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Unread 11-02-2008, 08:42 PM   #1
nikola.mediavoice
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setting default mic and speaker device when installing usb drivers

we have a usb key which manage 3 audio devices.
2 microphones (mic1 and mic2) and 1 speaker (speak1).
when windows vista automatically installs the drivers when we put the
usb key on the usb port we want the driver to set the "mic1" be the
default input device and "speak1" the default output audio device.
how can we accomplish this?
how should we tell the driver to do this programmatically?

thank you in advence
regards
Nicola

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Unread 11-02-2008, 08:42 PM   #2
Bob F.
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Re: setting default mic and speaker device when installing usb drivers

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"nikola.mediavoice" <nikolamediavoice@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:7128CBD9-71A9-4211-8651-4E54AC254A75@microsoft.com...
> we have a usb key


Could you describe this key? Who makes it? Model? What is it supposed to
do?
Bob F.

which manage 3 audio devices.
> 2 microphones (mic1 and mic2) and 1 speaker (speak1).
> when windows vista automatically installs the drivers when we put the
> usb key on the usb port we want the driver to set the "mic1" be the
> default input device and "speak1" the default output audio device.
> how can we accomplish this?
> how should we tell the driver to do this programmatically?
>
> thank you in advence
> regards
> Nicola




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