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sagaman 18th August 2004 09:59 PM

Crashes When Playing Various Movies...
 
BSplayer v1.00.810, Unhandled exception at EIP: 00000000
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 00000000. Read of address 00000000
EAccessViolation
, 0x0054149F, 0x0054169D, 0x0045554B, 0x0044C896, 0x77D43A50, 0x77D43B1F, 0x77D43D79, 0x77D44374, 0x00542FBD, 0x77E814C7



i get this message most of the time... it never used to happen like this with BSplayer. Bsplayer used to be the best for me until 1.0 final... what's wrong with it!? somebody please help me!

sagaman 21st August 2004 07:48 AM

someone pls help.

majk_tajsam 23rd August 2004 09:02 PM

Do you have these problems?

vittorio301 3rd September 2004 03:52 AM

"Warning: DirectShow crashed while attempting to render this file.

This is usually due to damaged, misconfigured, conflicting, or poorly written codec drivers. It is possible, perhaps even likely, that other media players will crash when they attempt to play this file as well, as most of them will also use DirectShow. GSpot was able to intercept the crash, and has attempted to identify the codec or filter involved; uninstalling or reinstalling this codec or filter may solve the problem.

The codec was tentatively identified as:

C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll"<------ this is what i got when i tried to render a video thru GSpot, Windoze Media Player, DivX, BSplayer all crash when i play certain avi/ogm files...however Nero Media Player worx fine but cant load subtitles :evil: ..some i load subtitles other i dont...but the same thing happens...the movie crashes.

Any Suggestions!!!

adicoto 3rd September 2004 05:03 PM

Kernel32.dll is the core of Windows, not a codec !!!!
The codec probably tryied to acces DIrectShow via Kernel32.dll.

vittorio301 4th September 2004 09:25 AM

Im shedding more light on the matter. The movie is an Xvid format and the following msg appears when i play the file in BSplayer.

BSplayer v1.00.810, Unhandled exception at EIP: 77E6D756
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
External exception E06D7363
EExternalException
, 0x0054149F, 0x0054169D, 0x0045554B, 0x0044C896, 0x77D67B17, 0x77D6CDCE, 0x77D44435, 0x77D44D38, 0x00542FBD, 0x77E7EB69

Bytes at EIP: 5E C9 C2 10 00 55 8B EC 51 51 56 8B 75 08 56 8D 45 F8

any ideas!!???

BSPeter 4th September 2004 09:59 AM

Do you know which version of DirectX you have? (Have a look at this post (click here)).
Did you meanwhile perhaps try once more to check with e.g. GSpot or another tool (see second item of my Help-to-Help post a link to which is at the bottom of all my messages) if you have the proper codec?
Maybe also check out this post (click here).
:wink:

adicoto 4th September 2004 06:52 PM

Maybe upgrading to XviD 1.01 or 1.02 (soon to be released) will be a good ideea.


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