I have a brand new laptop running Windows 11 Pro version 21H2 build 22000.613.
I installed Rack 2 Free, and attempted to launch it. Nothing happens. Going to the Documents/Rack2 directory shows only one file, log. Contents of this file:
[0.004 info adapters/standalone.cpp:127 main] VCV Rack Free v2.0.6 [0.004 info adapters/standalone.cpp:128 main] Windows 10.0 [0.004 info adapters/standalone.cpp:134 main] Args: C:\Program Files\VCV\Rack2Free\Rack.exe [0.004 info adapters/standalone.cpp:137 main] System directory: C:\Program Files\VCV\Rack2Free [0.004 info adapters/standalone.cpp:138 main] User directory: C:/Users/Kyle/Documents/Rack2 [0.004 info adapters/standalone.cpp:142 main] System time: 2022-04-23 00:18:46 Eastern Daylight Time [0.005 info src/settings.cpp:455 load] Loading settings C:/Users/Kyle/Documents/Rack2/settings.json [0.005 info adapters/standalone.cpp:165 main] Initializing network [0.007 info adapters/standalone.cpp:167 main] Initializing audio [0.007 info src/rtaudio.cpp:243 RtAudioDriver] Creating RtAudio WASAPI driver [0.020 info src/rtaudio.cpp:258 RtAudioDriver] Found RtAudio WASAPI device 0: Speakers (Realtek(R) Audio) (0 in, 2 out) [0.133 fatal adapters/standalone.cpp:49 fatalSignalHandler] Fatal signal 22. Stack trace: 16: 0x0 15: raise 0x7ff9b2f6d9c0 14: abort 0x7ff9b2f720b0 13: ZN9__gnu_cxx27__verbose_terminate_handlerEv 0x7ff976b6f4c0 12: ZN10__cxxabiv111__terminateEPFvvE 0x7ff976b65cd0 11: ZSt9terminatev 0x7ff976c578d0 10: _cxa_throw 0x7ff976c60670 9: ZN5RtApi5errorEN12RtAudioError4TypeE 0x7ff9736f7a20 8: ZN11RtApiWasapi13getDeviceInfoEj 0x7ff9737038a0 7: ZN4rack13RtAudioDriverC1EN7RtAudio3ApiE 0x7ff973735ec0 6: ZN4rack11rtaudioInitEv 0x7ff973298d10 5: ZN4rack11rtaudioInitEv 0x7ff973298d10 4: ZN4rack11rtaudioInitEv 0x7ff973298d10 3: ZN4rack11rtaudioInitEv 0x7ff973298d10 2: ZN4rack11rtaudioInitEv 0x7ff973298d10 1: BaseThreadInitThunk 0x7ff9b21154d0 0: RtlUserThreadStart 0x7ff9b3444830
The computer I am using is a Lenovo ThinkBook 13s Gen 3. One of the first things I did after setting this PC up was uninstall OneDrive, so I don’t think that’s the issue. (I had read about that being a problem for some people.)