How to get external sound device & audio out of XP Mode in Win 7 host?

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Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows XP
Sounds and Audio Devices
Virtual PC
Hi there... I recently set up XP Mode Virtual PC inside my Win 7 Ultimate OS.

1) It's all running fine, but I can't get any audio out of it?

2) A Focusrite Saffire & M-Audio External Sound devices are connected to my main Win 7.

3) My goal is to run DAW apps in my XP Pro XP Mode VM, and send the audio out to/thru my Sound Devices. I've tried varying ways, with no success thus far.

Any guidance will be MOST APPRECIATED.

Cheers, krispy



Software/Hardware used:
DAWs: Cubase, Acid Pro, Pro-Tools, Sound Forge ; Asus P5Q Pro with Quad Core Q9650, 8gb Ram

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Check all the Sound Drivers if all installed, especially that sound Device..see if its configured correctly, check also for compatibility mode towards both of your Operating system(win 7/xp)…

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  • JennyMack
    Hi there Krispy, Just curious, is this an enterprise IT question, or are you asking a question about your home system? IT Knowledge Exchange is a community for IT pros to discuss questions related to their jobs. Thanks, Jenny Community Manager
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