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rjbennett 28th August 2004 01:51 PM

BS Player crash after installation of Service Pack 2 for XP
I installed Service Pack 2 for Windows XP, and now every time I try to use BS Player, I get a "Problem Report" to send to Microsoft, and then BS Player crashes. Has Microsoft done something with Service Pack 2 so that it prevents BD Player from operating normally?

Cymax 30th August 2004 07:36 PM

after i had installed sp2, i can't played it with bsplayer, only with mediaplayer. It only played de sounds.
I have installed everything again: codecs and bsplayer and it still don't play. Anyone more with this kind problem or how to solve it??

cosacd 1st September 2004 09:59 PM

I have the same problem.
I thought is because the new "Data Execution Prevention" (DEP) feature in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 is enabled, that cause sometimes problems with DivX Codec, but DEP is for 64 bit procesors. I can't find a solution.

bfg_hdf 2nd September 2004 06:23 AM

a solution to SP2???
well i dont tested this but i was reading an compatibility issue and you actually can remove the DEP this is done in the administrative tools/local policies directives or something there you need to find the DEP you need to change the DEP to the policie AlwaysOff and maybe that works i dont know try it your pc wont explode

cosacd 2nd September 2004 08:33 AM

I tried to remove DEP, but but is not activated. It's a message, someting like "due to hardware design, your computer'r processor does not support DEP software".

cosacd 5th September 2004 07:53 AM

I thik I foud what caused this, at least for me. Was ATI Catalist 4.8. With 4.7 I have no problems :lol:

atfx 6th September 2004 09:33 AM

Got many problems.
1 . Launching videos is very slow.
2 . Viewing files in my Computer blocks during 10 seconds 'cause of icons of bsplayer's files association.

No more problem when I've uninstalled bsplayer.

BSPeter 6th September 2004 06:54 PM

Very slow launching? Do you have NAV by any chance?

atfx 7th September 2004 01:30 PM


Originally Posted by BSPeter
Very slow launching? Do you have NAV by any chance?

With or without NAV ... Same problem (I've installed again and again XP , with and without NAV)
First , I thought it was a problem with nvcpl.dll (nvidia drivers) wich blocking Explorer , but no.
Bsplayer didn't work perfectly for me since start of August (perhaps after an automatic windows update) ... No problems before (with NAV)

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