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Ceton Infinitv interferes with Google Music Manager

post #1 of 4
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Is anyone using both a Ceton Infinitv and Google Music Manager on the same machine? I have to disable my Ceton card in order to sign into the Music Manager as there is some networking conflict even though they are on two different subnets. With the Ceton enabled I get the annoying

"Only three accounts can be used per computer
Three accounts were previously used to sign in to Music Manager."

Anyone run into this?
post #2 of 4
I can't think of any way we would cause this, so I'm thinking the software is seeing us as a second NIC and that's throwing us off.
I would recommend you try putting a second ethernet NIC in and see if it causes the same issue
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That is the problem. I was just wondering if anyone has experienced this. Google music has had this issue generally with VMware, but there is no solution I could find.
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Does the Ceton card have a unique Mac address? I would assume it would have to for DRM. This is generally where Google Music fails.
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