[confirm] few time per Day a Bluescreen (1 Viewer)

dirki1972

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July 23, 2007
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Hello,

starting i use MP 1.2.0.0 i get few time per day a bluescreen.
(in this message i can read something about "ks.sys")
nevermind in time i watch a video or TV.

i used before MP 1.1.1.0 and i never had this problem before.

please see attached logs


regards
Dirk
 

ced007

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Hello dirki1972,
What is the code of your blue screen error? (0x000000...)
It can help identify the problem. It's not necessary related to MP.
 

davidf

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    dirk - could you disable Infoservice and try again. And (optionally) rename your TVSeries DB temporarily and see if that helps.
     

    infinite.loop

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    Also go:
    1. TV Server Configuration
    2. go to your tv-card properties
    3. disable the preloading
    4. and make sure you use the "stop" option rather then "pause"
    A user reported that this fixes the BSOD's.
    Currently my bet is on a bug in the drivers of your TV-Card. But we need to figure this out first.
     

    tourettes

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    99.99% it is either failing HW or sime driver and 0.01% is reserved for MS kernel side bug :) - Basicly MP itself cannot cause a BSOD but it needs some help in form of buggy drivers or broken HW.
     

    davidf

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    Infoservice can also set off a BSOD as well, and the last two things to happen were Infoservice and a tune. The tuning was sucessful about 1 minute before the crash when EPG grabbing started and it takes about 1:11 minutes - so it's a close call.
     

    tourettes

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    Infoservice can also set off a BSOD as well, and the last two things to happen were Infoservice and a tune.
    I just wonder what in infoservice could cause the BSOD. Does it have own kernel side code? :) The plugin should have pretty normal HD & network access and nothing else.

    One possibility could be leaked memory in MP side (fade label might contain such...) and badly behaving driver in low memory cases - again a but in driver.
     

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