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post #9616 of 12713
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Originally Posted by figgie View Post

indeed, for me. this was an unexpected one.. Have to thank iBasso and everyone here for that! :)


You'll do that in many more ways by just helping along with the UI and overall functionality of this unit (which I have no doubt you will) ;).

post #9617 of 12713
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Originally Posted by figgie View Post

Haven't had time to load music on it yet. Working on a Windows 8 project.

 

with that said, I did get it connected to the Andoid SDK on my laptop so now I can see what the DX100 is doing real time. :) I have lots of FLACs to transfer over to it.

I used Windows 8 for the last 2 weeks, just could not continue,as opposite to windows 7 which informed you of a compatibility problem with some programs while installing, Windows 8 lets you install it, than informs you of an error, when you try to run it, as with many, many problems....

 

Wish you all the best in your DX100 endeavor.

post #9618 of 12713
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Originally Posted by turokrocks View Post

I used Windows 8 for the last 2 weeks, just could not continue,as opposite to windows 7 which informed you of a compatibility problem with some programs while installing, Windows 8 lets you install it, than informs you of an error, when you try to run it, as with many, many problems....

 

Wish you all the best in your DX100 endeavor.

I was running Windows 8 for two entire days before finally doing a rage quit and going back to Win7. At least they stick to their good/bad rule this time. Remember Windows Vista? *shudders*

post #9619 of 12713
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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post

I was running Windows 8 for two entire days before finally doing a rage quit and going back to Win7. At least they stick to their good/bad rule this time. Remember Windows Vista? *shudders*


Same here. I reverted back to Windows 7 a few days ago. So much better now IMO. I mean Windows 8 technically does start up faster and does run a bit smoother at times but not enough to warrant the cons. Also if they ever fix it I can get my image restored in 10 minutes and be back up running windows 8 in the future. I just love creating images. Makes life so much easier than doing a full reinstall and much more controlled than a system restore. In fact I was able to revert back to Windows 7 in just 10 minutes as well. :)

post #9620 of 12713
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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post

I was running Windows 8 for two entire days before finally doing a rage quit and going back to Win7. At least they stick to their good/bad rule this time. Remember Windows Vista? *shudders*

LOL...You are right...One bad the second good...even dating to Windows 1.0, 3,3.1...

 

Well I paid $14 for it, and I felt M$ just pushed it to sell its apps...

 

Windows 7 just works, so why mess with it and change it, instead of improving on it!!??

post #9621 of 12713
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


Same here. I reverted back to Windows 7 a few days ago. So much better now IMO. I mean Windows 8 technically does start up faster and does run a bit smoother at times but not enough to warrant the cons. Also if they ever fix it I can get my image restored in 10 minutes and be back up running windows 8 in the future. I just love creating images. Makes life so much easier than doing a full reinstall and much more controlled than a system restore. In fact I was able to revert back to Windows 7 in just 10 minutes as well. :)

I use r-drive, and only make my windows images from DOS, using the start-up disk r-drive lets you create.

 

One of the simplest and most powerful image programs I ever used...deserves every penny I paid for.

post #9622 of 12713

You need to buy Apple computers and get rid of microsoft. I never looked back,

post #9623 of 12713
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Originally Posted by turokrocks View Post

I use r-drive, and only make my windows images from DOS, using the start-up disk r-drive lets you create.

 

One of the simplest and most powerful image programs I ever used...deserves every penny I paid for.


Why not just use the standard one provided in Windows 7? I use it all the time to create my system images and it works like a charm :).

post #9624 of 12713
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Originally Posted by Jwm48324 View Post

You need to buy Apple computers and get rid of Microsoft. I never looked back,


I'd rather not be locked into a garden of control. Plus I have way more options on Windows that I'll never have on mac. Plus with mac you pay a lot more for a lot less in general. Also games will never have as much compatibility and open support that is has on Windows. I'd rather have control than be controlled ;). I've tried Apple and would never go back.

post #9625 of 12713

If you need windows you can load it on any Mac computer now. You never get any viruses. No lose situation.

post #9626 of 12713
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


Why not just use the standard one provided in Windows 7? I use it all the time to create my system images and it works like a charm :).

I like to copy my images externally using eSATA, and I had some errors with your method long time ago, and I got used to r-drive ( also it verifies the integrity of the image after creation), it just works for me.

and I have much more control...yes I am a control freak.


Edited by turokrocks - 12/18/12 at 12:19pm
post #9627 of 12713
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Originally Posted by Jwm48324 View Post

If you need windows you can load it on any Mac computer now. You never get any viruses. No lose situation.

My Macbook got windows 7, and since Windows 7 came out, I felt no need to use the OSX environment, as Windows 7 was giving me more control and better experience over OSX+.

post #9628 of 12713
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Originally Posted by Jwm48324 View Post

If you need windows you can load it on any Mac computer now. You never get any viruses. No lose situation.

I am trying to remember the last time i got a virus.

 

probably been over 12 years.

 

Ohh that is right, i don't go click wheely kneely everything that shows up in my email. ;)

 

And yes, all that time on windows of some form.

 

Windows 8 is not to shabby.

 

the start tiles suck, the UAC can be disabled completely but that breaks theMS store (like who wil sue that??) Everything is the same as Windows 7

 

that is why MS calls it Windows Version 6 (For Windows 7) or Windows version 6.1 (for Windows 8). the presentation layer is what has changed.

post #9629 of 12713

ok

 

looking at the music player itself...

 

the SRC... tried to see if the gap is there at the begining when hard setting the 44khz/48khz. Nope. Still there.

 

Personally I think they should break it down to

 

44khz

48khz

96khz

176khz

192khz

 

but that should be irrelevant if they do the fix that we suggested.

post #9630 of 12713

I just sent iBasso another bug fix

 

Greeting to iBasso,

 

The Artist sort is sorting by %artist% instead of %albumArtist%

 

The difference

 

%artist% is usually tagged with the artist that is performing the song.

 

 

so under Artist sorting i have

 

Santana feat Alejandro Lerner

Santana feat Placido Domingo

Santana feat Citizen Cope

 

which happen to all be under the Shaman album by Santana.

 

When it should just be one Artist, Santana.

 

This is usually fixed by using %albumartist% as the artist sort that way it shows just the album artist and not every single contributing artist...

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