Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Intel NUC8i5BEK - Intel Core i5-8259U - 16 GB RAM - 1 TB SSD - Windows 10 Home Edition (64 bit) - latest Roon Core download from website
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Intel NUC connected via ethernet cable to TP-Link Switch TL-SG108 which is connected via cabled network to modem from my internet provider
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
none - can’t get to point where I can use Roon to play music
Description Of Issue
Last Friday I’ve tried to install Roon on 14-day trial on my new Intel NUC used as a mediaserver (Plex is also running on it, without any issues).
Installation of Roon went smooth, however the issue starts when I select a folder where my music library is stored (combination of mp3 files + FLAC / stored on separate partition of SSD in Intel NUC / folder format: Artist/Album / around 3500 albums which was previously used in iTunes)
Roon then starts importing all the albums and reaching around 1500 to 2000 albums before it crashes. If I then try to reopen Roon, the start-up screen shows (with the quote) and then it shuts down again before actually opening the Roon software itself.
Actions I’ve taken to try and resolve the issue:
- removing Roon completely and reinstalling --> didn’t solve the issue, Roon once again crashes when processing part of my albums (tried this 3 times already)
- removing and reinstalling graphic card drivers as was recommended in previous topics
- checking firewall settings, but nothing Roon-related is being blocked
Logs can be found at:
Hope somebody can assists with this issue, especially since I was really looking forward to testing Roon.