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Old 4th April 2004
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Default Subtitles that have the same name of the movie

Errors when the player tries to load automatically subtitles that are in the same folder of the movie.

BSPlayer v1.00.807, Unhandled exception at EIP: 0194D6A5
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Access violation at address 0194D6A5 in module 'DVOBSUB.AX'. Read of address FFFFFFFF
EAccessViolation
, 0x004E9B4B, 0x004E9D49, 0x004535B3, 0x0044A8FE, 0xBFBCB402, 0xBFBB3A84, 0xBFBB3FF9, 0xBFBB3DFF, 0xBFB8D73D, 0xBFBB3FF9, 0xBFBB3ECD, 0xBFF7363B, 0xBFF94407, 0x007C8CD6

Bytes at EIP: 8B 10 C6 84 24 C0 01 00 00 09 FF 52 14 C6 84 24 B8 01
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Default Re: Subtitles that have the same name of the movie

Maybe you didn't know, but apparently you've installed and are using a separate program DVOBSUB to display subtitles (also shown by a green arrow in the system tray):
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Access violation at address 0194D6A5 in module 'DVOBSUB.AX'.
What type of subtitles do you use? If you're using text-based subtitles you don't need DVOBSUB to display these, as BSPlayer can display these subtitles itself.
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Thanks. Now I understand what is that green arrow that appears while I try to open my movies and subs in Windows Media Player and that almost always makes my computer crash. I'll search and uninstall this DVOBSUB used by Media Player.
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Command line to "uninstall" directvobsub
(first search for dvobsub.ax to find out its path if you don't know it)
In Win 9x/Me
c:\windows\system\regsvr32/u <path>dvobsub.ax
In Win2000 & XP:
c:\windows\system32\regsvr32/u <path>dvobsub.ax
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Command line to "uninstall" directvobsub
(first search for dvobsub.ax to find out its path if you don't know it)
In Win 9x/Me
c:\windows\system\regsvr32/u <path>dvobsub.ax
In Win2000 & XP:
c:\windows\system32\regsvr32/u <path>dvobsub.ax
when type in search dvobsub.ax he found nothing. search on sub in system32 give me: fontsub.dll / iisuba.dll / mfcsubs.dll / subrange.uce / subst.exe / vobsub.dll / subscrpt.mof

i have win xp prof and kazaa lite codec pack
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