What’s the deal with this sound card? Does anyone know where this card originates, and how it was able to carry the “XG” logo if it has no support for it? XWave is only branding. Sound wave on monitor turn off. Test your internet connection. I have a PCI Xwave soundcard with chipset:
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MAME has a sound device in it named QS and it’s surely from the same manufacturer, it’s surely one of those Asian “knock-off” manufacturers.
Labway A411-G70 Xwave QS3000A Sound Card MIDI PCI LWHA411G7 – Tested & Working
Does anyone know where this card originates, and how it was able to carry the “XG” logo if it has no support for it? Take a look exactly what make and model is written on the card and get the right drivers for it. I have a PCI Xwave soundcard with chipset: Results 1 to 7 of 7.
Test your internet connection. See 2 for manual. Thanks in advance for shedding any light on this. Sound wave on monitor turn off.
There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. The packaging made it sound otherwise.
Replace and strike any key when ready. At least then I could use the card to its full, albeit limited, potential.
Bad drivers for windows I guess? It actually misses notes in Passport.
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Just found a pic of the packaging on Amazon. By in forum PressF1. Labway AG70 Yamaha X-wave QA Very low sound levels but only in windows I got this sound card, it installs fine, but sound levels are very very low if I plug a CD drive into the internal CD connector and press play on the drive, volume is normal level If I connect something to line in, volume sojnd normal level Both levels adjust normally via software too Board index All times are UTC.
However, it has no General Midi support at all, and comes only with a “QSound” utility. This really explains a lot. As for the card, you’re in luck!
XWave is only branding. The QS, QS, etc. Installation is fairly straightforward, and DOS game compatibility is very good within Windows. So now it works fine Bookmarks Bookmarks Facebook Twitter Digg del. What’s the deal with this sound card? This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Baorandicky96Google [Bot]hard1kPredator99Tronix and 16 lwha411gg7.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. No doubt mic would probably be the same But if I play anything with software in windows, it’s so low you can barely hear it. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Oh well, it works, probably shouldn’t worry about it. BUT how did it work in Ubuntu, Linux is good but being able to change jumpers by itself?