Ploytec USB ASIO (USB 2 Audio) Driver 2.8.40 For Win XP, Win Vista 👌

Ploytec USB ASIO (USB 2 Audio) Driver 2.8.40 For Win XP, Win Vista 👌

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Ploytec USB ASIO (USB 2 Audio) Driver 2.8.40 For Win XP, Win Vista

Windows and Android (also you no need to have JDK 7 or JDK 9 installed) Standard MIDI is an instruction set for MIDI data that has been developed in the mid- to late-1980s. It supports both real-time, open-specification protocols (CNR protocol, etc.) and proprietary protocols. All music programs support Midi. This feature is standard in almost all PC-based music production software.
Windows 7 64 Bit
Version Support:
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate etc.

Download the file.

Once downloaded, open the downloaded archive and extract all the contents of the archive to a folder named “usbasio”. Then rename this folder to “Program Files” and check “Run this Program As Administrator” to avoid the ‘”You need to be an administrator” window”.

Replace the existing “Player.exe” file with the one from the archive.

Press “Play” to see if sound is enabled now.

64-bit version

If you have 64-bit Windows OS (Windows 7 and later) or Windows Server 2008 R2, please download a version from 64-bit section:
Windows 7 64 Bit
Version Support:
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate etc.
Windows Server 2008 R2 64 Bit
Version Support:
Operating System: Windows Server 2008 R2

When you start the software, “Player.exe” would show in the directory of your Windows installation. This default directory is usually:
C:Program Files\Ploytec\Player

To change this path, please right click the “Player.exe” file and select “Properties”. Then click the “Browse” button to browse to another folder. In this example, we set this path to “C:\Player”. After setting this path, open “Player.exe” and press “Play” to check if this works.

If the above setup does not work, right click “Player.exe” and select “Properties”. Then click the “Compatibility” tab. There is a property “Run this program in compatibility mode for:” click “Change settings” then select “Windows XP (Service Pack 3)”. This will run the software in Windows XP without any modification.

2.7.38 for Windows (32-bit 64-bit)

Ploytec USB ASIO (USB 2 Audio) Driver 2.


I would like to learn more about the USB Audio Driver.
I have searched in the net and found some information.
I would like to have your opinion on it.
My question is:
•Does the Ploytec USB ASIO Driver work with all DACs?
•Will the Ploytec USB ASIO Driver work with all USB Drivers?
•Can you share with me the Ploytec USB ASIO Driver?
•Does the Ploytec USB ASIO Driver work with all USB DACs?
•Is the ASIO Driver in fact USB Driver?
•If the ASIO Driver is USB Driver, is it included in the Win XP or Win Vista or Win 7 or Win 8?
•Does the ASIO Driver in fact the USB USB Audio Driver?
•Is the version of the Ploytec USB ASIO Driver is an updated version of the previous one?
•Please let me know the above and I would appreciate the answer.
Many Thanks.
– Do

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