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_Sound Functions and Certain MP3s

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insignia96

Okay, in my current project i am using the AutoIT _sound library to play music. The problem I am having is that certain files, seemingly random ones, will not play. Upon further investigation I managed to extract this error from the MCI dll.

The open failed.
Error Number: 10
Error Description: There is a problem with the device driver.  The driver has closed.  Cannot access error.
Please Note: The sound may still play correctly.

The handle returned is invalid (0) and causes the rest of the program to fail. Why is this happening? I've tried a bunch of stuff and it won't fix it.

EDIT: Works on all other computers i've tried it on, except my laptop! Any specific Reason come to mind.


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ripdad

insignia96,

Thats a generic error code (not the real one).

I noticed that MCI has problems with variable bitrates - even if the codec exist.

A work-around would be to re-encode to CBR (constant bitrate)


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insignia96

Ah, while due to the problem only being on my test machine, and all my test mp3s working fine at CBR and VBR on all computers besides my own, i think I might have miscoded something.

EDIT: Re-tryed with a minor change and it now works, THANKS!


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