Author Topic: Crash on starting  (Read 6748 times)

Andrey

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Crash on starting
« on: 15 Mar '05 - 15:35 »
I have Athlon XP 200+, WinXP+SP1. I have downloaded XMPlay, unzipped it (before I have ealier version). When I started XMPlay.exe I get the error
"The instruction at '0x0464503e' referenced memory at '0x0464503e'. The memory could not be read."
What shall I do?

Roj

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Re: Crash on starting
« Reply #1 on: 15 Mar '05 - 19:38 »
I have Athlon XP 200+, WinXP+SP1. I have downloaded XMPlay, unzipped it (before I have ealier version). When I started XMPlay.exe I get the error
"The instruction at '0x0464503e' referenced memory at '0x0464503e'. The memory could not be read."
What shall I do?


I'd reload the old version, use the Registry Clear feature and then load the new version.

Andrey

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Re: Crash on starting
« Reply #2 on: 16 Mar '05 - 07:39 »
How to do it?
The last version which is starting normally is 1.4
(all version above give the same result).
I have cleared the registry manually but nothing has changed...

Tsorovan

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Re: Crash on starting
« Reply #3 on: 16 Mar '05 - 08:24 »
Do you by any chance use a custom, "performance enhanced" BIOS?

Andrey

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Re: Crash on starting
« Reply #4 on: 16 Mar '05 - 08:50 »
No.
I suppose the problem is in some system DLL, but I don't know which...
Although all other pleers work correcly.

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: Crash on starting
« Reply #5 on: 16 Mar '05 - 14:57 »
Try running Regedit, and deleting these branches...

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Un4seen Developments\XMPlay2
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Un4seen Developments\XMPlay2

The "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" one probably won't exist, but just in case.

Garry

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Re: Crash on starting
« Reply #6 on: 16 Mar '05 - 16:39 »
I have similar problem playing different files. Version 3.2.
Not on start but on change of music file the same "Application error" appears. XMPlay goes on to play. Getting back to "caused file" does not crash the player. I.e. the problem is not in files (other players live with them).

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: Crash on starting
« Reply #7 on: 16 Mar '05 - 21:07 »
I have similar problem playing different files. Version 3.2.
Not on start but on change of music file the same "Application error" appears. XMPlay goes on to play.

Do you have any further details, eg. a drwtsn32.log entry? Also, just to clarify... are you saying XMPlay continues running when the error occurs?

Andrey

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Re: Crash on starting
« Reply #8 on: 17 Mar '05 - 07:15 »
Thanks! I have again cleared all keys with 'XMPlay' value from registry and it have started at last :-)