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Auto-Rip Feature (Consistancy Initiating Auto-Rip)
« on: August 15, 2015, 04:06:46 pm »

Hi All,

I Have been using JRiver for about a year now. Long Story Short, I have installed JRiver on multiple server systems running either

A. Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter
B. Windows 8.1 Enterprise
C. Windows 10

The issue is that auto-rip will sometimes start and sometimes not start. This has taken place on a veriety of platforms and operating system environments. My father (whom I designed a Customized McIntosh Music Server for) has thousands of disks to rip and informed me of the issue that the auto-rip process will not start ripping and importing the files into the library.

I then began to try JRiver across different platforms and operating system environments (all Microsoft based).
The issue proceeds to have the same characteristics. Some times it works... sometimes it doesn't.

Please Advise:


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Re: Auto-Rip Feature (Consistancy Initiating Auto-Rip)
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2015, 05:52:53 pm »

I can't deal with your concerns in total but I can tick one off the list (I think):

It would appear that system A falls outside the supported systems for MC. Sorry about that. Nothin' to do with me.

Are you across relevant Wiki advice?

And are your system setups consistent where they need to be?
MC31, Win10 x64, HD-Plex H5 Gen2 Case, HD-Plex 400W Hi-Fi DC-ATX / AC-DC PSU, Gigabyte Z370 ULTRA Gaming 2.0 MoBo, Intel Core i7 8700 CPU, 4x8GB GSkill DDR4 RAM, Schiit Modi Multibit DAC, Freya Pre, Nelson Pass Aleph J DIY Clone, Ascension Timberwolf 8893BSRTL Speakers, BJC 5T00UP cables, DVB-T Tuner HDHR5-4DT
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