I am now experiencing the same problem with perfectly playable files that play with roon on i5, but do not play with the other laptop i7, and roon reports these as "corrupt files " on the i7 and the program crashes. I have moved these files from NAS to the laptop,
Any ideas why the same file appears corrupt on one machine and not the other.
Are you sharing the storage folders between the two roon cores. Or does each roon core have its own storage folders? I have a feeling sharing folders between two roon cores will cause problems. It isn’t something I have personally tried but whenever I have tried to share media folders between two different players (roon and non-roon) I have had problems.
I just responded to Noris. I will have to try again, I have stopped using roon as it was crashing with no resolution. Unless there is a new software or some other change, fundamentally I could not make it to work. I will try again this weekend and revert with new findings.
Late to the party and just to offer my experience on this one OT aspect:
I’ve been running Roon core and LMS in parallel on a Win10 PC with the music files on a USB SSD for two years without a single glitch.