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1.2.1 cause frequent hard disk writing
yyq
post Jan 17 2013, 08:07
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I updated my foobar2k to 1.2.1, my OS is win8 x64 and two hard disk: SSD (where foobar2k is installed)、general hard disk(where songs is stored), then question is : everytime when the foobar2k is playbacking songs, the OS' s system process begins keeping writing the SSD(1M/s). but after quiting the foobar2k, writing stops.

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post Jan 17 2013, 12:11
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problem has been positioned: the related files are: c:\windows\system32\config\software and c:\windows\system32\config\software.log1

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I updated my foobar2k to 1.2.1, my OS is win8 x64 and two hard disk: SSD (where foobar2k is installed)、general hard disk(where songs is stored), then question is : everytime when the foobar2k is playbacking songs, the OS' s system process begins keeping writing the SSD(1M/s). but after quiting the foobar2k, writing stops.

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post Jan 17 2013, 12:29
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That's part of Windows Registry.


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post Jan 17 2013, 22:02
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That doesn't sound normal, either. You should try something like Process Monitor to see what registry keys are being manipulated so much.
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