Frankly, in your case I'd just go back to the MME driver then. With a standard built in sound card, there's very little advantage for you anyway. Or invest in a proper audio interface, preferably with its own ASIO drivers.
If you really think you must use ASIO4ALL the only thing I can suggest is to uninstall and reinstall it in case there was a bug in your installation.
For bouldersoundguy...ASIO4ALL isn't a true ASIO driver--it's a wrapper for making MME devices LOOK like ASIO for devices that need it. As such, the various controls on the Windows Audio Controller should still work and just feed the results via ASIO4ALL--and they certainly do for me--I just tried again and still all is fine.
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