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locked Re: re-establishing wsjtx log #WSJTX_config

Bill Somerville
 

On 09/10/2021 03:21, John Wiener wrote:
Bill,
Where precisely should they go?  Does this look better? I seem to remember that they should be under SAVE

It's been an interesting and LONG process to get my shack back in order after the OS update...amazing.
I still have glitches...RUMlogng no longer populates the qso with name, address, etc.  I can't get RUMlogng to change from using hamqth to qrz.com...but it won't pull down data from either one. On WSJT-X, worked-before still doesn't work.
Thanks again, OM
John AB8O
Hi John,

yes that is the correct location, assuming the WSJT-X directory it self is in the right location. As Reino states, an easy way to locate the right location is to use WSJT-X, "Menu->File->Open log directory" will open a new Finder window located in the correct place.

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked Re: re-establishing wsjtx log #WSJTX_config

Reino Talarmo
 

 

 

Bill,
Where precisely should they go? 
Does this look better? I seem to remember that they should be under SAVE

It's been an interesting and LONG process to get my shack back in order after the OS update...amazing.
I still have glitches...RUMlogng no longer populates the qso with name, address, etc.  I can't get RUMlogng to change from using hamqth to qrz.com...but it won't pull down data from either one.  On WSJT-X, worked-before still doesn't work.
Thanks again, OM
John AB8O

Hi John,

As Bill told they should not be in the save directory, but in the same directory where the save directory is, see User Guide ‘15.1. File locations’ that states Log directory: %LOCALAPPDATA%\WSJT-X\

An easy way to go there is via menu File – Open log directory

73, Reino OH3mA

 

 


locked Re: WSJT-X feature request : filter field #EnhancementReqest

Reino Talarmo
 

Hi Roger,

Your proposal works, but there are three issues to make it less useful for the proposed feature:

-        decoding attempt is first tried on the green goalpost, but if the first decoding round fails on that station, then the message will be in an undefined position

-        DX station may move to another frequency at any time

-        all messages from that station will be presented, not only CQ and perhaps RR73 or 73.

Some external program would be nice, but e.g. JTAlert works only in Windows.

By the way, this was only an observation. I am not supporting this kind of addition into the wsjt-x program itself.

73, Reino OH3mA

 

Hi Jeff,

You may not have noticed this but the station on the top of the decode list is the station in the green RX maker on the waterfall display.

So if Im understanding your question this would do what you want.

Simply place the green RX maker over where the DX is and you can simply click on the station to do this.

Then all the communications from that station will be the first listing each period.


locked Re: re-establishing wsjtx log #WSJTX_config

John Wiener
 

Bill,
Where precisely should they go?  Does this look better? I seem to remember that they should be under SAVE

It's been an interesting and LONG process to get my shack back in order after the OS update...amazing.
I still have glitches...RUMlogng no longer populates the qso with name, address, etc.  I can't get RUMlogng to change from using hamqth to qrz.com...but it won't pull down data from either one.  On WSJT-X, worked-before still doesn't work.
Thanks again, OM
John AB8O


locked Re: WSJT-X feature request : filter field #EnhancementReqest

Roger Corbett <roger.corbett@...>
 

Hi Jeff,
You may not have noticed this but the station on the top of the decode list is the station in the green RX maker on the waterfall display.
So if Im understanding your question this would do what you want.
Simply place the green RX maker over where the DX is and you can simply click on the station to do this.
Then all the communications from that station will be the first listing each period.

Have a look at the “Start new periods decodes at top” and “Blank line between decoding periods” check boxes as these will make it easier to see with large decode lists.

73

Roger ZL3RC


On Oct 8, 2021, at 3:36 PM, Jeff | VA2SS via groups.io <jeff@...> wrote:

Hi, I am new to the group. 

I would like to share with the group a feature request.

I am looking for a function, that would be a text filed, to «filter» for a specific callsign, that may be partial or complete callsign for both the receiving or transmitting stations. I joined this group especially to ask for this feature, because I regulary hunt POTA activators calling using FT8. So my goal when doing FT8 or any mode at that time it is to contact THIS station. And because many hams are trying at the same time... things become very difficult to follow... I cannot only rely only by waiting when the station will eventually call CQ. I need to follow the entire conversation and to know when the hunted station is listening or transmitting.

So by having a «filter» option, I would be able to follow only this specific communication thread. Like I said.... filter could be for partial or complete callsign, does not matter.

But it will indeed make my life more easier, especially when the band is really crowed and every cycle contains to much transmission to fit inside a single window... HiHiiiiii!!! 😝😜🎉 . 

I am running a Mac M1 Mabook Air, and I do not want to add other software into the equation. IMHO, A filter option would be easy to implement.

Thanks for reading my message.

73 de Jeff | VA2SS



locked Re: WSJT-X feature request : filter field #EnhancementReqest

William Smith
 

You can already do something like that yourself with grep or equivalent in a command prompt. I use python programs for parsing ALL.TXT but that might be overkill for the feature you are looking for.

73, Willie N1JBJ


On Oct 8, 2021, at 3:36 PM, Jeff | VA2SS via groups.io <jeff@...> wrote:

Hi, I am new to the group.

I would like to share with the group a feature request.

I am looking for a function, that would be a text filed, to «filter» for a specific callsign, that may be partial or complete callsign for both the receiving or transmitting stations. I joined this group especially to ask for this feature, because I regulary hunt POTA activators calling using FT8. So my goal when doing FT8 or any mode at that time it is to contact THIS station. And because many hams are trying at the same time... things become very difficult to follow... I cannot only rely only by waiting when the station will eventually call CQ. I need to follow the entire conversation and to know when the hunted station is listening or transmitting.

So by having a «filter» option, I would be able to follow only this specific communication thread. Like I said.... filter could be for partial or complete callsign, does not matter.

But it will indeed make my life more easier, especially when the band is really crowed and every cycle contains to much transmission to fit inside a single window... HiHiiiiii!!! 😝😜🎉 .

I am running a Mac M1 Mabook Air, and I do not want to add other software into the equation. IMHO, A filter option would be easy to implement.

Thanks for reading my message.

73 de Jeff | VA2SS



locked Re: sound input error #windows11 #AudioIssues #Icom

Mitch Cohen
 

I had the same problem in Windows 11 with an FT-991A and the suggestion of: Have you allowed WSJT-X access to microphone devices in the system Camera and Microphone Privacy options? Fixed my problem.


locked Re: sound input error #windows11 #AudioIssues #Icom

Bill Somerville
 

On 08/10/2021 22:48, Jeff Elkins wrote:
I'm unable to run wsjt-x on a new PC due to error in sound input messages.  Started with Windows 10, continued with Windows 11.
I've tried disabling the RealTek audio devices, but that didn't help.  This is driving me nuts!
Rig: 7300
Connection: USB PC->7300
Microphone: USB Audio Codec
Speaker: USB Audio Codec
COM3: Silicon Labs CP210X USB to UART Bridge
73
Jeff Elkins
Hi Jeff,

I doubt the AUDIODG.EXE crash in the event log is related to the WSJT-X error message. Have you allowed WSJT-X access to microphone devices in the system Camera and Microphone Privacy options?

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked sound input error #windows11 #AudioIssues #Icom

Jeff Elkins
 

I'm unable to run wsjt-x on a new PC due to error in sound input messages.  Started with Windows 10, continued with Windows 11. 
I've tried disabling the RealTek audio devices, but that didn't help.  This is driving me nuts!
 
Rig: 7300
Connection: USB PC->7300
Microphone: USB Audio Codec
Speaker: USB Audio Codec
COM3: Silicon Labs CP210X USB to UART Bridge
 
 
73
Jeff Elkins
 
 
Log Name:      Application
Source:        Application Error
Date:          10/5/2021 10:03:34 PM
Event ID:      1000
Task Category: (100)
Level:         Error
Keywords:      Classic
User:          N/A
Computer:      asus
Description:
Faulting application name: AUDIODG.EXE, version: 10.0.22000.100, time stamp: 0xf232409c
Faulting module name: RtkIntU642.dll, version: 11.0.6000.866, time stamp: 0x60069e2b
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x00000000001568e0
Faulting process id: 0x3b1c
Faulting application start time: 0x01d7ba54dc168624
Faulting application path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\AUDIODG.EXE
Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\realtekintapo2.inf_amd64_dfa49b2ca3b829a3\RtkIntU642.dll
Report Id: 963c6a8b-af26-4c15-b3d9-42f9266f5dbd
Faulting package full name:
Faulting package-relative application ID: 


locked WSJT-X feature request : filter field #EnhancementReqest

Jeff | VA2SS <jeff@...>
 

Hi, I am new to the group.

I would like to share with the group a feature request.

I am looking for a function, that would be a text filed, to «filter» for a specific callsign, that may be partial or complete callsign for both the receiving or transmitting stations. I joined this group especially to ask for this feature, because I regulary hunt POTA activators calling using FT8. So my goal when doing FT8 or any mode at that time it is to contact THIS station. And because many hams are trying at the same time... things become very difficult to follow... I cannot only rely only by waiting when the station will eventually call CQ. I need to follow the entire conversation and to know when the hunted station is listening or transmitting.

So by having a «filter» option, I would be able to follow only this specific communication thread. Like I said.... filter could be for partial or complete callsign, does not matter.

But it will indeed make my life more easier, especially when the band is really crowed and every cycle contains to much transmission to fit inside a single window... HiHiiiiii!!! 😝😜🎉 .

I am running a Mac M1 Mabook Air, and I do not want to add other software into the equation. IMHO, A filter option would be easy to implement.

Thanks for reading my message.

73 de Jeff | VA2SS


locked Re: re-establishing wsjtx log #WSJTX_config

Bill Somerville
 

On 08/10/2021 17:28, John Wiener wrote:
Is this the proper setup for wsjtx logging?  I still cannot get worked-before status to work.  After probs with a Mac update, I lost the original log file and replaced it with the LOTW file renamed as 'wsjtx_log.adi' However, it shows 7.9 MB as a TextEdit instead of a log File...the 7.9MB figure looks accurate.

On a Mac, this is the only way I know to identify worked-before status before transmitting.
RUMlogng will only show worked-before status after transmission is initiated.

It's been a rough week since the last Mac update here.  Mac OS11.6.   WSJT-X 2.5.0

John AB8O
John,

your screen capture shows you have a bunch of WSJT-X files that should be in the WSJT-X directory but are in the save directoory below that.

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked Re: re-establishing wsjtx log #WSJTX_config

Reino Talarmo
 

Hi John,

Could it be a simple reason. The wsjtx_log.adi file should be in the same directory as the ALL.TXT file not in the sample directory. Or have you managed somehow change the log directory from the wsjt-x default one?

If I use the menu item Open log directory in File menu, then I will be in the correct directory where e.g. wsjtx_log.adi should be.

73, Reino OH3mA

 

From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of John Wiener
Sent: 8. lokakuutata 2021 19:29
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: [WSJTX] re-establishing wsjtx log #WSJTX_config

 

Is this the proper setup for wsjtx logging?  I still cannot get worked-before status to work.  After probs with a Mac update, I lost the original log file and replaced it with the LOTW file renamed as 'wsjtx_log.adi' However, it shows 7.9 MB as a TextEdit instead of a log File...the 7.9MB figure looks accurate.

On a Mac, this is the only way I know to identify worked-before status before transmitting.  
RUMlogng will only show worked-before status after transmission is initiated.

It's been a rough week since the last Mac update here.  Mac OS11.6.   WSJT-X 2.5.0

John AB8O


locked re-establishing wsjtx log #WSJTX_config

John Wiener
 

Is this the proper setup for wsjtx logging?  I still cannot get worked-before status to work.  After probs with a Mac update, I lost the original log file and replaced it with the LOTW file renamed as 'wsjtx_log.adi' However, it shows 7.9 MB as a TextEdit instead of a log File...the 7.9MB figure looks accurate.

On a Mac, this is the only way I know to identify worked-before status before transmitting.  
RUMlogng will only show worked-before status after transmission is initiated.

It's been a rough week since the last Mac update here.  Mac OS11.6.   WSJT-X 2.5.0

John AB8O


locked Re: #Windows10 resets default audio device #Windows10

Gilbert Baron
 

I agree with most of your post except

 

“I run a paid subscription of Malware Bytes and a paid subscription to AVG anti-virus software.  I also use CCleaner, paid version, for part of my regular maintenance discipline.  “

 

 

I see no reason to pay for these or even to use them. Defender AND Password manager, AND 321 backup is all that you need.  Three copies, Two different kinds of media, One offsite. That is all that you need.

 

Neither Defender nor any other malware detector is going to protect you from zero day attacks anyway,

 

Outlook Laptop Gil W0MN

Hierro candente, batir de repente

44.08226N 92.51265W EN34rb

 

From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob McGraw - K4TAX
Sent: Friday, October 8, 2021 10:23
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

 

I've run Windows 10 Pro 64 bit on this old computer for a long time.   I take all the automatic updates from Microsoft.  I run a paid subscription of Malware Bytes and a paid subscription to AVG anti-virus software.  I also use CCleaner, paid version, for part of my regular maintenance discipline. 

I don't use any of the free stuff from unknown sources.  I view that much like some of the "free stuff" offered by the 18-year-old standing on the street corner.  There is no telling what one might contract. 

I'm also very careful to have all of my USB devices connected, although the equipment itself may not be powered on, at all times.   I use a 7 port product, TP-Link, for this.   Especially when the computer is first powered up allows Windows to see the needed and assigned ports. 

I don't leave the computer running when I'm away from the station.   Yes, I know it takes a few minutes to boot but I figure I spend less time waiting on the computer to boot as opposed to having to spend frustrating hours resolving issues.  

I find there are many attempts to ping and enter the system.  These data breaches can change parameters and settings and one not know it.   I've eliminated all social media accounts from this computer.  These are tooooooo easy to hack and gain access to the computer.    With my software and good firewalls active, I still see, via my monitoring system,  10 to 20 failed daily attempts to gain access to my system.  The hackers are out there looking and pinging.   Don't leave the door open or your pants down.

The smart operation of one's computer is a valued asset.  Regular external back-ups, regular malware scans, regular virus scans, and other maintenance operations are a must in today's world of reliable computer operation.  Like one motor oil company advertised,  "pay me now, or pay me later".   I find that paying later is much much more expensive and time-consuming.  

As to Windows 11, my old computers don't have the recognized processors nor do they have the required TPM 2.0.   Microsoft advises not to install Windows 11 on a non-compliant computer.  Oh it may "work" and you can do so with an ISO file,  but I think you will find that issues may abound.  Are you ready for this frustration or just ready to start cussing Microsoft?   You've been warned. 

73
Bob, K4TAX

73
Bob, K4TAX


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locked Re: #Windows10 resets default audio device #Windows10

Bob McGraw - K4TAX
 

I've run Windows 10 Pro 64 bit on this old computer for a long time.   I take all the automatic updates from Microsoft.  I run a paid subscription of Malware Bytes and a paid subscription to AVG anti-virus software.  I also use CCleaner, paid version, for part of my regular maintenance discipline. 

I don't use any of the free stuff from unknown sources.  I view that much like some of the "free stuff" offered by the 18-year-old standing on the street corner.  There is no telling what one might contract. 

I'm also very careful to have all of my USB devices connected, although the equipment itself may not be powered on, at all times.   I use a 7 port product, TP-Link, for this.   Especially when the computer is first powered up allows Windows to see the needed and assigned ports. 

I don't leave the computer running when I'm away from the station.   Yes, I know it takes a few minutes to boot but I figure I spend less time waiting on the computer to boot as opposed to having to spend frustrating hours resolving issues.  

I find there are many attempts to ping and enter the system.  These data breaches can change parameters and settings and one not know it.   I've eliminated all social media accounts from this computer.  These are tooooooo easy to hack and gain access to the computer.    With my software and good firewalls active, I still see, via my monitoring system,  10 to 20 failed daily attempts to gain access to my system.  The hackers are out there looking and pinging.   Don't leave the door open or your pants down.

The smart operation of one's computer is a valued asset.  Regular external back-ups, regular malware scans, regular virus scans, and other maintenance operations are a must in today's world of reliable computer operation.  Like one motor oil company advertised,  "pay me now, or pay me later".   I find that paying later is much much more expensive and time-consuming.  

As to Windows 11, my old computers don't have the recognized processors nor do they have the required TPM 2.0.   Microsoft advises not to install Windows 11 on a non-compliant computer.  Oh it may "work" and you can do so with an ISO file,  but I think you will find that issues may abound.  Are you ready for this frustration or just ready to start cussing Microsoft?   You've been warned. 

73
Bob, K4TAX

73
Bob, K4TAX



locked Re: #Windows10 resets default audio device #Windows10

Gene Horr
 

Google "Win 11 Lab Mode".  That will give you instructions on how to run Win 11 on older computers.  Note that you lose some of the malware protection that is newish for Win 11 but you still have the base Win 10 style protection in place.

From the reviews Lab Mode on older computers runs Win 11 just fine.  You do have a performance hit for games but so do the newer computers.


locked Re: #Windows10 resets default audio device #Windows10

Gilbert Baron
 

Maybe it an be but why would you want to suffer that. Stick with W10 or buy a new PC. W10 is not going away any time soon.

Outlook Laptop Gil W0MN
Hierro candente, batir de repente
44.08226N 92.51265W EN34rb

-----Original Message-----
From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of William Smith
Sent: Friday, October 8, 2021 06:57
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device #windows11

Cue the ButCeptFer:

https://www.tomsguide.com/news/does-windows-11-require-tpm-20-we-have-good-news-and-bad-news

/*
Specifically, "unsupported" Windows 11 PCs won't be entitled to receive Windows Updates and could miss out on security and driver updates. Microsoft also warns that older PCs running Windows 11 may become unstable, face issues support agents can't solve */

73, Willie N1JBJ




On Oct 8, 2021, at 7:47 AM, Dan Malcolm <K4SHQ@...> wrote:

Yeah MS did it kind of crazy. To upgrade you need to have TPM 2.0. That requirement can be circumvented if you do a fresh Win11 install.

__________
Dan – K4SHQ
CFI/II

From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of chas
cartmel
Sent: Friday, October 8, 2021 5:17 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device #windows11

Not true.
I have windows 11 on my AMD systems, one several years old.


73 Charlie
G4EST
www.g4est.me.uk
Stay safe out there



From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Philip Rose via groups.io
Sent: 08 October 2021 09:28
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

Unfortunately to run W11 you need at least an 8th generation Intel
CPU. My laptop has one, but the shack computer is only 7th gen. ☹

73 Phil GM3ZZA

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: Michael Black via groups.io
Sent: 07 October 2021 23:01
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

FYI...in Windows 11 you can now set up an audio device with "do not make default" which at least keeps your computer sounds from going out your rig.

Mike W9MDB


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On Thursday, October 7, 2021, 04:05:39 PM CDT, Alan G4ZFQ <alan4alan@...> wrote:


* check with Volume mixer that all the audio is going to the proper places.

I really, really hate Win10

Pete,


The codec is a USB audio device.
Unless you start up Windows every time with all USB audio devices
connected then the audio devices will get re-arranged when a USB audio
device is added. This is true for all versions of Windows.

If you do not disable the HDMI audio then the monitor must always be on.
Turning it off removes an audio device.
The same with many on-board audio devices with jack detection. Plug
in/unplug a mic or speakers again re-orders audio devices.

73 Alan G4ZFQ




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locked Re: #Windows10 resets default audio device #Windows10

William Smith
 

Cue the ButCeptFer:

https://www.tomsguide.com/news/does-windows-11-require-tpm-20-we-have-good-news-and-bad-news

/*
Specifically, "unsupported" Windows 11 PCs won't be entitled to receive Windows Updates and could miss out on security and driver updates. Microsoft also warns that older PCs running Windows 11 may become unstable, face issues support agents can't solve
*/

73, Willie N1JBJ

On Oct 8, 2021, at 7:47 AM, Dan Malcolm <K4SHQ@...> wrote:

Yeah MS did it kind of crazy. To upgrade you need to have TPM 2.0. That requirement can be circumvented if you do a fresh Win11 install.

__________
Dan – K4SHQ
CFI/II

From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of chas cartmel
Sent: Friday, October 8, 2021 5:17 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device #windows11

Not true.
I have windows 11 on my AMD systems, one several years old.


73 Charlie
G4EST
www.g4est.me.uk
Stay safe out there



From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Philip Rose via groups.io
Sent: 08 October 2021 09:28
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

Unfortunately to run W11 you need at least an 8th generation Intel CPU. My laptop has one, but the shack computer is only 7th gen. ☹

73 Phil GM3ZZA

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: Michael Black via groups.io
Sent: 07 October 2021 23:01
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

FYI...in Windows 11 you can now set up an audio device with "do not make default" which at least keeps your computer sounds from going out your rig.

Mike W9MDB


<image001.png>




On Thursday, October 7, 2021, 04:05:39 PM CDT, Alan G4ZFQ <alan4alan@...> wrote:


* check with Volume mixer that all the audio is going to the proper places.

I really, really hate Win10

Pete,


The codec is a USB audio device.
Unless you start up Windows every time with all USB audio devices
connected then the audio devices will get re-arranged when a USB audio
device is added. This is true for all versions of Windows.

If you do not disable the HDMI audio then the monitor must always be on.
Turning it off removes an audio device.
The same with many on-board audio devices with jack detection. Plug
in/unplug a mic or speakers again re-orders audio devices.

73 Alan G4ZFQ




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This email has been scanned by BullGuard antivirus protection.
For more info visit www.bullguard.com



locked Re: #Windows10 resets default audio device #Windows10

 

Yeah MS did it kind of crazy.  To upgrade you need to have TPM 2.0.  That requirement can be circumvented if you do a fresh Win11 install.

 

__________

Dan – K4SHQ

CFI/II

 

From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of chas cartmel
Sent: Friday, October 8, 2021 5:17 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device #windows11

 

Not true.
I have windows 11 on my AMD systems, one several years old.

73 Charlie

G4EST

www.g4est.me.uk

Stay safe out there

 

 

 

From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Philip Rose via groups.io
Sent: 08 October 2021 09:28
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

 

Unfortunately to run W11 you need at least an 8th generation Intel CPU. My laptop has one, but the shack computer is only 7th gen.

 

73 Phil GM3ZZA

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 

From: Michael Black via groups.io
Sent: 07 October 2021 23:01
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

 

FYI...in Windows 11 you can now set up an audio device with "do not make default" which at least keeps your computer sounds from going out your rig.

 

Mike W9MDB

 


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On Thursday, October 7, 2021, 04:05:39 PM CDT, Alan G4ZFQ <alan4alan@...> wrote:

 

 

> *  check with Volume mixer that all the audio is going to the proper places.


> I really, really hate Win10



Pete,



The codec is a USB audio device.
Unless you start up Windows every time with all USB audio devices
connected then the audio devices will get re-arranged when a USB audio
device is added. This is true for all versions of Windows.

If you do not disable the HDMI audio then the monitor must always be on.
Turning it off removes an audio device.
The same with many on-board audio devices with jack detection. Plug
in/unplug a mic or speakers again re-orders audio devices.

73 Alan G4ZFQ

 

 

 


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This email has been scanned by BullGuard antivirus protection.

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locked Re: #Windows10 resets default audio device #Windows10

chas cartmel
 

Not true.
I have windows 11 on my AMD systems, one several years old.


73 Charlie

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From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Philip Rose via groups.io
Sent: 08 October 2021 09:28
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

 

Unfortunately to run W11 you need at least an 8th generation Intel CPU. My laptop has one, but the shack computer is only 7th gen. ☹

 

73 Phil GM3ZZA

 

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From: Michael Black via groups.io
Sent: 07 October 2021 23:01
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows10 resets default audio device

 

FYI...in Windows 11 you can now set up an audio device with "do not make default" which at least keeps your computer sounds from going out your rig.

 

Mike W9MDB

 


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On Thursday, October 7, 2021, 04:05:39 PM CDT, Alan G4ZFQ <alan4alan@...> wrote:

 

 

> *  check with Volume mixer that all the audio is going to the proper places.


> I really, really hate Win10



Pete,



The codec is a USB audio device.
Unless you start up Windows every time with all USB audio devices
connected then the audio devices will get re-arranged when a USB audio
device is added. This is true for all versions of Windows.

If you do not disable the HDMI audio then the monitor must always be on.
Turning it off removes an audio device.
The same with many on-board audio devices with jack detection. Plug
in/unplug a mic or speakers again re-orders audio devices.

73 Alan G4ZFQ

 

 

 


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