I just got the MSVAD drivers to compile under windows 2000, but when I use
the "simple" and "multistream" drivers (select it as the default wave
device), all I get are 44 byte wave files labeled "STREAM_1.wav,
STREAM_2.wav, and so on written to my C drive. What's more, the files are
I was under the impression that these virtual audio drivers allowed for
writing audio data outputted by all running programs (using waveOut, or
directsound) to a single wave file as opposed to an actual sound card (which
presumably can be easily modified to route the audio stream over the
Does anyone understand what exactly the MSVAD Audio drivers do out of the
Have you set a breakpoint in CMiniportWaveCyclicStreamMSVAD::CopyTo to see if it ever gets called?
-- - Tim Roberts, timr@xxxxxxxxx Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.