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  • RR 03-06-06 AVS problem

    With the new version of RR, if I launch the AVS, RR crash.
    But in the previous version,same settings,all ok....

    In my home PC work all ok,only in carPC this problem...

    Thanks


    Mauri

  • #2
    Deja vu???

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    • #3
      does it crash immediately after you start the AVS ? cause I have not changed anything with that.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by guino
        does it crash immediately after you start the AVS ? cause I have not changed anything with that.
        Yes,immediately .

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        • #5
          one thing i noticed (not specific to this release though) is the fact that when i have a vis open (normally i just use the AVS studio windowed) my CPU utilization bumbs up to 100% solid.

          Is this normal? I am running a p4 2.8 ITX board
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          • #6
            I'm not even able to get the vis to run windowed. Full screen only.


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            • #7
              maybe you dont have enought horsepower
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              • #8
                doubt that's it. it was working in an earlier version.

                it's just a pain if i accidentally hit the button. i have to pull over, open the trunk and hit the escape key. i finally just commented the button out of the ini file. it would be cool to have though.


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                • #9
                  im running rr on a 1ghz system with 512mb, and i can run a vis without it crashing so i doubt its lack of power... however when i do run avs cpu hits 100% steady as well.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tasteItheIvalue
                    im running rr on a 1ghz system with 512mb, and i can run a vis without it crashing so i doubt its lack of power... however when i do run avs cpu hits 100% steady as well.
                    They agree, in my Epia M10000 and 512MB, CPU with AVS work to 100%...

                    The crash of the System with AVS in this new version of RR perhaps depend on a bug?

                    Mauri

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                    • #11
                      I have tested this in multiple machines (3-6-06) with the AVS on the latest winamp and with 2.95 and had no issues.. honestly there's nothing that changed from previous versions in what it regards to starting the visualization plugin.. the only thing done was to add support for the "FULLAVS" command which is not used unless you execute that command.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by guino
                        I have tested this in multiple machines (3-6-06) with the AVS on the latest winamp and with 2.95 and had no issues.. honestly there's nothing that changed from previous versions in what it regards to starting the visualization plugin.. the only thing done was to add support for the "FULLAVS" command which is not used unless you execute that command.
                        Indeed also I have tested in other 3 PC home the new version, and all ok.

                        But if used the same version, and identical skin /configuration in my car, crash the System.
                        I don't use the "FULLAVS" command.

                        If I load the preceding version of RR, identical settings/skin, in my car and home PC, then all ok.

                        Mystery!

                        Mauri

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                        • #13
                          what winamp/avs plugin version are you using in the car ? Have you tried a different version ?
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by guino
                            what winamp/avs plugin version are you using in the car ? Have you tried a different version ?
                            Winamp v. 2.9.2.0
                            The AVS plugin it's "Elvis_Real3d_Sentinel"

                            No. I don't have change version of Winamp in my car , the same version and AVS plugins I use in my home PC and work all ok.

                            Mauri

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                            • #15
                              please try winamp 2.95 (and 5.xx) to see if it also crashes -- you can always re-install 2.92 if it doesn't work right.
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