On rare occasions, Windows users may experience an issue where their iD22 would drop out after being unused for an extended period of time, or after the computer wakes up from sleep. This is normally caused by the Power Management settings of the Windows operating system.
To prevent this from happening, we recommend making the following changes to your Windows settings. They will stop the computer from turning off bus-powered devices plugged into USB ports to save power, which could cause connectivity issues with your audio hardware.
- Open Control Panel and click on Device Manager
- Open the Universal Serial Bus Controllers menu
- Right-click on one of the USB options that come up and click Properties
- Navigate to the Power Management tab and uncheck "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power"
- Repeat for all other USBs that are in the Universal Serial Bus Controllers menu
These changes should prevent Windows from dropping the connection with the iD22, otherwise, please try connecting the iD22 into different USB ports on your computer and with a different USB cable.
If you are still having connection issues after following these suggestions, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and our support team will be happy to assist you further.