought...
Apparently something messed up in the process and what got saved did not include all of my TX Profiles (about 10) that I spend a lot of time perfecting. So I needed to reset them all manually. But one benefit to having "grown up" during the pre-release and early 1.0 days is that I have gotten pretty fast at programming TX profiles!
Moral of the story... Save those Global Profiles frequently! and to multiple locations!
Ken - NM9P
FYI: I am running a Lenovo Ideacentre K410 with i3 processor and 6 GB RAM and Windows 10 Insider Preview. The quirkiness of a pre-release OS may have something to do with it. But at least I got it running.
What operating system? I saw this error when playing around with my Windows 10 64 bit box. Here's what I did to fix it in Windows 10. I manually installed DAX.
Browse to C:\Program Files\FlexRadio Systems\SmartSDR v1.4.11\64-bit Drivers
Double click the IQ_DAX folder. Double click SmartSDR_IQ_DAX_install.bat
Now go back to the 64-bit Drivers folder and double click the RXAudio_DAX folder. Double click SmartSDRRXAudio_DAX_install.bat
Go back to the 64-bit Drivers folder and double click the TXAudio_DAX folder. Double click the SmartSDR_TX_DAX_install.bat.
Once complete, reboot and test again.