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Does anybody know how to rename audio codecs on a pc?

I put off trying to solve this issue months ago, but since all the interfaces that I plug into my pc all read as "AUDIO CODEC", I usually have to click through every option to find the correct in/out sound source. If there were a way to rename each of my 10 AUDIO CODECS, it would save me tons of energy that I could be using to actually use them.
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  1. Load RegEdit as Administrator and search for "AUDIO CODEC", try doing a find/replace, then restart normally.
  2. Tabris DarkPeace said:
    Load RegEdit as Administrator and search for "AUDIO CODEC", try doing a find/replace, then restart normally.


    I got into RegEdit, seached for my speakers, found them, tried to modify the title, but it gave an error reading :"error writing the value's new contents." Is there something that could be recommended to surpass this hurdle?
  3. as Administrator?
  4. Tabris DarkPeace said:
    as Administrator?


    yes
  5. Some of the keys in the Registry are owned by the System, so one has to give the Administrator right over them.
    Right-click a Key name (on the left side), click Permissions, give yourself the rights.
  6. I think Mr. Alabalcho Give the correct answer. Because by this you fixed your problem.
  7. Jon Hutson said:
    I put off trying to solve this issue months ago, but since all the interfaces that I plug into my pc all read as "AUDIO CODEC", I usually have to click through every option to find the correct in/out sound source. If there were a way to rename each of my 10 AUDIO CODECS, it would save me tons of energy that I could be using to actually use them.

    Hello Jon Hutson ! I know some site that solve this types of issue.If you want then visit it audio codecs
  8. Can Any One give me some advice about the ADAU1772, Because i can't get more information. about it. Thanks
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    mountcarlo said:
    Can Any One give me some advice about the ADAU1772, Because i can't get more information. about it. Thanks

    Data sheets are freely available on Analog site
    http://www.analog.com/en/audiovideo-products/audio-signal-processors/adau1772/products/product.html
    What else you need?

    p.p. It's considered bad etiquette to hi-jack a thread...
  10. Hi Alabalcho ! I have got my answer, Thanks for this data sheet.
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