When a dropout occurs, playback stops and a toast notification shows the detected dropout reason code. This code can be useful in tracking down the cause of dropouts.The following table lists the dropout reason codes and, when applicable, potential preventative action that may be taken.
Note: The dropout reason codes are primarily intended for use by Cakewalk Support as a diagnostic tool. Please contact if you are experiencing persistent audio engine dropouts that you are unable to remedy on your own.
Table 2. Audio engine dropout reason codes
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