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 on: May 28, 2018, 11:41:45 pm 
Started by acg - Last post by acg
Hi Peter,

The dialogue box that pops up for me is

"Music Files does not exist (1):UnicodeTrack0001.wav.  Consider that the LAN is shut down during playback while you play a .WAV and have not set 'Copy To XX-Drive by standard'."

I have both MQA and FLAC versions of all Fleet Foxes albums on Tidal.



Sounds to me like it could still be the weird 'O' problem.



 on: May 28, 2018, 12:45:48 pm 
Started by Robert - Last post by nik.d
I'll be back home probably tomorrow and will do what Peter nicely summed up in his previous post: boot into normal OS and start uninstalling one by one 'App' until I get stuck with subject error. And report here of course. Last time solution to problem was simple: fresh W10 installation Happy
Since I've got new 14393.0 ISO file ('N' variance this time) I'm really planning to format disk and start all over again with it. Have enough cold white wine for light, Summer 'spritzer'  smile

Btw, here is small download tool that will help download any M$oft Windows ISO image you wish: https://www.heidoc.net/joomla/technology-science/microsoft/67-microsoft-windows-iso-download-tool

 on: May 28, 2018, 11:54:44 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by PeterSt
And allow me, because I think it can be relevant :

Below is what George received initially (!!) from his XXHighEnd install. The remainder - very similar of not the same as Robert experiences - happened after "resetting" the XXHighEnd install data (RightClick on Save As etc.).
Also see the attached .txt file which is the content of the error after clicking the "Details" button.

This error in itself I recognize, but I can't tell what incurs for it in this situation. I'm contemplating an error message to put forward about No Sound Device found or something similar (without XXHighEnd showing actively because this is about the Install (I think !)). The bringing forward of the message now fails with the error presented (below). This situation can be called a bug in XXHighEnd and it can only be solved when I can mimic it over here.

All 'n all it is a bit of a complex situation.


 on: May 28, 2018, 11:47:36 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by PeterSt
Summarized :

Yes, it is quite confusing, also because the help George offered (or tried to via referring to his emails) didn't ring belles really because it requires his elaboration in the topic in here PLUS it assumes that Robert indeed eliinated the same from his OS installe. Mind you please : Robert, indeed it looks like your sort of half-cooked tried to eliminate things from the OS and you shouldn't No-thing. At least that is what George is suggeseting, him knowing quite sure that it is about one of the things he eliminated. Now, with the help of his emails, this is the conclusion of that :

Reinstall the OS and let all be as it is. Now install XXHighEnd.
Works ? then my contribution : then you can eliminate things piece by piece until it stops working and next hope you can set it back. Of course start out with making a Restore Point.

So do notice (and George, correct me if I am wrong) :
George too could not solve the problem and he has no real idea what was eliminated from the OS that causes this issue. George reinstalled the OS and after that has been very careful.

Additionally I tell you guys that you should leave the UAC alone, unless you can predict for 100% what it does. The UAC is required to run apps and when that is not alllowed, you plainly get those literal errors (depending on what you do). So respect both : do not eliminate anything and let UAC run.
Also to be hopefully clear : Sliding the UAC slider to the bottom is not shutting off UAC as how XXHighEnd accomplishes it. So XXHighEnd is worse on the job. Read : when you'd use the Stop button in XXHighEnd for it, I guarantee that nothing normally works any more. The slider is a bit up to you, but may imply the same depending on the "app". And if not today, then tomorrow (new W10 update).

Hope this helps now ?

PS: OffTopic George, the W10 PC I have here is also always on (but see next sentence), but did not receive this update yet. The funny thing with it is that it's set to receive the update in "quiet hours" but in those hours it is always off (for the purpose). So somehow this seems yo help against updates ?
Btw, this PC (laptop) is a normally bought one and has never been part of some fast ring etc. experience. Otoh, it has been updated numerous times. Some times each day of the week.

 on: May 28, 2018, 11:30:49 am 
Started by acg - Last post by PeterSt

It took a while because testing it takes time, especially when that track 05 is denoted MQA but internally is not or so, that resulting in a running track time which is double - 17:10 (it will exhibit slomo sound although I did not listen to it).

I see nothing like file does not exist, but in the log file a "File did not arrive in time" appears when the SFS setting it not large enough (it requires 4 in my case of 24/96 testing without upsampling), so mybe yiou refer to that. Anyway, the track normally plays but it iss not correct.
Do notice that this is the MQA version and that the normal version is not available on Tidal that I can find ...


 on: May 28, 2018, 11:15:07 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by PeterSt
have a look with Teamview in the next week

It isn't so that the "next week" just started, right ?

 on: May 28, 2018, 11:09:41 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by Robert
There isn't any detail information (via a button) on the message possible

Not that I can find. May be quicker for you to have a look with Teamview in the next week when it suits. Not tonight for me.


 on: May 28, 2018, 10:16:58 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by nik.d
And to clarify a bit further - it is the same uninstalled app(lication) that causes subject error regardless of W10 build - same error exists in 14393.0 and 17134.48 (.81 as last update)

 on: May 28, 2018, 10:05:24 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by nik.d
Hi Peter,

- If your PC is constantly on internet, it should update to 1803 (17134.48) as last update. Update to 1803 was on May 23rd: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4100403/windows-10-update-kb4100403
- I mentioned my case of inability to run (install) XXHE on AudioPC in this topic and is related to our e-mail conversation where I sent to you small screenshot of the same error like Robert's (my photo in this topic)
- Both of us, Robert and I, removed some of W10 built-in 'Apps' under Windows Features, like '3D' app, 'OneDrive' app and several others that are not audio related. It looks like removing one of them (hopefully one) somehow leads to inability to install XXHE - instalation complains "The specified module could not be found ..." ful text here: http://www.phasure.com/index.php?topic=4043.msg43325#msg43325

 on: May 28, 2018, 09:43:24 am 
Started by acg - Last post by PeterSt
Hey Anthony,

I am quite confident that this is about this strange capital O in that track name. Not sure how to copy with that with "tweaking", but looking into it now ...


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