[Jack-Devel] pa_process.c, Line 1558 with realtek asio driver

Kjetil Matheussen k.s.matheussen at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 14:16:19 CET 2018

Can you try to run the version of jack included with Radium?
Uninstall jack first, and then just run "qjackctl.exe" in the radium
You don't have to install anything.

This version of jack is compiled with a version of portaudio from 2016,
while the latest official
release of jack for windows includes a version of portaudio from 2012.
If it works, it's probably a good argument to speed up the process of making
a new release for windows.

On Fri, Nov 9, 2018 at 1:56 PM BJ Raz <theguild42 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I just got the recent drivers for my audio card from Realtek and when I
> put then into Jackport Audio I get the following error message:
> Assertion failed!
> Program: D:\Users\brazg\AppData\Local\Programs\Jack\jackd.exe
> File:
> C:\Users\letz\Desktop\Developpements\portaudio-21-11-2012\src\common\pa_process.c,
> Line 1558
> Expression: framesToProcess != 0
> Jack main caught signal 22
> For some reason the audio device: *ASIO::Realtek ASIO* does this.
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