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    Creator of the AudiophileOptimizer Owner of Highend-AudioPC

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  1. Hi I would simply disable all the yellow/unknown items (if you don't need them anyway), this is the safe way to go. Rule of thumb: either have the driver properly installed or disable the device entirely. Best, AudioPhil
  2. AudioPhil

    AudiophileOptimizer BETA Thread

    Perfect answer, thanks my friend! :)
  3. thank you and absoutely agree. Using the latest version AO is always recommend for every possibly szenario, no matter what OS in use. Just check the change log to see what AO version is supporting (tested with) what windows version: https://www.highend-audiopc.com/changelog Best, AudioPhil
  4. Hi I would keep Windows up to date for many reasons yes, it is adivisable to do so. Best, AudioPhil
  5. Hi Boris You are very welcome Best, AudioPhil
  6. Hi Boris AO 2.10 does not support JRiver 24. But AO 2.20 does, so you simply need to update to AO 2.20. ServiceTool then supports the shell replacement for the latest JRiver version, both in x64 and x86. Best, AudioPhil
  7. Hi JCR Should be installable in minimal-server mode, no harm in trying out Best, AudioPhil
  8. Hi Boris What AO version are you on? Best, AudioPhil
  9. Hello Simon WLAN does only work on Windows Server 2012 & 2012 R2 in minimal-server mode. All Windows Server versions in core mode do not offer WLAN support, this is not possible. Best, AudioPhil
  10. qWave is around since many years. It‘s almost undocumented by Microsoft and HqPlayer is the very first app to use it i know of.
  11. Glad you got it working! 🙂
  12. Hi tboooe AO does not disable qWave. In contrary, if installed, it does set it to auto start. Best, AudioPhil
  13. Hi Yes you'll need qWave. Absolutely no problem with AO. Best, AudioPhil
  14. AudioPhil

    MacMini (2014) with Windows 2016 Server Core

    thanks a lot for the nice writeup! :)
  15. which registry key, this one? HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip6\Parameters\