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      • #1951239 Reply
        woody
        Da Boss

        I’ve been grousing about the audio bug all week, but Friday afternoon we got official confirmation: Audio in games is quiet or different than expected
        [See the full post at: Microsoft acknowledges, and fixes, the audio bug in this month’s Win10 1903 patch]

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        anonymous
        Guest

        USB devices leave behind registry keys even when they are not plugged in

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      • #1951314 Reply
        NightOwl
        AskWoody Plus

        @ Woody

        I wonder how the installer knows if you have a conflicting USB mic that hasn’t been plugged in…

        Doesn’t Microsoft *know all*?! (Hmmm … of course, if you haven’t turned off all *telemetry* that phones home–I’m guessing 😉 !)

        NightOwl

        No question is stupid ... but, possibly the answers are 😉 !

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          anonymous
          Guest

          Yup…and Windows likes to have the same device plugged into the same USB port every time…if not, it can go “What? I don’t recognize this! I’ll install a new driver for it!”

          Aaargh.

      • #1951317 Reply
        Fred
        AskWoody Plus

        I’ve been grousing about the audio bug all week, but Friday afternoon we got official confirmation: Audio in games is quiet or different than expected
        [See the full post at: Microsoft acknowledges, and fixes, the audio bug in this month’s Win10 1903 patch]

        All mighty Microsoft chooses to switch off the audio driver, NO notification at all.
        When looking for an answer, there simply and only is the line that the driver is disabled because it causes instability to the Windows-OS-system.
        Cold Reboot the b****y thing and the driver is back.
        Magic from the wizzards of Redmond,
        #Amen

        After all.. Just because we're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't out to get us.
      • #1951841 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        Ready for prime time? Well, if you don’t use client Hyper-V (severe memory leak in new graphics driver, erratic mouse behavior, freezing VMs), task manager (buffer overrun crashes), or any other of the new and buggy ‘features’, 1903 might be yours.

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