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1  Ultimate Audio Playback / Chatter and forum related stuff / Re: Running downgraded Xxhighend with W10 updated OS on: May 26, 2018, 10:00:33 am
Robert,

www.stordiau.nl/downloads/XXHighEnd-210e-X.rar

What happens with that one ?
Paste over your current 2.10(x) folder, unzip in there and try it.

Peter

2  Ultimate Audio Playback / Chatter and forum related stuff / Re: Running downgraded Xxhighend with W10 updated OS on: May 25, 2018, 12:56:16 pm
Hi Robert,

Yes, there are a lot of complaints, lately.

Question : Why do you not prevent Updates via XXHighEnd, though in Normal OS etc. ? I'd reckon this just works ?
Watch out please : if this fails, it will be because of Defender blocking some registry change I apply. Please let me know if you recognise that this indeed is the case. If so, I have a version for you which will avoid this issue (while Defender can keep on running).

Best regards,
Peter
3  Ultimate Audio Playback / Chatter and forum related stuff / Re: Running downgraded Xxhighend with W10 updated OS on: May 25, 2018, 08:23:57 am
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Its not worth the trouble to make it do anything less I guess.

Robert, that could be correct.
But that doesn't prohibit that it should normally run in a random "normal" OS. But as this is "updated" Windows 10, well ... now I don't know.

What about coughing up the newest logfile starting with XX when this message is on-screen ?

Regards,
Peter
4  Ultimate Audio Playback / Chatter and forum related stuff / Re: Running downgraded Xxhighend with W10 updated OS on: May 24, 2018, 08:46:01 am
Hi George,

Well, this will be tough to investigate then. All I know is that it may "rain" the very same messages when you in Minimized OS try something like setting the screen background as the easiest example. And while you receive the message from rightclick on the desktop, doing the same via control panel gives no issues.

Point is and remains : one (Robert) should use the PC "as is" and not half-tweak with XXHighEnd (like shutting off UAC).

Btw, Robert, when do you receive that message ? what did you do to incur for it ?

Regards and thank you George,
Peter
5  Ultimate Audio Playback / Chatter and forum related stuff / Re: Running downgraded Xxhighend with W10 updated OS on: May 24, 2018, 07:33:12 am
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I tried to add message photo to this message but this wouldn't work either.

Robert, why not ? If you don't know how to do it, under Aditional Options during posting (under the window you're typing in).

It comes to me that the UAC always must be on for normal usage. So the error very well can spring from that.

Best regards,
Peter
6  Ultimate Audio Playback / Chatter and forum related stuff / The topic about the GDPR on: May 23, 2018, 08:53:06 am
GDPR

Questions ?
Something missing perhaps ?

More leaks like UPS to be found ?

Regards,
Peter
7  Ultimate Audio Playback / Chatter and forum related stuff / GDPR on: May 23, 2018, 08:50:20 am

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) incurs for an explicit statement of what we at Phasure do with your address data. The answer is : nothing but store it in the database of our ERP system so invoices and physical goods can be addressed.



Invoice and Shipping Addresses

Phasure does and did not use any means of gathering collections of address data, select it by any means including geografical or use it in any form of commercial activity including selling or handing the data to third parties.
The only thing we can think of how the GDPR applies to Phasure is that we should ask you whether it is OK with you to store your address data in our database in order to make you an address label etc. Well, we won't because it is too far out. You hand the data for this reason and this reason alone so no need to ask.

In the case of physical goods shipment the address data ends up in the database of UPS (United Parcel Service) and is stored there to our convenience in case we require it another time, later (a next shipment). UPS also requires a telephone number and this number is stored in our ERP system as well as in the UPS database.
We take it that UPS et al does not use your data in any form and grant it beyond our scope to investigate this.
UPS et all is seated in the USA, the USA not being eligible for the GPDR as it is not Europe.

Forum Email addresses

In case you actively use this forum (participate with postings) you will have registered your real or fake name and an email address which is necessary for technical (forum) reasons. We don't foresee a future where such an email address is used to unsollicitly send you an email, unless for forum reasons or reach out to you where normal contact seems impossible. This will always be on your behalf.
These email addresses are and were not sold or handed to third parties.

Forum Private Messages

This means of communication will never be used to address you with any unsollicited commercial messages. Do notice that it is you, the user of the forum, who often initiates such communication for commercial reason him-/herself.

Communication Email addresses

The emails you sent to Phasure are stored in our email system in normal "flat" form everybody knows and uses. We can search in it as usual and very well known.
We can use your email address to e.g. offer you an upgrade on a product you bought from Phasure, although so far this never happened. But for example, might we ever come up with a successor of the Lush USB Audio cable, we may notify you by email and you will only be happy we did so.
Your email is not stored in any database, unless it is accidentally the same as the email address required for (UPS and) shipment - now it is stored together with your given address data you provided explicitly for the shipping.

Webshop orders and address, email and telephone data

This is the data you entered in your PayPal account (Profit) information and is mainly required for shipping (in our case via UPS). Possibly the webshop system (Shopify) is capable of selecting/grouping/etc. on this data but we are not using it. We also don't use the internal messaging/communication mechanism.
We take it that Shopify et al does not use your data in any form and grant it beyond our scope to unvestigate this.
Shopify et all for what this concerns is probably seated in the USA, the USA not being eligible for the GPDR as it is not Europe.

PayPal - address, email and telephone data

Not all of your purchases (like downloadable software) via PayPal require address and telephone data but in any event we do not have "selectable" access (that we know of) to PayPal data.
We take it that PayPal et al does not use your data in any form and grant it beyond our scope to unvestigate this.
Notice that this data - you (ever back) entered in the PayPal systems - is not directly related to its users (e.g. Phasure) and that it is retrieved when in order for any vendor.
8  Ultimate Audio Playback / Chatter and forum related stuff / Re: Running downgraded Xxhighend with W10 updated OS on: May 22, 2018, 09:42:27 am
Hi Robert,

I don't see why not;
The problems (with upgraded W10 OSes) usually emerge in the Minimized OS path and this now is not in order. So I think it should be fine. And if not, you are going to tell us ?
Happy

Kind regards,
Peter
9  Ultimate Audio Playback / Music Storage and convenient playback / Re: SSD as OS drive made a big difference in sound on: May 20, 2018, 08:20:23 am
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I thought I had read that the opposite was true.   That's the way it is with audio I guess.

Hi Charlie,

Yes, this was the status (quo) of say 10 years back when the SSD was new. And, I (or we) already knew that with time progressing, new SSD techniques came about and from there on YMMV from week to week. Personally I never tried it because from theory the SSD is wors (less even current usage). But this is theory and it will highly (!) depend on the remainder of your system and how the SSD relates to that in terms of current usage. And not only "system" as such as it can go beyond that (like with BIOS and even software settings).
And so I gave up on that ling ago and came up with the RAM-OS Disk. This is there now for what ? ... 3 years ? 4 ? but anyway preceeding that was 2.5-3 years of getting it done.
IOW : With the RAM-OS Disk you remove the HDD or SSD after booting and there is nothing (OS is booted from RAM). And now it has to be better because there's just nothing there. And if it is not for the better something else is going on and you'd "need" to find it.

Best regards,
Peter

PS: The RAM-OS Disk (in SSD form) costs 370 euros and is preloaded with W8 and 3x W10 build and activated XXHighEnd.
10  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: How to Shift-Click in 2.10? on: May 20, 2018, 08:11:37 am
Hi there Charlie,

Although I didn't realize that this was the net workout of the new selection mechanism, yes, that is how it technically would work. And I see, not the most convenient for someone with a "normal" keyboard.
Call it a bug as of now.

Why "we" may not notice is because we don't use a keyboard at all (only touch screen) and the changes have been applied for exactly that situation because with a touch screen the whole implied Windows feature isn't available in the first place (but if it is, someone is going to tell me). So this is how the "Select" new option in the context (rightclick) menu on the tracks come in ... (see Release Notes of 2.10). As a work around you can use that just the same, although it surely would be less convenient than the direct shift-click as how you (can) apply it. But for you it may serve as a temporary solution until the next version.

Btw, I thought I covered for this, but the whole application is quite complex, so it probably got undone under way somewhere. Similarly I myself can incur for quite some more bugs in this realm, but this is what I expected (and announced).

Kind regards and thank you for your sharpness (as usual),
Peter
11  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: Object reference not set to an instance of an object on: May 18, 2018, 05:08:04 pm
All right Henk-Willem.
Can you set up a Teamviewer Connection to the PC you control your Audio PC with ? Then I can have a look and solve it for you.
Let me know the Teamviewer ID via email and notice that each time you restart it you must pass me the password again (because it changes).

OK ?

Peter
12  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: CredSSP policy change - no RDP possible on: May 18, 2018, 04:48:49 am
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The Windows Build in my Music Server Pc is 10586.164

That is what I wanted to know. Thank you Juan.

So these old(er) versions are updated just the same (but didn't I read that for e.g. Windows 7 these updates ("KB") were available as well ?).

Best regards,
Peter
13  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: CredSSP policy change - no RDP possible on: May 17, 2018, 08:27:10 pm
Hi Juan,

That's half of the answer to my questions.
And it is even hard to digest. Happy

Best regards,
Peter
14  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd PC / Re: Phasure Mach III Audio PC on: May 17, 2018, 08:25:41 pm

OK, I am listening for over 90 minutes now to a 14/28. There is just no comparison with the 10/20. It is just ultra-ultra fast and during the first seconds I right away heard back the sound of the 16/32.
There is no tweaking of any parameter needed to let it excel the music in inordinate fashion from any angle. I say it again :

Crazy

Let's keep in mind : the speed is in the higher regions here. The 10/20 has its speed in the mid. That is as interesting (but different) and a lot cheaper ...

Peter
15  Ultimate Audio Playback / XXHighEnd Support / Re: CredSSP policy change - no RDP possible on: May 17, 2018, 04:07:31 pm
Hi Juan,

But do you also know how the problem was solved ?

Which Build do you have anyway (Music Server PC) ?
The obtrusive one should be 17134.48 (or smaller).

Regards,
Peter
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