BSOD when exiting MP (1 Viewer)

eloo

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January 20, 2005
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Video Card: Geforce 6100
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Sound Card: Soundmax ADI
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1. TV Card: Hauppauge 150 MCE, pvr_2.0.48.24258_vista_whql
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1. TV Card Driver: Latest
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3. TV Card:
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4. TV Card:
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MPEG2 Video Codec: NVIDIA Video Decoder
MPEG2 Audio Codec: NVIDIA Audio Decoder
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Remote: MCE remote + keyboard
TV: Samsung 26" LCD
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Bug primarily occurs after a succelful suspend or hibernation.
On exiting MP (restart, shutdown, exit, suspend or hibernate) a BSOD occurs. I have observed that the crash is certain if the TV can't initialize the TV card (black TV frame in My TV), but can also occur without TV card initializing problems.
I have several minidumps to document this crash all containing the save info refering to stream.sys: http://pastebin.team-mediaportal.com/11846 .
I have tried multiple versions of the Hauppauge MCE150 driver, but same error.

What have I tried?
Multiple reinstalls, MP versions, diffrent RAM, audio drivers, BIOS settings, PCI slots, video card drivers, tv-tuner drivers -> So could it be MP?

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So, is this a driver problem or MP crashing my system - let the mystery unfold.
 

eggz2004

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October 13, 2006
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Portugal Portugal
MediaPortal Version: 0.2.2.0
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Windows Version: WinXP sp2
CPU Type: AMD Athlon64 +3000
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Memory: 520 MB
Motherboard: Asus M2NPV-VM
Motherboard Chipset: Nvidia nforce 430
Motherboard Bios:
Video Card: Nvidia Gforce 6150
Video Card Driver:
Sound Card: Onboard
Sound Card AC3:
Sound Card Driver:
1. TV Card: Hauppauge PVR 150 MCE
1. TV Card Type: Analog
1. TV Card Driver: latest
2. TV Card:
2. TV Card Type:
2. TV Card Driver:
3. TV Card:
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MPEG2 Video Codec: MPV
MPEG2 Audio Codec: MPA
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Remote: MCE
TV: CRT LG 32"
TV - HTPC Connection: Vga input on TV


Hi eloo

Same problem here...glad i'm not th eonly one...
What i tried:
I am using a little program that is killing MP after my suspend PC command and after resuming from suspend it calls MP again...this helps a bit but still some BSOD occurs...
Any help?? :(
 

diehard2

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    Can you post your logs directly after this happens? Also, if you can find a way to reproducibly cause this, it would greatly help.
     

    eloo

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    January 20, 2005
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    Dear eggz2004, you dont know how happy you just made me, I was starting to fear I was all alone with this problem. What Hauppauge driver version are you using?

    On the hardware side of things, I think we both have Nvidia 410/430 Geforce 6100/6150? any other users with Hauppauge 150 that can confirm this?

    As you noticed, killing MP helps a bit, I use PVR scheduler, but still BSODs.
     

    eloo

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    January 20, 2005
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    Can you post your logs directly after this happens? Also, if you can find a way to reproducibly cause this, it would greatly help.
    Hi diehard, I will post logs next time this happens (have you seen my debug report?).


    Concerning reproduction of the bug: It is certain to BSOD when I try to exit MP, after TV is blank (black screen, can't initialize?). But BSOD can also occur even though TV is functional, but crash is not certain then.
     

    eggz2004

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    October 13, 2006
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    Hello, Eloo...
    Well it looks like you have a new member in your bug club!! :)

    I updated my drivers recently from "pvr150_500_basedriver_2043_24103" to "WinTV-PVR-150500MCE_2.0.48.24227 (WHQL)" (huge TV quality difference by the way ;)
    As i said, and i can confirm that the issues that you explain very well on your post is exactly what happens to me, with or without TV black screen (can't initialize?)

    Could you explain me how to get the error log after the crash, so that i can also post it here...?

    Thanks
     

    diehard2

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    Hi eloo, the bad news is that there is nothing obvious in the logs. It is quite difficult these days for software to cause a BSOD. The only thing in MP that I can think of that might cause this, would be the VMR9 exlcusive mode. You can shut this off under "filter control" in the config. Please let me know if that changes anything.
     

    eggz2004

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    October 13, 2006
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    Hi eloo, the bad news is that there is nothing obvious in the logs. It is quite difficult these days for software to cause a BSOD. The only thing in MP that I can think of that might cause this, would be the VMR9 exlcusive mode. You can shut this off under "filter control" in the config. Please let me know if that changes anything.
    Well i will try this tonight... thanks diehard!
     

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