Problem With 64 bit Windows 7, EAC And WMA Lossless 2010-07-25 22:18:49 I have been posting questions at the EAC forum site with no real solutions being offered. I installed the latest version of EAC (.99 prebeta 5) in Windows 7 64 Bit Professional. I have also tried first installing the 32 bit version of Windows Media Encoder 9 Series and then the 64 bit version. When I configure the compression options using the drop down menu in EAC, compression to WMA Lossless fails. The DOS window opens but then immediately closes and I'm left with a WAV file. I then tried more than one manual entry in the compression page using the "User Defined" setting. I'm still having trouble. Using the 32 bit version of WME 9, I believe I got a WMA Lossless file created, but the DOS box didn't close and the file properties list the file as 128 kbps even though the file size is more like a lossless file. Does anybody know how to setup EAC properly in 64 bit Windows 7 to create WMA Lossless files from music CDs? Please help. I'm going crazy.