BSOD when exiting MP (2 Viewers)

ammm

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January 3, 2005
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MediaPortal Version: 0.2.2.0 + svn 31/1/2007
MediaPortal Skin: blu two
Windows Version: XP Pro SP2
CPU Type: Intel P IV 3.0GHz
HDD: Maxtor SATA 160gb + 300gb
Memory: DIMM 512MB DDR 400Mhz CL3 PC3200
Motherboard: ASRock P4VT8+
Motherboard Chipset: VIA PT800+ 8237
Motherboard Bios: 2Mb AMI BIOS with ACPI, SM BIOS 2.3.1, PnP
Video Card: Sapphire ATI Radeon 9200SE 128MB DDR 64bit AGP 8X TV OUT
Video Card Driver: Catalyst 6.5
Sound Card: realtek
Sound Card AC3:
Sound Card Driver:
1. TV Card: Technisat SkyStar2 (SS2) 2.6c
1. TV Card Type: DVB-S
1. TV Card Driver: 4.4.1 beta
2. TV Card: ASUS MyCinema 7131Dual
2. TV Card Type: DVB-T
2. TV Card Driver: latest
3. TV Card:
3. TV Card Type:
3. TV Card Driver:
4. TV Card:
4. TV Card Type:
4. TV Card Driver:
MPEG2 Video Codec: MPV
MPEG2 Audio Codec: MPA
Satelite/CableTV Provider: HB 13°E + Astra 19.2°E
HTPC Case:
Cooling:
Power Supply: hyper 4m580
Remote: asus silver
TV: Mivar CRT
TV - HTPC Connection: Composite


hey i'm having the same problem here with ss2!!
byeee
 

eloo

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January 20, 2005
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Damn, two BSODs today, and I just started using the NVIDIA DualTV (installed it this weekend), so this rules out the TV card.

Any running RAIDservice?

Are you guys making any progress in locating this bug? Windows or MP?
 

diehard2

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    Hi eloo,

    I don't think anyone is actively looking into it. Its not affecting any developers, and your logs don't show a problem with MP. So, this makes it next to impossible to track down. If there were hundreds (or even a couple dozen) of users with this problem, we could probably track it down, but its only affecting a very few.This strongly suggests that its a problem with your computer (drivers/bios - motherboard, vidcard, etc). Try switching decoders to mpv/mpa and see if that helps your problem. Sorry I can' t be more helpful
     

    eloo

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    January 20, 2005
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    Diehard, thanks a lot for your effort. I have full understanding, and I am grateful you took the time to look at this thread.


    If its ok, I would like to keep the thread open to rally users with the same blue screen.

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    Btw, what does your blue screen say?
     

    unicr0n

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    January 18, 2007
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    MediaPortal Version : 0.2.2.0 + latest SVN
    MediaPortal Skin : Bluetwo wide
    Windows Version: XP SP2
    CPU Type: XP3800+
    HDD: Seagate 80GB + 250GB SATA
    Memory: Corsair TWIN2X 5400 DDR2, 1024MB
    Motherboard: Asus M2N-E SLI, nForce 500 SLI
    Motherboard Chipset: nForce
    Motherboard Bios: Latest
    Video Card: Asus EN7600GT Passive
    Video Card Driver: Latest
    1. TV Card: Hauppauge PVR-500MCE
    1. TV Card Type:
    1. TV Card Driver: pvr_2.0.48.24258_vista_whql
    Satelite/CableTV Provider:
    HTPC Case: Silverstone SST-LC20 HTPC
    Cooling: Stock CPU fan + 2x Case fan
    Power Supply: Fortron/Source Strømforsyning ATX 350W
    Remote: MCE
    TV: Samsung 32" LCD
    TV - HTPC Connection: VGA

    I have the exact same problem :(

    I will update with BSOD message the next time it happens.
     

    eloo

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    January 20, 2005
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    Nice to know, I am still not alone. Its really terrible.

    I have now tried different TV cards, different ACPI drivers, nForce driver. Still no luck.

    I get 0x0000008E.


    Debugged its a stream.sys caused bsod.
     

    diehard2

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    Try progressively turning down the hardware acceleration for your video card in the advanced display properties.
     

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