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    Hi all

    Now I have another strange problem, the card works fine - but when I click on the M Audio Control Panel icon it appears in the task bar (and appears partially rendered in ALT+TAB, or WIN+TAB) but won't actually show to screen.

    It is 'responding' as far as Task Manager is concerned also.

    It was working yesterday, I have since rebooted (that's all I've done...)

    I am running Windows 7 B7100. The card is a 2496.

    Any ideas?

    Cheers

    Gaz

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    Sigh, never mind, I have deleted the 'WindowLayout' registry key from the registry from the M-Audio\\deltaIIcpl key and this has resolved the problem.

    Cheers anyhow!

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    Hi Synaethesia,

    I have the same problem, can you outline exactly the steps you took please, so I can achieve the same.

    Thanks
    Regards

    Chris

    Model: Gigabyte
    OS: Win 7 32bit Ultimate
    CPU: Pentium 4 2.8Ghz HT
    Memory: 4GB (4X 1GB)
    M-Audio Products: Delta Audiophile 192

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    Hi

    Open up regedit (start -> run -> regedit)

    Find the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\M-Audio\deltaIIcpl

    Delete the subkey 'WindowLayout' while the control panel window is not open (leave it sat in the tray while doing this)

    Open the control panel window

    Cheers

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    Smile Same problem , solved..!!

    Hi all
    I had the same problem with the control panel window, and as synaesthesia suggested, deleting the registry key value solved this..
    Thanks a lot..!!

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    Default same problem: solved!!!

    Following the instructions I could solve the problem of visualization of the control panel of the delta. You can record and use the aero. Amazing. Thank you very much.
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    Default M Audio Delta Audio Driver CPL vs Taskbar...

    It seems that the display problem occurs when the control panel m-audio is left anchored in the taskbar ... When we delete the subkey 'WindowLayout' in HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ M-Audio \ deltaIIcpl disables this feature and see the control panel. It may well be?
    Last edited by santanacarlos; 11-16-2009 at 02:23 AM.
    Delta 44- -bx5a speakers
    mindprint en-voice preamp
    Mainboard : Asus maximus formula chipset X38
    Processor :Intel Core 2Quad Q6600 @ 2400 MHz-Physical Memory :2048 MB (2x 1024 DDR2-SDRAM )-Video Card :NVIDIAGeForce 9800 gtx +-Hard Disk :WDC (320 GB)-DVD-Rom Drive :HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH20NS15 ATA Device DVD-Rom Drive :CX3143S AVX253F SCSI CdRom Device
    Operating System :Windows 7 (TM) Ultimate- Nuendo 4, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    Hi

    Open up regedit (start -> run -> regedit)

    Find the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\M-Audio\deltaIIcpl

    Delete the subkey 'WindowLayout' while the control panel window is not open (leave it sat in the tray while doing this)

    Open the control panel window

    Cheers
    synaesthesia, genious! you save my life! Works fine! Thanks a lot!!!

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    I have a similar thing in WinXP SP3 32bit.

    I got rid of the delta tray notification area (right near clock). It is not needed and clutters as well as takes up some (probably very little) resources.

    When I run the DeltaTray control window it sometimes stays stuck on the task bar. I have just right-clicked it, and set to maximise, then closed it. I then opened it again, and resized to normal size, works fine like that. It doesn't happen all the time but is fixable without registry hacks/tweaks

    will try that hack though, may stop it permanently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    Hi

    Open up regedit (start -> run -> regedit)

    Find the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\M-Audio\deltaIIcpl

    Delete the subkey 'WindowLayout' while the control panel window is not open (leave it sat in the tray while doing this)

    Open the control panel window

    Cheers
    Thanks for posting this! It looks like it solved my problem too.

    I have an XP Pro SP3 installation, the key names are a bit different, but the function (or rather, the malfunction) seems to be the same.

    The key in question is:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ M-Audio \ M-AudioDeltaControlPanel

    The subkey is WindowLayout, as you mentioned.
    Last edited by mike356; 01-10-2011 at 05:59 PM. Reason: typo

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