I have previously commented on and followed this issue a couple of months ago when the latest version of the gotomeeting client was first released.
Currently, each time my computer reboots, I have to disable and force-stop all extended audio services on my Alienware machine. I understand that this conflicting asset allocation issue continues to affect any machine that uses the Nahimic audio driver set (amongst others).
I was wondering if there was any kind of update you could give us as to progress in fixing this underlying issue. Perhaps a patch in the works for gotomeeting?
@Mordekai Within the coming days (not weeks), I expect LMI to start rolling out an updated software version with the fix in place. As soon as I have a better ETA I'll update this thread again.
@cctopazi I am sorry that we have impacted your business. This problem should be resolved now, so any new instances would be of interest to our developers.
Please contact Customer Support from one of the problem PCs when you have time to troubleshoot further. I'm afraid we cannot comment on pricing or reimbursements in the Community.
@Mickyj We need to investigate the cause of that error message on your PC, as we cannot recreate this on our side currently. Please call into Customer Support at your convenience so they may gather log files in case a ticket is required.