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Windows 7: BSOD while trying to encode

25 Jan 2009   #11
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Hi jeffro, have you used any cracks or patches to remove the watermark or send feedback?


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25 Jan 2009   #12
jeffro

Windows 7 Build 6936 64bit
 
 

Nope I didn't I used Blue badge on my old builds but I clean installed build 7000 and haven't used any crack to do those.
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25 Jan 2009   #13
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

What sort of encoding are you doing, is it something like converting AVI to DVD?
Have you tried ConvertXtoDVD, I ask because I have it and I can confirm if it's happening to me.
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25 Jan 2009   #14
jeffro

Windows 7 Build 6936 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr GRiM View Post
What sort of encoding are you doing, is it something like converting AVI to DVD?
Have you tried ConvertXtoDVD, I ask because I have it and I can confirm if it's happening to me.
Recorded a video of ingame footage in fraps after that use it in sony vegas and render it. I also tried Windows Movie Maker and Adobe After Effects, all result in bsod even though its at different times.
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25 Jan 2009   #15
dmex

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jeffro View Post
I had it again a few times. It's really annoying, I searched it up and I read something about nvidia or my sound not being right. So what is it?
Heres the BSOD Infomation, your getting the very first check condition listed... Bug Check 0x124: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR

What application are you using to encode, Ill go check it out and see why its causing the fail-safe WHEA exception (BSOD)...It shouldn't be causing a BSOD because codecs are executed in user-mode so its something the application does differently from the others and something it shouldn't be doing at all, ever.

I have the feeling its caused by the application your using to encode, Its either using a system driver or system component in illegal methods, It should be reported and fixed asap because its bad application programming by the developer
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25 Jan 2009   #16
jeffro

Windows 7 Build 6936 64bit
 
 

It can also be because my cpu is slightly overclocked. Never had problems before in XP but as I said it happens totally random.
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