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warning:0000001warning:0000002I got this on both my Mmmm Rockboxed iHP-120 and iHP-140, last week, while recording Toslink in. The warning came up in the time display on the recording screen...Can someone tell me what this warning means?
The warnings as defined in pcm_record.h:/* pcm (dma) buffer has overflowed */#define PCMREC_W_PCM_BUFFER_OVF Â Â Â Â 0x00000001/* encoder output buffer has overflowed */#define PCMREC_W_ENC_BUFFER_OVF Â Â Â Â 0x00000002As petur said and I second, please test with SVN.PCM Buffer overflows should be nearly impossible in the newer SVN builds (post reliability fix) if not actually so even if the encoded data can't be written. I've never seen the PCM buffer fuller than 1 second with any codec at any data rate and you've got 11 seconds worth. Encoder not so much if your disk is on the slow side for some reason in which case not much can help.More info on warnings: If both of these occurred during the same session, you would be looking at Warning: 0x00000003 since the bits OR together as problems occur.
/me gets slightly worried when he also sees http://taperssection.com/index.php/topic,83004.0.html... Probably also using REP though...
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