I’ve been using Soundpoint’s IP 330 config for a while, and I’ve had problems with it. Whenever I go to a new computer, I’ll get a message from Soundpoint saying that I need to reconfig my settings to get my settings in sync. The only thing I’ve been able to figure out is that the IP 330 is broken, and my system is incompatible with it.
Sounds like Soundpoints IP 330 configuration doesn’t have a good chance of making it work. It probably does, but it’s not working for me right now.
Sounds like something that should be fixed in the next release.
Sounds like a weird bug, but it is a problem we’ll need to address. In the meantime, you might want to try downloading the latest version of soundpoint from the official website, and see if that fixes the problem. If not, then you might want to try contacting Soundpoint support, and see if they can help you.
Sounds, like any other software, are not always bug-free. But this IP 330 problem is especially nasty. It’s not a bug with the IP 330 configuration itself, but a bug with Soundpoint itself. If you run the IP 330 on a Mac or Windows computer, it should work (the link should be in the config file). But if you’re using a Linux machine (like mine), then it doesn’t, and you need to uninstall it and then reinstall it.
You can still download Soundpoint to listen to your music on your Mac, though the files are not always available from Soundpoint for that reason. But if youre using Linux, you should also download the Soundpoint Linux driver from Soundpoint.
This is a very important bug. You might have a link to the sound file that is located in the startup folder and then you want to move it to the location where Soundpoint would be located. In other words, you can’t run Soundpoint on the Mac anymore.
The Soundpoint driver can cause the sound file to show up on your home computer if you download it from Soundpoint.
Another very annoying bug is that you need to have the sound file actually located somewhere on your computer, that is, that the Soundpoint Linux driver has the right information to put the sound file into the right place. There should be a place that holds the sound file and then the Soundpoint Linux driver can move the file to that location.