"John Barnes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> You could try this software. I have used it in the past. I believe you
> do have to turn UAC off to use in Vista, but you can try it and see.
Thanks for the tip.
Actually, the product worked. But the software is very buggy.
From some rough notes, here is what I found:
In ReplayAV, select Tune to Station. Get Error Box: i - Navigation to the
webpage was canceled (it wasn't). Refresh the page. (Same error.)
Right now ReplayAV is sitting with CONVERTING Audio - WAVE under Status/Last
Recording. I don't think it is converting; it has been 3 hours, but I don't
find a .WAV file for it. Task Manager shows ReplayConverter.exe *32 is
still there but there are no CPU cycles. What do I do now?
I tried it before and converted to .MP3. But when it was done, the Replay
Converter didn't stop. When I first started with it, I found two instances
of Replay Converter running. When I apparently used the same name, it
refused, saying it was still running from before. Well, it made the file,
but it didn't quit, then duplicated. There is no Delete function. I have
to kill it in Task Manager. There is no window that shows it running with
an option to stop it.
In Settings/Sound Mixer/Test Audio Recording Methods, it will see
recommendations...one of these audio recording methods (Mono only): Master
Volume--whatever in the world does that mean? After reruns I got different
errors and one time it actually gave a device. In CD Write, it said Drives
Cannot be Initialized - Contact Support; then, there are no compatible CDR
drives reported. It should find my brand new Liteon DVD drive, which writes
Then I tried to convert .asf to .wav - it said it "will start shortly as
background process. Again, checked Task Manager, no CPU at all. Dead. No
conversion. No message.
So, I'm not going to buy it. Yeah, it kinda works, but I think I need to
wait. Vista wasn't this bad.