My 0404 usb also lose its ASIO settings after reboot.And... as far as I know, all 0404usb users have this problem, don't know whether the problem is in foobar2000 or e-mu, but in other applications (wavelab, cubase) the config is remembered.
The driver re-registers itself with a different class ID on each reboot. Apparently other apps remember ASIO drivers by name not by ID but it's a driver bug regardless IMO.
It would really be nice if a future version of Foobar2000 would use the same technique for loading the driver that's specified in the Steinberg example code.
The whole point of CLSIDs is being able to identify registered COM servers without relying on their names and such.
Kristian,Our support for audio players is limited, but I'll be more than happy to pass this information along for you! This may be considered low-priority, however.Please remember the more information you provide, including previous correspondence in your mail, helps in troubleshooting and solving the problem you are experiencing.Thank you,-TannerE-MU Systems
The problem still exist. Is there any chance to solve that annoying problem?I'd like to say that very simply player XMPlay can keep ASIO setting so why Foobar cannot
So, is there a quick fix for this? Not-so-quick fix? Any kind of fix?
sorry to bump an old thread....but is this problem still present in the latest version?