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Memory leak playing a wave file

Memory leak playing a wave file

Memory leak playing a wave file

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I get a slight memory leak using the MMControl or using the Wave API calls. Just setting up a simple form to play a 2k beep looses available physical memory bit by bit. I used the standard as per the example, stoping and closing the MMControl. I even set the MMControl to a variable and set it to nothing each time it ends using the Sub Done and it still looses memory. About 4k each time I play the beep. Eventually the computer freezes up as though the stack has run out. I tried it on 3 different computers and get the same result.
The VB Beep control doesnt do it even when I set the default wave file to the same beep.wav in the control panel!
Is there a better third party audio activeX control?
Any suggestions?

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