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  Playback Problem 

 
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  Something went wrong with playback.

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Playback could not be started on the output 'ASIO' using the format '44.1kHz 64bit 2ch'.

This output format may not be supported by your hardware. You can use DSP Studio to change the output to a compatible format.

Also, make sure that your system has a valid sound playback device and that it is properly configured in playback options.

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Typical location
  C:\Program Files (x86)\J River\Media Center 17\

 
Issued By
  Media Center 17.exe

 
OS
  Windows 7

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Vendor
  J. River, Inc.    
 
   
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Last update: 04-Jul-2012 4:17 am