Ok, I tried to uninstall, there is no difference. I should note as well that every time the computer reboots it re-installs the Realtek drivers again. Weird, but since Roon used to work properly before the firewall was switched I’m not sure the driver is the culprit.
Also, I was wondering if HQPlayer might be a possible work-around. It wouldn’t be a cheap workaround though…
Hi @J_B ,
As the next test, I suggest trying to wipe out the RAATServer install and start fresh, please use these instructions:
You can generate a new RAATServer instance on your device by following these instructions, but please be aware that this will reset your Roon Settings → Audio Tab to factory settings and I would advise making a backup of any custom DSP settings you have:
Ok, I tried it on both the laptop and the core and there was no difference. In fact I didn’t even lose the Audio Tab settings. It did create a new folder though (on the laptop not the core). But again, no difference otherwise.
Hi @J_B ,
Thanks for trying the Realtek ASIO driver uninstall. I looked over your case again and I noticed you mentioned this:
Roon requires more ports than just those to function properly and sometimes even uses randomly-generated ports, have you asked IT to see if they can add application-level exceptions in place, even temporarily?
They said they cannot do it on a permanent basis. I can ask for temporary to see what they say…
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