night ans day wrote:As I recall those models require drivers for them to work on win xp but plug and play on win 10, but win 10 is prone to problems like needing rebooting for them to workef37a wrote:[
Drop a score on a Behringer UCA 202/222. They are generic USB so work on anything and the replay quality is far better than most inbuilt laptop sound cards.
Given that these sound cards are less then $25, manufacture don't tend to bother to keep up with the latest driver and support for newer machine, infact when they blatantly publish in there manuals that you will receive a CD with all the drivers on to install on your machine and there simply is no disk supplied. Just don't expect a lot of help and support for an old sound card under $25!
I don't have a W10 machine handy as yet to try mine on but I would be VERY surprised if the UCA did not work on ten now.
I found some folks having RECORDING problems with the wee things in 2018 but replay was fine. I would bet any wrinkles have been ironed out by now.
BTW...not "an old soundcard"! The converters are still very current. Ok, not a brilliant device but you should get a noise floor around -85dBfs and you would be hard put to find programme with that dynamic range! Anyhoos! How long would 25 bucks last down the Mucky Duck?