Microsoft informed users Windows 7 that they might come across issues when running VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) applications on their computers. According to Microsoft, “You run an application that performs audio playback and audio capture simultaneously. This is a typical scenario when your application is VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) software.” The application often hangs. WaveOut API on Windows 7 sometimes fails to process audio samples correctly when response of your audio device is slow. There’s a problem on how WaveOut API handles audio playback requests and audio capture requests submitted by your application.” Microsoft is planning to release a hot fix, for the time being “once a hang occurs, is to restart the application,” Microsoft in KB979303.
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