Download sdr radio XP for free. System Utilities downloads - SDR-RADIO.com by SDR-RADIO.com and many more programs are available for instant and free download. Iotlearner0level commented on Feb 25, 2018 On windows 10/64 bit, rtl-sdr device appears as #1 device#0 is actually bogus. But the software tries to open #0 which fails. 0MazaHacka0 commented on Jul 20, 2018.
However when I try to run the latest version of SDRSharp, nothing happens on the screen and a 'crash.exe' file is created in the SDRSharp directory. The file reads:
The type initializer for 'PortAudioSharp.PortAudioAPI' threw an exception.
at SDRSharp.Radio.dll.PortAudioAPI.Pa_GetDefaultInputDevice (IL offset: 0xffffffff)
at SDRSharp.Radio.dll.AudioDevice.GetDevices (IL offset: 0x6)
at SDRSharp.exe.MainForm.InitializeGUI (IL offset: 0x153)
at SDRSharp.exe.MainForm..ctor (IL offset: 0x14a)
at SDRSharp.exe.Program.Main (IL offset: 0x69)
As I said, I can get version 220.127.116.111 runing OK and it sees the RTL-SDR USB stick OK. Audio is fine. That version used .NET framework 3.5 (which I downloaded). The system also has the latest .NET Framework update for Windows 10, which I think is 4.6.1.
I don't understand the crash.txt file contents. Can anyone interpret them and suggest what might be the cause of the problem? There seems to be some reference to audio ports ('PortAudioSharp.PortAudioAPI'), but again the earlier version works just fine with no audio issues and other programs (like YouTube in Chrome and the system sounds) don't seem to have any problems with the audio ports.
The PC is a Dell Latitude e5500 laptop running Windows 10 64-bit, 2.2GHz Intel duo with 2GB RAM.
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