Author Topic: XMPlay SID plugin  (Read 362351 times)

Diz_57

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #600 on: 12 Apr '18 - 07:53 »
Even with non-upx'ed dll I can confirm instant crash on every sid loaded on Win XP SP3  :'(

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #601 on: 12 Apr '18 - 09:53 »
You may wan't to try if the previous release works for you then, no guarantees though. It's already un-UPXed.

Diz_57

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #602 on: 12 Apr '18 - 19:05 »
Umm... yeah... thanks... rev 36 is what i was using before 37. 36 works fine but I was just confirming the issue with 37. ;)

wilk

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #603 on: 16 May '18 - 12:45 »
r37.1 crashes for me as well (XP SP3 32b), r36 works fine.

This error suggests that invalid opcode is executed (haven't disassebled however), which suggests that the latest version was compiled with SSE2 enabled (ancient hw here :>). Or at least some parts of it like player routines/libs, because xmplay starts fine and about + config dialogs for this plugin can be displayed, as well as xmplay does retrieve song information through this plugin [track info] and error pop-ups on play.
« Last Edit: 16 May '18 - 21:39 by wilk »

Luca/FIRE

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #604 on: 31 Dec '18 - 14:13 »
r37.1 crashes on XP SP3 here too...   :(

Dhry

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #605 on: 2 Jan '19 - 06:59 »
Hi Fraggie. Please incorporate support for the new songlengths.md5 format which is being introduced as of the newly-released HVSC #70. They are using it to include milliseconds metadata.

Cheers
Dhry

Malade

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #606 on: 21 Apr '19 - 23:30 »
constantly crashing , tried reinstalling xmplay and still crashing , looking forward to a fix , i never backed up the old version and i cannot find a older version anywhere.

Code: 0xc0000005    Address: 0x0000000010023ffc this is where it crashes.
« Last Edit: 21 Apr '19 - 23:37 by Malade »

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #607 on: 22 Apr '19 - 06:23 »
Or you can leave it be.
« Last Edit: 24 Apr '19 - 19:34 by deus-ex »

Alex Vojacek

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #608 on: 9 May '19 - 09:17 »
Just want to report that I've just installed it with a clean copy of XMPlay and was able to play everything on my collection just fine. 0 crashes for more than 3 hours of listening.

My equipment is top notch. I'm using a Core i9 7900X, 64GB of RAM and Windows 10 18362 (May 2019 update), I'm also using pure digital HDMI output though my HIFI equipment at 24bit 96khz.

Maybe there is a problem with older version of Windows but on the latest one it works rock solid !

Sajadi

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #609 on: 30 Jun '19 - 16:29 »
Hopefully the plugin is not abandoned :)

ChrisTG74

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #610 on: 11 Jul '19 - 19:31 »
Were can I find older versions of this plugin? The r37 also crashes instantly here.  :(
TIA!