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V2.0 troubles up my machine. My music server is controlled by RDP and using v2.0 (any configuration) makes trouble with connecting after one connection has dropped. Will go back to 1.6

post #122 of 188
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if you want process.exe, search for the app name from the post above, if you look for process.exe per se who knows what you'll end up dl

all you really want is a process manager - gui or cmd line, that can mass set affinities


Would you mind putting these instructions in english for those of us that have no idea what you are talking about?

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Would you mind putting these instructions in english for those of us that have no idea what you are talking about?


the simplest way to put it is - find a process manager that lets you select multiple processes at once and set affinities to them.... or just deselect the 'core optimizations' or whatever they're called in fidelizer 2
post #124 of 188
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.... or just deselect the 'core optimizations' or whatever they're called in fidelizer 2


That is exactly what I'm doing, that makes V2 almost like V1.6 but I like that when it finishes it shuts itself down instead of having to do it manually and also you skip the browser opening up and trying to go to Fidelizer's site.

 

EDIT:

 

V2 goes to site automatically as soon as it finishes adjusting whereas 1.6 does when closing the "finished" Window


Edited by JavierS - 7/16/11 at 11:56pm
post #125 of 188
if the process auto ends that's actually bad. it needs to stay open, otherwise the timer resolution will reset. this has been discussed a few pages back
post #126 of 188
It going to the site made me stop using the program and the fact he took the auto start up out the program. It not worth the hassle any more.
post #127 of 188
pretty sure adding it to autostart manually with the /s switch works...
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pretty sure adding it to autostart manually with the /s switch works...


Of course it can be manually added to startup, but since this app is meant to be a friendly way to optimize a system for audio usage, removing a simple thing like that doesn't make much sense :)

post #129 of 188
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Of course it can be manually added to startup, but since this app is meant to be a friendly way to optimize a system for audio usage, removing a simple thing like that doesn't make much sense :)


yea, I really don't understand the developer, as I've highlighted many times before biggrin.gif
post #130 of 188
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yea, I really don't understand the developer, as I've highlighted many times before biggrin.gif


My main complaint on this app is the lack of disclosure regarding system changes details, for which he replied he wanted to warrant something for himself. Well, that can end up being a double edged blade. But overall, I applaude the effort, as the audiophile community does need initiative like that :)

post #131 of 188

Does using a multi-core cpu compared to a single core cpu make the data sent faster so the audio data computed and sent by the cpu sounds smoother or something? Has anyone experimented with this?

 

On the flip side the CPU seems to be susceptible to RF/EMI so using more cores means more watts to be contaminated. Any ideas?

 

The CPU is still a mystery to me for audio purposes. A CD Player uses one but in a small capacity but I'm not sure how a CPU in a CD Player affects audio compared to a CPU in a desktop.

Is multi-core the way to go using more watts and use separate cores for specific tasks or a single core with less watts as possible and a cooler temperature state is better?


Edited by lag0a - 7/19/11 at 3:36pm
post #132 of 188

Also some AV reports viruses at virustotal.com  :(

post #133 of 188

Had to revert to version 1.6

post #134 of 188

2.1 is out if anyone didn't know.

post #135 of 188

Am I missing something? How do you configure 2.1 to start automatically?

 

I ran it once after I downloaded it, but it seemed like it said it will only work until I reboot.


Edited by ZoNtO - 10/2/11 at 9:36am
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