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  1. First things first: I live in Brazil and I'he researching to setup a from ground CA system and I am inclined to go to C.A.P.S.2 and JRiver, so I am testing JRiver for almost 40 days on my iMac through Parallels running Win7 32. Yesterday my Wadia and my Cardas USB Clear arrived. Like a child, as usual, I proceed the installation following all instructions, configure Audio in JRiver to Wadia USB Audio ASIO driver, but (every time have a but) when I tried, several times, to play audio (FLAC, WAV, several resolutions...) Windows quitted and Paralles report that a 'Fatal error ocurred in the virtual machine "Windows 7 32bit"'. I tried Pure Music and it works with no problem, detecting the right sampling rate. Needing help.