I’ve blogged before about how to collect audio logs using Windows Performance Recorder profiles (WPRP files), among other things:
- Report problems, with logs, and suggest features, with the Feedback Hub
- Collecting audio logs the old-fashioned way
- Taking audio glitch traces on Windows 10: desktop edition
I’ve blogged before about what to do if you have an audio problem on Windows 7:
I’ve blogged before about the Trusted Audio Drivers audio digital rights management feature:
Recently I was involved in a Windows 7 audio support issue that involved SHA-1 deprecation and Trusted Audio Drivers. It was very handy to be able to collect audio logs and Code Integrity logs on Windows 7, but it turns out the Windows 7 version of Windows Performance Recorder has slightly different syntax requirements for WPRP files.
Here are the WPRP files we used: