Behringer BCA2000 Download Drivers

Available 2 files for BCA2000
Company
Behringer
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Behringer BCA2000
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
v2.1.0.6.
Size Driver
413Kb
File Name
bca2000-driver-setup.2.1.0.6.zip
Info
New Features:
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- improved stability

- reduction in system load

- switchable USB1.1 mode (for USB2.0 hosts only) with full support for ASIO/WDM
ideal for applications where system load is critical.

- new WDM settings page in BCA2000 Control Panel
allows user to select recommended bit depth, sample rate and number of output channels.

- greatly simplified driver installation process - just double-click on the "set-up.exe" and follow the on-screen instructions
Installation:
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Absolute minimum system requirements

Windows® XP mit Service Pack 2
Minimum 256 MB RAM (recommended 512 MB)
CPU 1.2GHz or faster

please close all applications before starting the set-up.exe
This includes any virus scanners.

Unzip the set-up.exe file and double click the icon to start.
Follow the instructions on the splash-screen and the Windows device manager. For each "Windows Logo Test" message, always choose "continue installation".

PLEASE NOTE

1. During the installation you will be prompted to switch the BCA2000 off, and later on again.
The installation will not procede unless you follow these prompts.

2. After the driver files have been copied to your PC, and you have switched on the BCA2000, the Windows Device Manager will start its own installation routine. There is no need to interrupt this routine or restart the computer - simply follow the instructions of the Device Manager (automatic installation).

3. If you are prompted to search the internet for drivers, please select "no, not this time" (third option)

4. For each "Windows Logo Test" message, always choose "continue installation".

5. The Windows installation routine will be run three times in total. After the Windows installation is completed please close the "set-up.exe" program. The BCA2000 is now ready for use.

6. The entire installation is repeated on selection of "forced" USB1.1 Mode
Company
Behringer
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Behringer BCA2000
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
2 (for SP2 or SP1+Hotfix patch)
Size Driver
411Kb
File Name
bca2000-driver-setup-2.0.0.0.zip
Info
New Features:
--------------

- greatly improved stability

- drastic reduction in system load

- new switchable USB1.1 mode (for USB2.0 hosts only) with full support for ASIO/WDM
ideal for applications where system load is critical.

- new WDM settings page in BCA2000 Control Panel
allows user to select recommended bit depth, sample rate and number of output channels.

- new INFO page in BCA2000 Control Panel
Displays error messages for simplified diagnosis of system faults
allows for fast and effective troubleshooting

- greatly simplified driver installation process - only one set-up.exe file is needed
Installation:
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Absolute minimum system requirements

Windows® XP with Service Pack 2 (or SP1 + MS Hotfix KB822603)
Minimum 256 MB RAM (recommended 512 MB)
CPU 1.2GHz or faster

please close all applications before starting the set-up.exe
This includes any virus scanners.
We recommend installing directly after booting Windows®.

Unzip the set-up.exe file and double click the icon to start.
follow the instructions on the splash-screen and the Windows® device manager.

PLEASE NOTE

1. the installation routine is repeated three times (different driver components)
There is no need to interrupt or restart the computer - simply follow the install wizard.

2. If you are prompted to search the internet for drivers, please select "no, not this time" (third option)

3. For each "Windows Logo Test" message, click "continue installation".

4. The hardware installation is "offline" - during the installation you will be prompted to switch the BCA2000 off and later on again.
The installation will not procede unless you follow these prompts.

5. The entire installation is repeated on selection of "forced" USB1.1 Mode
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