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    Full screen visualization Setup Error (CF 1.12)

    Hi,
    When playing MP3's and putting one of the two included vis on full screen I get the

    "Failed to load resources from resource file
    Please check your Setup"

    error. This happens after a minute or two of being in full screen for the vis.
    Not sure what is causing this.

    I usually need to reboot to get it working again after that.

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    Does it happen with both Visuals or just one of them?

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    It happens with both visualizations.
    takes about one or two minutes before the message appears and CF crashes once it is fullscreen.

    When playing normally and displaying the vis(either of em) in the small square on the right I have no problems (I ran it for a couple of hours yesterday with no problem).

    Another similar problem I had (maybe related?) is that when I added new visualizations from ultraplayer(was it the name) CF would crash and cause my system to reboot, whether the visualizations were running or not.

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    not all visuals will work, but many will in the link I provided...

    http://support.xmplay.com/file.php?cat_id=6

    Again you will still have problems with some, but you can usually find many that will work...

    I have the visuals running on 2 test machines and they have been running since last Friday non-stop...

    Have you switched memory on your system recently or any other hardware?

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    I haven't switched any of the major hardware in a while.

    Is this error usually a memory issue?
    Not sure what the cause could be for this. When I run winamp vis in fullscreen I have no problems (I ran them for 3-4 hours).

    I'm running a P4 ITX board with 512 DDR, I never had problems with it before though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninja0n3 View Post
    I haven't switched any of the major hardware in a while.

    Is this error usually a memory issue?
    Not sure what the cause could be for this. When I run winamp vis in fullscreen I have no problems (I ran them for 3-4 hours).

    I'm running a P4 ITX board with 512 DDR, I never had problems with it before though...
    that error can be caused by a bad loop in code, memory issues, and a number of other things... It is a generic .NET error message that really has no meaning...

    I had reports of this error message when resuming from hibernation with XM, and when watching other visuals, but the two I included should not have any memory issues...

    Does your memory in task manager get really high right before the application crashes?

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    Mem usage seems to be normal around 125M, with CPU usage running at 20% when playing music.

    When I got to fulsscreen with vis Mem stays about the same but the CPU usage goes to 96-100% and after a while it crashes.
    However it seems that when the task manager is on, it keeps it from getting this error. But as shorty after I close the TM it crashes with that error message...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninja0n3 View Post
    Mem usage seems to be normal around 125M, with CPU usage running at 20% when playing music.

    When I got to fulsscreen with vis Mem stays about the same but the CPU usage goes to 96-100% and after a while it crashes.
    However it seems that when the task manager is on, it keeps it from getting this error. But as shorty after I close the TM it crashes with that error message...
    that is even stranger...

    The TM should not affect whether it crashes or not... Also on my test machines which are drastically slower than you setup I only get 30% CPU usage in full screen visuals... Even on a M1000 VIA setup...

    What resolution are you running?

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    The system runs on 1024*768 on a P4 1.6GHz
    I have no idea what is causing this, and I also thought it very strange for the TM to have an effect on whether it crashed or not...
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    CF using 195meg? There's a leak somewhere...

    I saw you say that the mem usage is flat, but that number is WAY high. What's the number when you first fire up CF, and then how fast does that number climb up to the point that CF crashes?
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