Windows 7 on an older Dell laptop
I tried a search online, but no joy, so I’m sorry to have to ask a tangential question here.
I went into Control Panel in Win7 and set the record/output device to the Yeti. In Audacity, I set the sample rate in Preferences to 48000 kHz to match the Yeti. I’ve been able to record a test recording, and I’m working my way through some tutorials.
I want to safely unplug the Yeti, but I don’t see the option in the little popup window from the Win7 toolbar - safely eject the device.
I did a search here, and it appears that the Yeti can be simply unplugged and replugged. Before I did that, I wanted to ask if there is a best practice. In the past, I’ve had a USB port go temporarily dead because it didn’t like that - looking at you Samsung Gear Camera. I’ve also had other audio software lose its ability to find the microphone.
Can I just unplug the Yeti and replug it without causing any Audactiy or USB problems?
Thanks, and thank you for having me!