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  1. Core ReactOS
  2. CORE-11774

[AUDIO] SysAudio stopped working within a session with rather descriptive error message

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Audio
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      reactOS 0.4.2RC1

      Easy scenario: I had a fresh boot, sound was in working state as

      (drivers/wdm/audio/legacy/wdmaud/control.c:161) Closing device 800001F4

      in
      a-ros0.4.2RC1-soundStoppedWorkingWithinASession.log
      proves - this message comes only when start-sound is playing correctly.

      I then did only very basic stuff:
      -download & test fall 0.1.3 a bit
      -downloading & starting Fox Audio Player 0.10.2.

      When I tried to play the ros-start-sound file within FAP (which usually succeeds),
      I got this pretty descriptive message

      (ntoskrnl/io/iomgr/file.c:148) You are seeing this because the following ROS driver: \Driver\SYSAUDIO
       sucks. Please fix it's AddDevice Routine

      everytime I tried to play the wav.

      After a quick reboot, playing the sound-file worked perfectly:
      b-ros0.4.2RC1-afterRebootSameProcedureOK.log

      Maybe by comparing both logs in Beyond Compare, a skilled coder can find out, what exactly breaks our sound driver here.
      ------------
      Please don't tell me that it's often needed to reboot multiple times before sound driver starts working, as this is something different.
      Here it stopped working during the session.

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                bug zilla Bug Zilla
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                reactosfanboy reactosfanboy
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