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Audio Science Releases Windows 7 Driver WDM Drivers
Newcastle, DE - Jan 12, 2010 - Audio Science has released its Windows 7 driver, v4.02.02. The release is available for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 operating systems.
This new driver replaces Audio Science's older WAVE, WDM and Combo drivers. Users upgrading an older WDM driver will want to leave the 32-bit WAVE option unchecked during driver install while users of the older WAVE and Combo drivers will want to check this option to maintain application compatibility.
Audio Science HPI and ASX SDKs are available from their website for those interested in writing their own applications.
More information is available at audioscience.com/internet/download/datasheet_win7.pdf. Download Audio Science's Windows 7 drivers from audioscience.com/internet/download/win_drivers.htm.
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