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    Mmsyserr_nodriver

    I have a program that sets and gets WAVE,MID,MIDI Volume (midiOutGetVolume,waveOutGetVolume).
    My program on XP works.
    But I recently bought a laptop with WINDOWS 8.
    And on my laptop I get MMSYSERR_NODRIVER with midiOutGetVolume(0,&j_midiVol);
    On my laptop if I leave out midiOutGetVoume.My program works fine.

    ROCKYCAT

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    Re: Mmsyserr_nodriver

    Well, perhaps your "laptop with WINDOWS 8" drivers do not support this midiOutGetVolume?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Re: Mmsyserr_nodriver

    So a 7 year old desktop with WINDOWS XP.
    Has better drivers then a new laptop with WINDOWS 8?

    ROCKYCAT

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    Re: Mmsyserr_nodriver

    Why not?
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    Re: Mmsyserr_nodriver

    Quote Originally Posted by ROCKYCAT View Post
    So a 7 year old desktop with WINDOWS XP.
    Has better drivers then a new laptop with WINDOWS 8?
    Just different drivers.
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