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    Only Forgets Playlist on Power-down??

    Hi All,

    Did a search on this but didn't come up with this exact problem.

    RR only remembers the last playlist from when I last quit the program manually. An atx-pulse initiated shutdown of the operating system and computer, results in RR forgetting what was loaded/playing when the shutdown was initiated.

    e.g.

    Start RR
    Choose album 'A' and add it to playlist
    Play playlist
    Choose quit option from RR menu
    Start RR again
    Album 'A' continues playing

    Clear playlist
    Choose album 'B' and add to playlist
    Play Playlist
    Initiate proper windows shutdown sequence via ATX pulse
    Windows shuts down all apps proplerly and powers down
    Reboot windows and RR
    Playlist has album 'A' not album 'B'

    No idea what is going on here.
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    kinda sounds like the 'resume' setting in the 2nd window for music is set to sleep/hibernate instead of 'always'.

    Might want to check that.

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    Nope that is set to always, already checked that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notion View Post

    No idea what is going on here.
    Yep, known situation caused by RR and winamp being shut down abruptly (explanation courtesy of BlueZX3).

    This will prove it: Load playlist B and play a couple tracks. Before sending the "ATX shutdown pulse" close rr first then send the pulse; when you power-up again, playlist B will start; if you hadn't closed rr first, playlist A would start..try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by treetop777 View Post
    Yep, known situation caused by RR and winamp being shut down abruptly (explanation courtesy of BlueZX3).

    This will prove it: Load playlist B and play a couple tracks. Before sending the "ATX shutdown pulse" close rr first then send the pulse; when you power-up again, playlist B will start; if you hadn't closed rr first, playlist A would start..try it.
    Yep that's exactly what is happening.

    Any solutions out there?
    350z Roadster,
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    The only solution I could find is a resume plugin for winamp.

    http://www.winamp.com/plugins/details/27878

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