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device ID has been used that is out of range for your system

New Here ,
Oct 03, 2013 Oct 03, 2013

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Hi, I'm using Audition 1.5. In edit view I'm trying to hit play but a window comes up that says a device ID has been used that is out of range for your system. An error was generated by your sound card. It may not be properly configured - reinstall your sound card driver, check the sound card documentation and, if necessary, contact the sound card manufacturer to help you resolve this hardware error.

I already reinstalled the driver, any ideas?

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LEGEND ,
Oct 03, 2013 Oct 03, 2013

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What is the soundcard? What operating system are you using? What options are shown in Audition's Options/Device Properties Wave Out page?

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Oct 04, 2013 Oct 04, 2013

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Hey, I appreciate the response but I actually fixed the issue. Thanks anyways!

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Subject: device ID has been used that is out of range for your system

Re: device ID has been used that is out of range for your system

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What is the soundcard? What operating system are you using? What options are shown in Audition's Options/Device Properties Wave Out page?

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LEGEND ,
Oct 04, 2013 Oct 04, 2013

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What was the fix then in case anyone else comes up with the same problem?

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Dec 02, 2013 Dec 02, 2013

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windows 7 right ? it was very easy .. double click on your speaker icon, choose recording device and choose the device you want.

done

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Community Expert ,
Dec 03, 2013 Dec 03, 2013

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daffaudio wrote:

windows 7 right ? it was very easy .. double click on your speaker icon, choose recording device and choose the device you want.

That definitely won't be it.

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Dec 04, 2013 Dec 04, 2013

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wow, thanks SteveG .. But I have experience with it. and that's what I did, successfully

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Community Expert ,
Dec 04, 2013 Dec 04, 2013

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No that won't be it - because that would potentially select a recording device, and the OP was complaining about a playback issue. If you get a transport failure, it's because Audition and the sound device aren't getting on - nothing to do with speaker icons or anything like that. So whatever experience you had, I'm afraid you misinterpreted it.

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Dec 07, 2016 Dec 07, 2016

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I have windows 10 (This does work)

Right click on sound icon on task bar right hand side bottom.

Click on SOUND

On Recording make Stereo the default and (apply)

On Cool Edit Pro 2.1 Icon on the desk top

Right Click   Properties

Compatibility

go down to and tick run this program as an administrator (apply).

This will work but you will have to open via administrator every time

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Dec 10, 2022 Dec 10, 2022

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windows 10 Audition 1.5.  sound card problem

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Feb 19, 2024 Feb 19, 2024

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Thanks, that worked. I didn't have to run CEP as an administrator though, it worked right after setting it on Recording to Stereo (called stereo-mix).

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Mar 01, 2024 Mar 01, 2024

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Certainly! It sounds like you're encountering a frustrating issue with Adobe Audition 1.5. The error message you're receiving indicates a problem with your sound card configuration. Despite reinstalling the driver, the issue persists.

Here are a few troubleshooting steps you can try:

  1. Verify Sound Card Compatibility: Ensure that your sound card is compatible with Adobe Audition 1.5. Check Adobe's official documentation or their support forums for any known compatibility issues.

  2. Update Sound Card Driver: Even though you've reinstalled the driver, it's worth checking if there are any newer versions available. Visit the website of your sound card manufacturer to download and install the latest driver for your specific model.

  3. Check Hardware Connections: Ensure that your sound card is properly connected to your computer. Sometimes loose connections can cause errors. Try reseating the sound card if it's an internal one, or ensure that any external connections are secure [office clean outs](https://www.junkrecolet.com/)  

  4. Test with Different Sound Card: If possible, try using a different sound card to see if the issue persists. This can help determine if the problem lies with your current sound card or if it's a software-related issue.

  5. Check System Requirements: Make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements for Adobe Audition 1.5. Insufficient hardware capabilities can sometimes lead to compatibility issues.

  6. Contact Adobe Support: If none of the above solutions work, it may be beneficial to contact Adobe's customer support. They may have further insights or specific troubleshooting steps tailored to your situation.

Remember to document any steps you take and any changes you make, as this can be helpful information if you need to reach out for further assistance. Good luck!

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Mar 01, 2024 Mar 01, 2024

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This looks like it's been generated by chatGPT. It's the way it starts with 'Certainly' that's a bit of a giveaway...

 

I should point out that anybody (or anybot) who seriously thinks that they are going to get help about Audition 1.5 from Adobe Support  directly is deluding themselves. This is not even software they wrote - all they did to CEP was update the security system. It's Syntrillium code, and it was never intended to work with modern OS's. If it does, that's great - but you really have to expect failures this far out.

 

And the other thing is - this query appears to be solved. So what's the reply above doing here at all?

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