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Old 01-20-2008
Ender
 

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Vista crash starting DVD
Hi,
For some reason, Vista crashes as soon as a DVD (hardware or virtual)
starts to play (BCCode e3). LiveTV and AVI play without any problem.
I deinstalled some programmes, one of which was Nero 6 Express.
This Nero was incompatible, but wanted to try it anyway. Although
i cannot pinpoint the cause of the crashes, but i suspect my Nero
experiment.

Anybody any 'serious' clue of how to fix this?
I'll sure appriciated it.


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Old 01-20-2008
PapaJohn
 

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Re: Vista crash starting DVD
try opening the Tools > Options > Compatibility list in Movie Maker and
unchecking the Nero related line items.... or all of them for a while just
for your experiment.
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"Ender" <Ender@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:E716A797-05DE-4690-8A91-27174C918DB6@microsoft.com...
> Hi,
> For some reason, Vista crashes as soon as a DVD (hardware or virtual)
> starts to play (BCCode e3). LiveTV and AVI play without any problem.
> I deinstalled some programmes, one of which was Nero 6 Express.
> This Nero was incompatible, but wanted to try it anyway. Although
> i cannot pinpoint the cause of the crashes, but i suspect my Nero
> experiment.
>
> Anybody any 'serious' clue of how to fix this?
> I'll sure appriciated it.
>
>



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Old 01-20-2008
Bill Condie
 

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Re: Vista crash starting DVD
No idea, but there may be some clues in the Event log.

What files are on the DVDs, regular commercial movies?

"Ender" <Ender@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:E716A797-05DE-4690-8A91-27174C918DB6@microsoft.com...
> Hi,
> For some reason, Vista crashes as soon as a DVD (hardware or virtual)
> starts to play (BCCode e3). LiveTV and AVI play without any problem.
> I deinstalled some programmes, one of which was Nero 6 Express.
> This Nero was incompatible, but wanted to try it anyway. Although
> i cannot pinpoint the cause of the crashes, but i suspect my Nero
> experiment.
>
> Anybody any 'serious' clue of how to fix this?
> I'll sure appriciated it.
>
>


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Old 01-20-2008
Ender
 

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RE: Vista crash starting DVD
MovieMaker has no Nero entries. tnx.
The logbooks do not show a thing.

As soon as a 'regular' DVD (VOB, BUP, IFO) starts playing by Windows
Media player or Vista Media Center, Vista crashes:

BlueScreen; OSversion 6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3; BCCode=e3;
BCP1=D876BDD0;BDP2=B8D54880;
BCP3=C59F1378; BCP4=0000003;
OSVersion=6_0_6000; ServicePack=0_0; <-- ??? it's SP1, duh..
Product: 786_1

Is there somebody who can tell me how to read a c:\windows\minidump ?



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Old 01-21-2008
Andrei Zakharov
 

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Re: Vista crash starting DVD
To read minidump you need WinDbg
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/DevToo...g/default.mspx. Then, File >
Open Crash Dump...
In Command widow type '!analyze -v'. In order to get correct stack trace you
need to configure an access to proper symbol files, see help for details.

--
Andrei.

"Ender" <Ender@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:3E3DA53B-3DB4-4EDB-92C3-51FD80D02126@microsoft.com...
> MovieMaker has no Nero entries. tnx.
> The logbooks do not show a thing.
>
> As soon as a 'regular' DVD (VOB, BUP, IFO) starts playing by Windows
> Media player or Vista Media Center, Vista crashes:
>
> BlueScreen; OSversion 6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3; BCCode=e3;
> BCP1=D876BDD0;BDP2=B8D54880;
> BCP3=C59F1378; BCP4=0000003;
> OSVersion=6_0_6000; ServicePack=0_0; <-- ??? it's SP1, duh..
> Product: 786_1
>
> Is there somebody who can tell me how to read a c:\windows\minidump ?
>
>
>



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