The Network recording driver is a Windows Network Service that allows Audials Music Streaming and Video Streaming views to download played audio & video streams directly, using their URL address.
If it fails to install, one likely reason is that the maximum number of network services has been reached for your active ethernet connection. To allow for installing the Network recording driver, another network service needs to be removed.
Driver setup is requested, again and again
- Exit all running applications, including Audials.
- Open the Windows Network connections dialog.
Windows 7, 10: Click the Start button in the lower-left corner of your screen, then type ncpa.cpl and press Enter.
- Right-click the active ethernet connection, and click Properties.
- In the list of items used for this connection, search for the Network recording driver.
- If Network recording driver is not listed, proceed with the following steps.
- Do one of the following:
If listed, uninstall the item RRNetCap Driver. This item may be a leftover of an old Audials installation.
Uninstall a network service of a third-party software.
CAUTION:Modifying the list of network services can result in your Internet connection not working, anymore. If possible, seek assistance from a technical expert.
- Restart your computer.
- Start Audials with administrator rights.
Windows 7, 10: On your Desktop, right-click the Audials shortcut, and then click "Run as Administrator".
- Start your recording feature as usual. When prompted for driver setup, click Set up driver now and follow the instructions given by Audials.
After the re-installation process is complete, all drivers should be set up, and all functions of Audials ready to use.