How do I completely uninstall the Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver from my Windows 10 workstation?
I recently performed a clean installation of Cubase on my Windows 10 workstation and immediately experienced failures. In particular:
- Device Manager displays incorrect drivers for my audio devices (see image, below)
- Cakewalk Sonar fails to load projects
With help from my audio card manufacturer’s (Lynx AES16) support, we discovered that the Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver was responsible for at least some (and perhaps all) of the trouble. We followed recommendations in another forum to remove a couple of registry entries, and consequently fixed the Sonar problem. However, Device Manager still shows “Microsoft” drivers when, in fact, all of my AES16 audio ports use “Lynx” drivers. [Again, see image, below.] No doubt, other audio devices are incorrect too. There are many other references to the Generic driver in the registry, but I don’t dare touch them for fear of corrupting the registry and the OS.
How do I completely uninstall the Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver? Can you supply an uninstaller? A list of keys to delete manually?
Any assistance is appreciated.