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  1. I saw @JohnFlower mention this player in channel and thought I would try it out. It works better than MPC in some tests I've run. Anyone with decent experience with it on Windows 10? I am trying to get the stupid Now Playing script to work with mIRC and I don't think the player is even loading the script. Any help is appreciated.
  2. Problem: NUC has no audio output through HDMI and 3.5mm jack and there is no playback or recording devices listed. Tried: Uninstalling (with deleting) and reinstalling drivers from Intel's website as well as Realtek and Graphics drivers. The Realtek installation fails with an error code of 0xC0000347 - according to Google this happens when the driver is not windows certified, however the driver is (according the the manufacturers website). I tried re-installing the driver after enabling "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement", same error occured. I tried running all of the above as admin as well with no luck. I've run sfc /scannow which did find a few errors and fixed them, but still unable to install the drivers. Device manager error messages are as follows for the Intel Display Audio and Realtek High Definition Audio devices: Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39). {Unable to Load Device Driver} %hs device driver could not be loaded. Error status was 0x%x Details: It's a NUC5i3RHY - few months old. Oddly enough the audio was working in its first couple of days, but only for 15mins and then would stop, restarting it fixed it temporarily and then it would stop again. Any help and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Short of RMA'ing this thing, I'm at a loss. . .
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