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Consider the following scenario:

  1. You connect a Universal Serial Bus (USB) audio device, such as an audio adapter or USB digital-to-analog converter (DAC), to a Windows 10 Version 1703-based computer for the first time.
  2. The operating system detects the device and loads the standard USB audio 2.0 driver (usbaudio2.sys).
  3. Windows then downloads the device-specific driver from Windows Update.
  4. The downloaded device driver replaces the usbaudio2.sys driver.

In this scenario, the device cannot be used, and the computer does not have sound. The speaker icon on the task bar is marked with an X mark. When you select the icon, you receive the following message:

Audio services not responding. Both the Windows Audio and the Windows Audio End Point Builder services must be running for audio to work correctly.


This 'audio not playing' problem occurs because the default USB audio 2.0 driver (usbaudio2.sys) uses the WaveRT port for operation but the device-specific driver does not. However, both drivers use the 'wave' reference string when the device interface is registered.When the device-specific driver replaces the default driver, the device interface that is created by usbaudio2.sys is still used because the reference strings overlap. Therefore, the operating system assumes that the new driver also supports the WaveRT port. Because the new driver does not support the WaveRT port, the system cannot access the driver.


To fix this problem, use one of the following methods.

Method 1

Uninstall the device. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open Device Manager.
  2. Select and hold (or double-click) the name of the device, and then select Uninstall.

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Note:In step 2, don't select the Delete the driver software for this device check box.

Method 2

Connect the device to a different USB port. The problem may not occur if the device is connected to a different USB port.

Method 3

If the device is not yet connected, install the device-specific driver first. You can do this by using the appropriate installer for the device. Then, connect the device. Windows now selects the device-specific driver instead of the default USB audio 2.0 driver. This method works in this situation because the problem occurs only if the device-specific driver replaces the default driver after the device is connected.

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SOB can automatically use MAX, NT and NT+ cartridge based charts supplied by C-MAP. No special procedures are necessary to perform for SOB to use cartridge charts. Of course the correct Card Reader driver must be properly installed.

This section will help to ensure that the Card Reader is, in fact, correctly installed.

As at Jun 2005, the USBCC Card Reader driver is version 5.2
As at Dec 2005, the MM Card Reader driver is version 1.01

Available Card Readers and cartridge charts

Card Readers are available from your local C-MAP office for USB, Parallel, PCMCIA or PCI (internal hardware cards).

  • USB MM Card Reader for MAX and NT+ cartridges
  • USBCC Card Reader for NT and NT+ and MAX cartridges
  • FP Reader for Furuno C-MAP cartridges

NOTE: No card reader is available for the CF85 chart cartridges.


The new MAX SD-Cards are an industry standard style - however, these cartridge charts CAN NOT BE USED in a regular card reader. The proprietary C-Map USB MM Card Reader (the 'orange' one) is required to use these cartridges. Also note that the C-Map SD-cards can be read with a normal card reader, and the chart file can be copied (or deleted), however this chart file can't be used once copied (or deleted).

Driver Downloads from C-MAP

C-MAP PC Planner Support Web Page:

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  • English: http://pcplannernt.c-map.it/default_en.asp
  • Italian: http://pcplannernt.c-map.it/it/default.asp

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C-MAP Cartridge Reader Drivers (downloads from our website):

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  • USB MM Card Reader Setup v1.01 [4.5 Mb]
    Automatic installing driver
  • USB MM Card Reader v1.01 [10 Kb]
    Manual Install files for advanced PC users
  • USBCC version 5.2[4.2 Mb]
    USBCC version 4.3
    [4.2 Mb]
  • USBFP version 1.1[4.2 Mb]
  • PPI Driver [800 Kb]

[NEW]Information about the new USB2 MMR Card Reader

C-Map has recently released a new version of its USBMM Card Reader (USB2), which at present is only fully compatible with PC Planner. This reader is easily identified as it has 'Jeppesen' included in its logo.

We have interim support available for this reader via a patch which you must download and manually install.

Further Information

Apart from allowing chart cartridge access with the new USB2 MMR Card Reader in SOB, chart access will be significantly quicker resulting in faster chart refreshing - panning/zooming etc.

At this stage, UserCards are not supported with this patch. UserCard support will be included in the next SOB version.

Install Directions

  1. Download patch here:
    and save to a folder you can locate again (eg: Desktop or My Documents)
  2. Make sure SOB is not running.
  3. Rename the existing cmWin32.dll in the SOBvMAX folder (suggest name like 'cmwin32.dll.old').

  4. Unzip the new downloaded file into SOBvMAX. This download will replace the original file.

  5. Restart SOB

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See also: Quick Start Manual Page C-MAP Electronic Charts C-MAP Charts Manual Page