- Aug 27, 2020
Are you using ASIO? Have you tried to disable the Roon output device (I assume it's the E50) for Windows?The thread was renewed later: https://community.roonlabs.com/t/re...-too-many-failures-stopping-playback/240359/3Still in trouble. I uninstalled Roon 2.0 completely then installed the legacy version 1.8 (build 1151) and the problem is still there. The only difference is that the error message doesn’t come out, when I hit play the songs shuffle one after another very fast until the end of the list...community.roonlabs.com
I noticed that sometimes one audio driver can 'hijack' the output device, making it invisible to another. I had this with ASIO: if I played anything in Foobar (using ASIO4ALL), closed it, and then launched Roon (with it's own ASIO driver) during the same Windows session, it wouldn't recognize the DAC.
I tried disabling the device in ASIO4ALL, stopping the ASIO service, clearing Roon cache, stopping RAATServer - no success. Only a Windows reboot would help. This happened with Audinst HUD-MX1 and Topping D70S, doesn't seem hardware related.
Since then I separated my pipelines: the D70S is always disabled in Win and only used from Roon, and all the rest goes via the Audinst (which in turn is disabled in Roon).
Sorry if this misses your point, I'm guessing a bit here, given the limited context.