perwe Posted September 24, 2020 Share Posted September 24, 2020 I've been using this software for some time now. However, a problem has been associated with it from the start--at least, from the start of me using it. I use windows 10 and have the audio coming from an external device, which requires its own driver (an ASIO driver optimised, I would assume, for the hardware). The problem is, whenever I open bitcomet, whether I start any task in it or not, the audio cuts out. Then, I have to disconnect and reconnect the device. Sometimes, restarting the windows audio service does the trick. Nonetheless, this fix doesn't work forever. If bitcomet is still running, it won't take long for the audio to stop again. So I would disconnect and reconnect again. And so on and so on. That is, until I get a BSOD indicating an error in the driver and have to restart the computer. I sincerely don't know how an audio process would be clashing with bitcomet. And yes, it is likely a problem with bitcomet rather than a problem with the driver. I say this because I tried other alternatives, and, when I use those alternatives, it doesn't happen, I don't have audio issues. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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