USB Guitar Cable Link not working with Audacity

My computer is running on Windows 7 (64 bit) and I have the 2.0.2 version of Audacity. I recently bought a USB cable to link my guitar to my computer, but it doesn’t seem to work with Audacity. The USB cable is not branded and is most likely a rip-off of the Behringer Guitar Link UCG102. First I installed the device driver that came with the cable. Everything seemed fine when I opened Audacity at first, but when I selected the USB from the input menu, I got the error message: “Error while opening sound device. Please check the input device settings and the project sample rate.” I looked through the FAQ and searched the help forum for anyone with a similar problem, and although I couldn’t find the same problem that I had, a lot of people said that ASIO drivers would not work with Audacity. So I uninstalled the driver and just tried plugging in my USB and letting Windows figure it out, but Audacity keeps giving me the same error message. Any thoughts? Thank you for any help you can offer!

Connect the USB cable before you launch Audacity.
Ensure that the USB cable is selected as the recording input, but your normal sound card must be selected as the playback output. (see: Device Toolbar)
If there is still a problem, try changing the “host” option to the other one (Direct Sound or MME)

Thank you for the help, but it still isn’t working. Also, what do you mean by “normal sound card”? The four options I have for output are “Primary Sound Driver”, “Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio)”, “Microsoft Sound Mapper- Output” and the Behringer USB.

I thought by “USB Guitar Cable” you meant one of these things:

I see that you actually mean one of these:

If it is a genuine Behringer UCG 102, then both the recording input and the playback output should be set to the Behringer USB option in the Device Toolbar. Your headphones should be plugged into the UCG 102 headphone socket.