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USB Glitches with W98SE
USB Glitches with W98SE
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Old 17th October 2007, 09:41 PM   #1
Ardee is offline Ardee  England
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Default USB Glitches with W98SE

I've made a PCM2707 based USB to SPDIF converter to use with an old P2 laptop running Windows 98SE. It works fine, except for occasional irregular glitches which seem to be caused by Windows losing attention.

Is this a common problem with Windows 98SE, or is there a way to make the USB audio a higher-priority task for the CPU?
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Old 19th October 2007, 07:23 AM   #2
nicoch58 is offline nicoch58  Europe
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foobar whit out dsp (no oversampling .eq,ecc) ad medium buffer , the last, ad priority cpu, but on 98?!

on my usb dac I use asio 4all...
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