Closing MP with Exclusive DirectX while video running causes unresponsivines

Kimpsu

Portal Member
January 7, 2007
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MediaPortal Version: 0.2.2.0 release
MediaPortal Skin: BlueTwo Wide
Windows Version: Windows XP Home Edition SP2 Finnish Locale
CPU Type: Intel Core 2 Duo e6300
HDD: 80GB (operating system), 250GB (recordings and other media)
Memory: 2 * 512MB DDR2
Motherboard: Asus P5V-VM DH
Motherboard Chipset: VIA P4M890
Motherboard Bios: 0901
Video Card: GeForce 6200 TC 256
Video Card Driver: NVidia ForceWare 93.71
Sound Card: ADI AD1986A (integrated)
Sound Card AC3: Asus S/PDIF module for integrated audio
Sound Card Driver: The one that comes bundled with the motherboard
1. TV Card: TwinhanDTV Cab-CI ( 2033 Mantis )
1. TV Card Type: DVB-C
1. TV Card Driver: 1.0.3.0
2. TV Card: TwinhanDTV Cab-CI ( 2033 Mantis )
2. TV Card Type: DVB-C
2. TV Card Driver: 1.0.3.0
MPEG2 Video Codec: Cyberlink
MPEG2 Audio Codec: Cyberlink
Satelite/CableTV Provider: VLP Finland
HTPC Case: Antec NSK2400-EC
Cooling: Nexus case fans. Nexus PHT-7750 cpu cooler
Power Supply: Antec 380W
Remote: Microsoft MCE
TV: 37" LCD
TV - HTPC Connection: VGA

I decided to make a completely new thread now that I have narrowed down my problem a bit, and only post one problem in one thread, to make it clearer for others to see.

When I try to minimize MP to tray while a video is running (any video, be it tv or dvd), it stays open, but becomes unresponsive. I am able to restore it with a bit of luck and clicking on the systray icons to try and restore it to full screen.

This happens only with Exclusive DirectX enabled.

Tried it with the 0.2.2.0 build and about a week ago downloaded svn build.

Is this a general problem or just on my system?

PS. I will be installing my HTPC again on Windows XP Professional SP English version, will post if the problem disappears or remains.
 

Kimpsu

Portal Member
January 7, 2007
19
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Somehow I am glad to find out it is not my setup that is screwed up (since you can reproduce it), but on the other hand I would have liked it to be a simple setting that could be fixed :)
 
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