It is very strange but after installing JRiver everything picked up the drier.
Foobar with Asio Plug in, etc.
However I needed to reset windows before that happened may be something is clashing with the drivers.
Installed drivers normally without any safe modes
Does Windows itself recognize the driver under audio devices. I have never been able to get that to work. I am trying to get Tidal to work with the Exa.
Windows has introduced a restriction not to allow to use unsigned drivers.
If the driver is not signed it wont be used.
I understand that with exa this is the case.
Exa drivers are not signed. The installer might be xopying the files, but windows might be ignoring them because of lack of signature thats what I have seen in my first attempt.
Looks like jriver unlocks the direct access to exa and than it worked fine.
Thats my theory. Another way to try is to install a driver in the unsigned mode.
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