03-18-2009 10:03 AM
A user posted this:
After a long search i discovered what causes these problems on my computers.
I have one AMD desktop and one INTEL notebook and on both comptuters the AK 5370 went searching for drivers.
The computers have both Windows XP and SP3.
The solution: After installing SP3 the following file is changed; System32/inf/wdma_usb.inf becomes wdma_usb.bak.
Change it back to inf and you have a perfect working AK5370.
This will apply to all USB audio devices.
04-04-2009 08:28 AM
Back in 2006 I remember doing that, funny how everything old becomes new again eh?
But the files in question are located (the default path anyways) in /Windows/INF. The INF folder is hidden so you will need to ensure the 'show hidden files and folders' button is selected in folder options.
02-09-2010 07:24 AM
Assume that this inf is also required for the V20 speakers?
I have a Dell Optiplex 360 purchased in January 2010 with Win 7 downgraded to XP for an OS. I have done searches for the wdma_usb.inf but it does not appear to be anywhere on my C:/ drive.